Humane society kicks off new program

YAKIMA, Wash.-- The Central Washington Humane Society has kicked off a new monthly event: spay and neuter clinics. Once a month, every month in 2013, the Humane Society will hold a spay and neuter clinic open to the public. This is in response to strays in the community.

Last year in 2012, they took in more than 7,000 pets. The clinics hope to provide a service that bring those numbers down. If you see a stray and can't bring it in, you can call Animal Control or the Sheriff's Department.