The Pet Orphanage sponsors low-cost spay and neuter clinics for cats. The clinics are provided by NOMAD, Laura Miller DVM. Clinic pre-registration and payment (in cash) is required. All registrations take place at the Hocking County CIC meeting room, 140 E. Main St., Logan OH 43138. All clinics take place at the Hocking County Soil & Water Conference Room, Fairgrounds, Logan.
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- Register on Saturday, January 9 for the Sunday, January 17 clinic.
- Register on Saturday, February 6 for the Sunday, February 14 clinic.
- Register on Saturday, March 12 for the Sunday, March 20 clinic.
- Register on Saturday, April 16 for the Sunday, April 24 clinic.
- Register on Saturday, May 14 for the Sunday, May 22 clinic.
- Register on Saturday, June 11 for the Sunday June 19 clinic.
- Register on Saturday, July 16 for the Sunday, July 24 clinic.
- Register on Saturday, August 13 for the Sunday, August 21 clinic.
- Register on Saturday, September 17 for the Sunday, September 25 clinic.
- Register on Saturday, October 1 for the Sunday, October 9 clinic.
- Register on Saturday, November 5 for the Sunday, November 20 clinic.
- Register on Saturday, December 10 for the Sunday, December 18 clinic.
Fee Schedule (cash only, due on registration day)
- Female cat spay $50
- Male cat neuter $30
- 1-year rabies vaccination $10
- FVRCP-C (four-in-one) vaccination $10
- Flea/Intestinal Worms (round & hookworms/Ear Mite Treatment (Revolution) $20
- Tape worm treatment $10
- Nail trim $5
Registration is first come, first served. Arrive early, especially if registering a female cat. For each clinic date, we sign-up approximately 20 males and 15 females, with 3 additional females as standby’s. On the day of surgery, please bring cat in clean, secure, carrier (not soft sided) lined with newspaper.
If your cat recently had kittens: The mother’s milk must be dried up before surgery. Kittens should nurse for 8 weeks. Afterwards, the mother and kittens MUST be separated and it will take at least 2 weeks for them to dry up. If the kittens occasionally nurse, they keep the milk stimulated and the mother won’t dry up. Milk isn’t sterile and if the vet would cut into a milk gland it could cause an infection.
Questions? Call 740-380-3002.
Ohio Pet Fund
Support pets by buying an Ohio Pet License Plate. They’re vehicle registration tags that raise funds for education, spay and neuter of pets for low-income families, and for dogs and cats adopted from qualifying agencies. The Pet Orphanage was awarded grants from this fund in 2009, 2011, 2012 and 2015. And they’re offering some new super cute tags! Check them out at petsohio.com.