Unless there are medical circumstances preventing spay/neuter, we spay/neuter all our rescued dogs and cats as soon as possible. (We did have a couple “oops” moments in the past, such as when Tuzi had multiple eye surgeries (successful), but we unwittingly sent him intact to his partner rescue in the US. That was embarrassing, but very rarely happens.) Manager Wu of our Shelter 2 has been in charge of spay/neutering most of our recent rescues, including these four furballs, who were spayed/neutered yesterday at Dr. Zhang’s clinic in Huairou.
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