Shelter to provide free transport to low cost spay, neuter clinic
As your community animal shelter part of our mission, in addition to caring for and placing unwanted and abandoned animals in loving homes, is to promote responsible pet ownership. To help facilitate that we are working in partnership with the Community Spay/Neuter Clinic of Freeport by hosting a free van transport for day surgery from the HSKC to their clinic. The clinic offers low cost spaying and neutering of pets to low income pet owners. The next transport is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 20. To learn more or to make an appointment and reserve a spot on the transport van for your pet call the clinic at 865-0772.
In addition, we will also be sponsoring a low cost Rabies Clinic on Saturday, Nov. 17 at the Warren Fire Department on Western Road from 11:30 to 1 p.m. Dr. Craig Underhill from Warren Animal Hospital will be in attendance. The cost is only $10, cash only. Please bring your cats in a proper pet carrier and your dogs on a leash and last record of rabies shot if applicable.
Be a superhero by adopting a shelter pet and provide them with a loving home. It's never been easier to save a life. Now, through the end of the month we are offering a super deal on all cats one year and older. Adopt an adult cat for only a $15 adoption fee. Help us fight pet homelessness — join our League of Adopters, adopt a shelter pet today. Can't adopt? Champion our mission by fostering, donating or volunteering. Thank you for your support.
Our pet pick of the week is David a tall, dark and handsome feline fella. David is a super sweet and affectionate domestic short hair cat. He gets along with other cats and may tolerate a well-behaved dog. David is good around children and will make a wonderful addition to any family.
Wish list. Ziploc bags (gallon and quart), paper towels, large black garbage bags, stamps, canned cat food and laundry detergent.