Spay-neuter clinic for cats to be offered
Pet Friendly Services of Indiana is partnering with Public Vet to provide financial assistance to individuals wishing to spay/neuter their cats.
A low-cost spay/neuter clinic will take place Saturday, Nov. 6, at the Lanesville Jaycees building.
Public Vet is a mobile veterinary clinic that focuses on at-risk communities in need of affordable spay/neuter surgeries and essential care for animals. Rates are $40 for feral and free-roaming cats and $80 for owned cats.
Harrison County residents can get a $20 SNAP voucher at the animal control facility, located at 3132 Hope Lane NW in Corydon to apply toward the fee. The voucher must be obtained prior to the clinic date and presented at the clinic
Also, a $20 off voucher will be provided to Harrison County residents the day of the event (residents must show proof of residency).
With support from Pet Friendly Services, additional discounts are available for cases with demonstrated financial need.
“The Pet Friendly specialty license plate funds projects like this as well as thousands of other spay/neuter surgeries each year,” said Cheri Storms, Pet Friendly Services executive director. “This prevents the euthanasia of healthy and adoptable animals while addressing the root cause of shelter overpopulation.”
Surgeries are by appointment only, and the number of spots available is limited. Sign up at www.pub.vet; click on “Book Online.”
Pet Friendly Services of Indiana is funded by the Pet Friendly license plate, grants, and donations. To support this project or learn more, visit PetFriendlyServices.org.