By 1808Delaware

Attention all cat owners! The Delaware County Humane Society has announced an upcoming event that promises to be the cat’s meow for pet healthcare. Slated for Tuesday, April 9, the society will host a Public Spay Day, offering low-cost spay and neuter services exclusively for cats. This initiative is part of a broader effort to promote responsible pet ownership and animal welfare in the community.

Health Services on a Budget

Understanding that pet care can be costly, the event provides an invaluable chance for cat owners to access essential services without breaking the bank. For $80, one can get their cat spayed, and neutering is available at $65. Additionally, rabies vaccines will be on offer for $20, which is mandatory if a cat’s vaccinations are not up to date. For further protection, microchipping services are available for a modest fee of $25, and flea/tick prevention can be added for just $10. Should your furry companion need additional vaccines, they can be administered for a reasonable fee.

Details to Remember

Prospective participants should take note that space for this event is limited. It’s vital to call ahead to reserve a spot for your feline friend. Furthermore, payment is required at the time of booking to secure the appointment. The Humane Society is reachable at 740-369-7387, located at 4920 State Route 37 East in Delaware.

For those interested, this presents an excellent opportunity to ensure the health and wellbeing of your cats while supporting the laudable work of the Humane Society in advocating for animal health and safety.

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