Friends Fur Change received an anonymous donor to spay and neuter more than 50 animals in the shelter and is seeking volunteers and crates for the surgeries on Friday from 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.
"[The donation] meant the world to us," Friends Fur Change Member Bobbie Wallis said. "When the city told us [they no longer had the funds] for the spay and neuter program, we were devastated. We posted on Facebook that we were sad about this and we received a call [from someone who had followed their work] who offered to spay and neuter all the animals in the shelter..we were clapping and crying…it was a blessing to us and to the shelter animals."
The group also contacted Spay Way, a low-cost clinic from Oklahoma City, who agreed to spay and neuter the animals at $40 per dog and $30 per cat in the club house of the Cottonwood Creek golf course.
Wallis said the group needs about 10 more volunteers and a few crates for Friday.
She said they're hoping to get Spay Way to come back to Chickasha as they get more animals in the shelter.