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# of surgeries:
13,000

Mission Statement

About WeSniP

The mission of WeSNiP is to eliminate the euthanasia of healthy cats and dogs in Whatcom County through affordable, high-quality spay and neuter services, as well as through outreach and education.

History

  • WeSNiP Incorporated and achieved non-profit501(C)3 status in 2008
  • WeSNiP began high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter service in August, 2008 through partnering with Pasadoʼs Safe Haven (Monroe, Washington) and operating their mobile surgical vehicle from August 2008 through August 2011
  • From August, 2011 through December 2012 WeSNiP operated spay-neuter clinic in Bellingham, WA
  • February 2013 WeSNiP ceased operation of it’s clinic and began focusing on surgery transport and Trap-Neuter-Return support for feral cats
  • WeSNiP performed its 10,000th surgery on June 7th, 2012 and has now facilitated nearly 13,000 surgeries
  • Financial statement available upon request

Board of Directors

  • Jon Budar
  • Christine Haulgren
  • Patricia Maass
  • Cindy Robinson

To contact the Board, please write c/o:

WeSNiP
Board of Directors
PO Box 28928
Bellingham WA 98228

Staff

Business Manager:  

Outreach and Education Supervisor:  Patricia Maass

Feral Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) Team:
Patricia Maass, Supervisor  |  Sasha Lee-Drews  |  Rob Cox

Information & Registration Supervisor:  Christine Haulgren

Volunteer Coordinator:  Rob Cox

For additional information please email: yeswesnip@gmail.com