RICHLAND, Wash.-- Spay-ghetti feed raises $3,000 for animals. A Spay-ghetti feed for dogs raised more than $3,000 Sunday night. The Pet Over-Population Prevention group held the event at Sage Port Grill in Richland.
It was to raise money to spay and neuter animals whose owners cannot afford to pay for the surgery. Dozens of people were there enjoying a delicious meal and sponsoring a good cause. President Molli Van Dorn says "I just count how many pets we can spay and neuter with $3,000. That's a lot of pets we can help."
This is the first year the group has had a Spay-ghetti event. They spay and neuter more than 1,000 pets in Tri-Cities. Last year they also helped more than 400 animals find new homes.