SNIP Bus and crew provide spay and neuter services for pets and feral cats. Photo courtesy of SNIP Bus.

Government / Politics

Hollister Council approves $56K for SNIP Bus spay and neuter program

Services will be offered once a month for pets, in addition to four dates for feral cats.

Photo provided by SNIP Bus.

Nonprofits

SNIP uses Community Foundation grant funds to provide spay and neuter services

Clinics held between January to May to reduce animal overpopulation and provide affordable services for pet owners in need.

Photo provided by SNIP Bus.

Nonprofits

SNIP Bus receives additional medical vehicle

Donation will expand low-cost veterinary services.

Photo courtesy of Pixabay.

Police / Fire

2019 Statistics for Hollister Police Animal Care and Services

Last year, 729 animals were adopted or sent to rescue and another 391 animals were reunited with their owners.

Supervisor Jim Gillio, Sandie Weis, Lisa Sears, Melanie Scherer, Susan Hilden, Adrian Sanchez, Barbara Rubio, Hollister Police Chief David Westrick, and Mayor Ignacio Velazquez. Photos by Karie Stephens.

San Benito Lifestyle

Mobile animal clinic snips 1,000th local pet

SNIP Bus returns to Hollister for low-cost spay and neuter options.