The Humane Society of Cascade County: Helping cats and dogs by providing low-cost spay/neuter clinics.
Too many cats and dogs end up in shelters and rescues, or simply abandoned. A family is moving, is allergic to Fluffy, or just doesn’t have time for Fido.
Spay/Neuter Clinics for DOGS and CATS Held Twice Yearly
Cascade County has a large population of low-income folks who just can’t afford to take their cat or dog to the local veterinarian to be altered. In 2015, when the future of the spay/neuter clinics was in question, the Humane Society of Cascade County stepped up to continue running them, recognizing how vital the twice-yearly clinics are to slowing pet overpopulation. More than 5500 cats and dogs have been altered at these clinics since their inception.
NEXT CLINIC: August 27-28, 2016
(For low-income residents of Cascade County only.)
We’ll start taking calls in AUGUST. Call 452.SPAY (452.7729) to schedule your low-cost appointment.
To VOLUNTEER, please leave a message on the hotline: 452.7729.
If you have spoken to Judy, our appointment scheduler, you can pay for your pet’s surgery with a credit or debit card. Click here to pay and guarantee your spot.
Although the twice yearly clinics help with cat overpopulation, we still have too many unwanted cats and there are simply not enough homes for them. Cats can multiply at an incredible rate!
You may have seen a skittish cat in your alley, raiding your garbage. Caterwauling tomcats woke you in the wee hours. Local rescues are taking in cold and hungry cats, sometimes missing legs, or blinded by a pellet gun. A litter of abandoned kittens was found shivering, wet and covered with fleas in a downtown alley. Our shelters and rescues are over capacity with no place for these cats and kittens to go. We must get ahead of this crisis… for our community and for the cats.
Monthly CAT/KITTEN Spay/Neuter Clinics to the rescue!
Starting in March 2016, the Humane Society of Cascade County started doing MONTHLY spay/neuter clinics for CATS and KITTENS only.
(These will be held in the 10 months when when we are not doing the twice yearly dog & cat clinics.) The monthly clinics are targeting high-risk situations where the cats or kittens would not get altered otherwise.
The city of Butte started monthly cat clinics just 3 short years ago and now they don’t have overcrowding at their shelter. There is no longer a shortage of homes for cats and kittens. There are fewer stray cats for animal control to deal with. The clinics made a HUGE difference in just 3 years. We can do this too!
You can help! Click here to donate $32.50. (Our cost to spay/neuter a cat or kitten.)
To VOLUNTEER, call our spay/neuter hotline: 452.7729.