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Feline spay and neuter day set

Central Kitsap Reporter Editor
February 14, 2013 · Updated 11:09 AM

Kitsap Humane Society is hosting a low-cost spay or neuter day for felines of low-income residents on Feb. 26.  The first 50 walk-in customers will be served.

Feline spay will be $50 and feline neuter will be $30. No appointments will be made ahead of time. Individuals need to drop off cats at the shelter location between 7-9 a.m. Enter through admissions door on the right side of the building at 9167 Dickey Rd. NW, Silverdale.

Pet owners should not feed cats anything after midnight the night before, but water is allowed. Owners need to complete a spay or neuter application available online and bring it along with their pet.

Low-income status is required and must be listed on the application. Proof of income will be needed. Income guidelines for assistance are $51,750 or less to qualify for a 3-person family and $57,500 for a 4-person family.

Payment for services must be made with cash or credit card only and is due at drop-off time. All cats must be brought in a hard-sided crate and only one cat per crate.

For more information call 360 692-6977, ext. 1135 or visit www.kitsap-humane.org/cat-fix-day.

Cat Fix Days are hosted the second and last Tuesdays of every month.


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