The OBX Coastal Humane Society has officially released their annual report to the Outer Banks community for the year of 2022.
In the last year, the organization helped over 360 Outer Banks families facing financial difficulties care for their pets. This includes spaying, neutering, and medically treating a total of 214 dogs and cats. Through a total of seven low-cost vaccination clinics held within the year, 349 dogs and cats were able to be vaccinated.
In partnership with the Outer Banks Community Foundation, the Society’s new “Help a Dog’s Heart” program provided free heartworm testing at our Vaccination Clinics this fall in which 100 were able to be tested.
The Currituck labs also benefitted from last year’s revenue in which $3,700 were raised for their care after a daunting rescue by Currituck Animal Services and Control last winter.
Furthermore, Operation Homeless Cats proved to be an immense success with over 1,000 outdoor felines receiving proper vaccinations.