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Launching Toronto's first free spay/neuter clinic for stray cats, Councillor Glenn De Baeremaeker prepares to cut the ribbon at the Scarborough Animal Centre, with help from councillor Howard Moscoe (far left), councillor Shelley Carroll, animal services head Jim Hart and councillor Karen Stinz.
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First ever free spay/neuter clinic opens in Scarborough

The City of Toronto has opened the first ever, free spay/neuter clinic in the hope of controlling and eventually eliminating the 20,000 feral cats in the city. The project was spearheaded by Councillor Glenn De Baeremaeker, who raised $600,000 for improvements to the Animal Centre including the new spay/neuter clinic. The official ribbon cutting took place in August as members of the media and visitors were invited to a tour the state of the art clinic.

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