The Wenatchee Valley Humane Society will hold a low-income spay/neuter clinic for cats on October 21, 2017 at the Wenatchee Community Center.
People planning to bring in cats must pre-register. The clinic will begin at 7:30 a.m.
The clinic is available to those with lower incomes and who are typically unable to afford the surgeries with a regular veterinarian. There is an approval process and a $25, per-cat fee. For the first time Rabies and Distemper vaccines will be included for all cats. There is no fee for feral/community cats (they will be given a rabies vaccine and will be ear-tipped).
The WVHS clinics have so far spayed or neutered nearly 700 cats, both feral/community and domestic. Humane Society officials say spaying and neutering cats is the best way to help keep cat populations from exploding, reduce neighborhood cat fighting, keeps your cats healthier and closer to home..
Contact the front office at 509-662-9577, option 2 to begin the application process.