The Hudson Valley Humane Society and The Animal Rights Alliance, Inc. introduced a partnership to convey a low-cost spay/neuter program to Rockland County on a month-to-month foundation.
The TARA Cell Clinic will probably be onsite on the HVHS, 200 Quaker Highway, Pomona, the primary Thursday of every month to spay/neuter felines solely. The fee, $70 per cat, consists of surgical procedure, a one-year rabies vaccine, ear cleansing and nail trim. Different companies corresponding to microchips, fundamental vaccines and flea/tick preventative may even be provided.
The subsequent spay/neuter clinic at HVHS is June 4. Pay as you go reservations for appointments are required; name the HVHS spay/neuter hotline, 354-3124 or e mail NEUTERME@OPTIMUM.NET.
“Neutering felines is probably the most impactful option to scale back the stray inhabitants and get rid of undesirable births and struggling,” mentioned AnnMarie Gaudio, HVHS president. “This inexpensive possibility will encourage residents to lure, neuter and launch neighborhood cats and keep away from extra litters, in addition to present an inexpensive possibility for companion felines.”
“We’re pleased to be partnering with the HVHS,” mentioned TARA president Rose Tardif. “We’re additionally trying ahead to shifting forward with our spay/neuter companies and extra.”
To this point, TARA has spayed and neutered greater than 130,000 cats on its cellular clinic and 15,000 canine at their Middletown constructing.
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