‘Fix West Texas’ is growing, hoping to help more community animals

Karen Patterson saw a problem in our community, so she helped start a non-profit to be part of the solution

“We started Fix West Texas as a mobile spay and neuter clinic and now we have our own clinic,” said Patterson

Fix West Texas provides low cost spay and neuters as well as vaccinations for animals in the community, and just this year the non-profit has spayed or neutered almost 7,000 cats and dogs which creates a ripple effect.

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