Wenatchee Valley Humane Society sees 98 cats at low-income spay/neuter clinic


The Wenatchee Valley Humane Society hosted a low-income spay/neuter clinic for cats on Saturday March 18th.  This clinic is available quarterly to those that have low incomes and who are typically unable to afford the surgeries with a regular vet appointment.

The quarterly clinics have so far spayed or neutered more than 700 cats – both feral/community and domestic. WVHS is dedicated to keeping these clinics going to help the low-income community get their cats altered. Spaying and neutering cats is the best way to help keep cat populations from exploding which quickly turns into thousands of unwanted cats within a matter of a few years.

Registration for the next clinic on June 10th will open in May. Spay/Neuter vouchers are available if you need your cat fixed now! The application may be found at www.wenatcheehumane.org or by picking one up from WVHS.

Contact the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society at (509) 662-9577 to make a donation to the spay/neuter fund.