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Make A Difference Day 2021

September 10, 2021

Join us for the 24th Annual Feline spay/neuter clinic, Saturday, October 23rd, 2021


***UPDATE***  As of Tuesday September 21st, all spots have been filled for both male and female cats, therefore registration is closed. We want to extend a hearty thank you to everyone who registered and who supports this effort each year!


 All cats must be vaccinated for Rabies per Illinois Law effective January 1, 2020. If you do not have written proof of a Rabies Vaccination by Official Certificate, a Rabies Vaccine and certificate will be administered.


Spots are limited to 100 male and 25 female. After your registration has been approved, we will email you your cat’s appointment time to arrive the morning of October 23rd. We will send you the name card by email to fill out. Your pet must be in a carrier with a name card securely attached to the carrier along with a current Rabies certificate if you have one. A towel or small blanket with the cat inside the carrier and a second towel in a bag tied to the carrier handle. Your pick-up time will be provided to you upon admittance on Saturday October 23rd. 


PLEASE NOTE: Since there are limited spots available, 100 male patients and 25 female patients, registrations will be first-come-first-served. Once all the spots are filled, we will do our best to remove the registration link, but if you register and do not receive a confirmation email, it means the quota has been met for one or both sexes.

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