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KV-POP continuing to help control the pet population

KV-POP

One Heartland organization is still going strong to help control the pet population in Adair County.

The Kirksville Protect Our Pets group, KV-POP, met early Tuesday evening for their annual meeting.

In the two years KV-POP has been around, they have been able to help families spay or neuter more than 500 animals.

The group told us that they know they are helping to make a positive impact on the community.

"When we have cats and dogs who live their lives outside, when they get fixed, it's a no-brainier that we have indeed made of an impact. They're not getting pregnant anymore and a lot of the behavior that was found to be nuisance behavior is ending," said KV-POP President Bridget Thomas.

Also on the agenda were fundraiser ideas, upcoming events to participate in and membership.

If you want more information on the Kirksville Protect Our Pets group, click here or call (660) 988-6885.


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