Maybe 2020 was the year you finally adopted the cat or kitten you always wanted. It’s been a record year for pet adoptions, but have you spayed or neutered your new cat yet? If you haven’t, now is the time. No more excuses, a neutered or neutered cat is a healthier and happier cat. And I’m going to tell you about two low-cost spay and neuter clinics for cats in Dutchess County this month.
The Animal Rights Alliance (TARA) and Dutchess County SPCA are hosting a cat spray and neutering clinic at the facility at 636 Violet Avenue in Hyde Park on Thursday, February 11th, starting at 7 a.m. You can’t just attend this event. The clinic is only by appointment. To make an appointment, call (845) 452-7722 and press 6.
There are no walk-ups for the Spay and Neuter Cat Clinic and not only do you need to be pre-registered, you also need to be prepaid. Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, special delivery procedures are also being introduced to protect the health of customers and employees.
The Animal Rights Alliance will be holding an affordable clinic in conjunction with Stray HELP at Trinity Episcopal Church on Elm Street in Fishkill on Thursday, February 18. For just $ 70, you can get a vaccine against spay or neuter, rabies, and nail cut. Other inexpensive services are also offered. Appointments are required. Call Paula at 845 206 – 9021 to make an appointment.
For more information on affordable cat clinics in Dutchess County this month, please visit TARA’s Facebook page, Dutchess County’s SPCA website, or Stray’s Facebook page Stray HELP.