INDIANAPOLIS — IndyHumane will open its downtown clinic under a new name on Oct. 28.
In July, IndyHumane received a grant from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust and used it for spay/neuter operational support and to rebrand the downtown clinic, which used to be the IndyHumane Animal Welfare Center.
The clinic doesn’t have animals for adoption, accept animals from owner surrender, or take in strays. Instead, the clinic is providing low-cost spay and neuter, vaccinations, and low-cost pet care and supplies.
IndyHumane’s two locations serve approximately 10,000 animals annually.
If you’re driving around the west side of Indianapolis, keep your eyes peeled for our Downtown Clinic billboards! Thanks to our partners at @matchbook_indy for creating the art for this project. pic.twitter.com/c3KJG2WNA4
— IndyHumane (@IndyHumane) October 15, 2019