Lucky Star Spay Neuter Program

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Lucky Star Spay Neuter Program News
A Publication of the Lucky Star Spay Neuter Program
12 Birch Lane Morristown, NJ 07960 Email:
Volume 7 April 2005
Our Mission: To gather, recognize and celebrate the continuing annual commitment of each of our member veterinarians to provide some level of absolutely free spay neuter services to the needy animals of their choice, along with any other free services they choose to provide.

Our Lucky Stars
We currently have 9 veterinarians in private practice and 1 spay neuter clinic participating. Together these professionals have generously pledged 202 absolutely free spay neuter surgeries and other services for needy animals in 2005:

Dr. Ohad Barnea, Cliffside & Tenafly Animal Hospitals

Drs. Erno Hollo, Kelly Vex, Lorraine Marks & Leah Gibbs, Basking Ridge Animal Hospital

Dr. Harvey E. Hummel, Andover Animal Hospital

Dr. Danci Mock, West Caldwell Animal Hospital

Dr. P. Picone, Audubon Veterinary Associates, PA

Dr. Sandra Stalder-Frey, Alpha Veterinary Care

Dr. Iris Furlong, People for Animals, Inc., Hillside

Has it come to this???
On April 11 2005, Wisconsin residents will vote on whether feral cats should be listed as an unprotected species, making it legal to hunt them year round

Great Info on the Web
Responsible Feral Cat Care:
Latest in Non Surgical Contraception:
NJ’s headquarters for feral cat info:

NJN’s “HOmeless Tails” Honors “Vet of the Week”
Look for this 2 minute daily program with pets for adoption.(I see it Thursdays @ 7:50 PM on Channel 50) Since 1993, a “Vet of the Week” is thanked for donating one spay or neuter to an animal adopted from the featured shelter. We will invite each of them to join Lucky Star!

People for animals Offers Note Cards for Donations to Spay Neuter
All art work by your Newsletter Editor! Cards produced by students of the Transitions Program of the Millburn Regional Day School, ages 3 to 21 w/ multiple disabilities. (B&W images attached) View the color images soon and order at

Per CBS Radio, scientists at UCLA Med. School have bioengineered a new compound (GFD) which may end human cat allergies. Three to 5 years away, per UCLA’s Dr. Andrew Saxon.

WHO will Be the Lucky Star SpokesDog?
Honor your favorite canine Lucky Star surgery recipient by nominating him or her for this coveted position! Deadline July 31st.