Current Projects

FabulousFreedomWeb1000 7/18/2015:  Fabulous McGrady and Friends Foundation (FMFF) has established “The Fabulous Freedom Fund” at Spay Neuter Veterinary Clinic of the Sandhills (aka The Companion Animal Clinic Foundation) in Vass, located in Moore County NC.  FMFF sent a check in the amount of $5000.00 to establish the Fund.  The Fund is earmarked to help residents of neighboring Montgomery County NC. 

The Fund will be used to subsidize the cost of already-substantially discounted exclusively at the Vass Clinic.  The Fabulous Freedom Fund is part of what we are calling “The Montgomery County Collaborative Spay Neuter Project”, which involves several groups and volunteers!  FMFF will cover the full cost of the spay or neuter surgery for those who purchase a $20.00 Spay/Neuter Voucher, which they printed/provided. 


The Collaborative Project is made possible through the joint efforts/participation of several group:

  • Montgomery County Humane Society in Mount Gilead NC will handle voucher sales.  They will also return the $20 for each voucher sold to FMFF so that that money can roll back into the Fabulous Freedom Fund to cover even more spay neuter surgeries.

  • Volunteers from the Montgomery County Spay/Neuter Van Program will assist those in need with transport of animals with (and without) vouchers over to Vass for their surgeries.  (Vass is located about 45 min from most areas of Montgomery County)

  • Officers from Montgomery County Animal Control have been working to identify those whose pets are most in need of spay neuter and informing them about the existence of the vouchers.

Vouchers will be good for 6 months only to encourage everyone to use them while “fixing” their pet is fresh on their minds and before something else takes priority.  We have also asked participants to sign off on whether or not they will allow their pet’s photograph to be shared.  We feel that seeing others going forward with spay/neutering their pets will encourage even more residents to do the same…or at the very least, get them thinking about doing so.

Please follow McGrady’s Facebook page for the latest updates on this project.