It’s a Saturday morning and they are serving up pancakes at the Central California SPCA in Fresno.
It’s a fundraiser to help support one of the organizations new programs called “Snip N’ Chip.” It’s a low cost spay and neuter service for low-income pet owners. Central California SPCA Executive Director Linda Van Kirk is happy with the turnout.
“Well, look at the crowd out there. It’s going absolutely fantastic. We are expecting a crowd of 500 to 600 this year versus the 300 we had last year, so we are ecstatic,” says Van Kirk.