MIDLAND, Texas — Fix West Texas received a little love, so now they're working to pay it forward.
The Chewy Humane Society of the United States made a huge donation of dog and cat food to the nonprofit.
In addition to that, Fi Nano donated 150 microchips and the Mile High Canine Rescue in Colorado donated for 150 spay and neutering services.
All of this is going towards the Pets in Need program.
As part of this program, Fix West Texas will be offering these services, as well as free parvo and distemper vaccines at a special clinic.
"Some people hit hard times and might can't afford the yearly vaccinations or they can't afford to get their animal spayed or neutered or they're in between jobs and can't afford food. We're here to meet those needs for them," Karen Patterson, President of Fix West Texas said.
If you are interested in receiving any of these free services, all you have to do is show up at 5025 Princeton in Midland or at the West Odessa Walmart parking lot from 4 to 7 p.m. on April 17.