The Vanderburgh Humane Society (VHS) will host it's first ever (and creatively titled), Spay-ghetti & No Balls dinner to benefit their low cost spay and neuter clinic on Saturday, January 28th at the Crescent Room on Evansville's east side.

Since opening in 2007, the clinic has fixed over 25,000 animals in it's effort to help control overpopulation in the Evansville area. According to a press release from VHS PR Coordinator, Sydney Long, the goal of the clinic is simple,

Our clinic works hard to make sure that every dog/cat/rabbit here at the VHS is altered prior to going home with a new family. We also extend these services to the public and other animal welfare organizations in our community. There are not enough homes for all of the puppies and kittens brought to our shelter each year and this clinic is the answer to reducing the numbers that are surrendered to us.

Get ticket info as well as other details about the dinner on our events calendar.