Free spay-neuter clinic for stray cats in Alachua County
|Addresse||2015 SW 16th Ave|
|At||University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine|
2015 SW 16th Ave
University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine
Do you have free-roaming community cats in your Alachua County neighborhood that won't stop breeding? Too many kittens to feed? Unneutered male cats keeping you awake at night with their fighting? We have the solution. On Sunday, January 7th,, we will be holding our #CatnipSunday spay-neuter clinic at the UF vet school in Gainesville, FL., during which we will spay-neuter approximately 200 cats. All cats will also receive a full set or vaccinations, including rabies and FVRCP, along with Revolution (a parasite treatment). Sterilization can not only control the community cat population, but also decrease aggression, marking/spraying, and prevent cancer. Help us to keep the community cat population down and elevate their standard of care in Alachua County. Call us at 352-380-0940 or email us at email@example.com to make a reservation.
YES,sign me up.I need to get a few kittens before they mature,and a few more stubborn adults..I can`t let this big colony get any bigger...
YES,sign me up.
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