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Mark, as the webmaster for I'm (and hopefully the other members of the site who started the website...) going to take this opportunity to rack your brain on some general questions on issues we feel are important to improve the quality of life for unwanted and homeless companion animals.

Hopefully we can agree that spay/neuter is the key to ultimately controlling the overpopulation problem we see now. Less unwanted kittens and puppies born means fewer that the shelters have to find homes for.

I'm sure you have seen many models of Low Cost Spay/Neuter Programs. What models had the greatest success overall? Are you familiar with the New Hampshire program? (We present this as a Model State Program.) What do you think are the best parts and downfalls of that program?