AFV announces changes in light of COVID-19 outbreak

In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, Animal Friends of the Valleys has announced a series of closures and changes to the way it does business in an effort to curb the spread of the virus. “While taking precautions in dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak, AFV is continuing to provide lifesaving care to cats, dogs and other animals in need,” Monica Wylie, executive director of AFV, said. “We are the first responders for these animals in need in our region.” According to the emailed statement, effective Friday, March 20, to comply with the state of California’s Stay at Home order, AFV is suspending operations at its low-cost spay neuter and pet vaccination clinic. Any appointments currently scheduled will be rescheduled for a later time. AFV is also asking for all licensing to
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