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Feb. 28 is World Spay Day. Please spay/neuter your pets

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Tuesday, Feb. 28, is World Spay Day.

The Nine Lives Foundation and Humanimal Connection are celebrating by having special spay/neuter pricing for CATS through Tuesday (Feb. 28). Spays are $35 and neuters are $25. All surgeries will be done at their No-Kill Shelter & Spay Neuter Clinic, 3016 Rolison Road, Redwood City. More details at http://www.ninelivesfoundation.org

If your cats haven’t been spayed or neutered and you can’t make it to the Nine Lives Foundation clinic in Redwood City, please make an appointment with your own vet to have it done. Same with your dogs. Thanks for caring. /Gary

Posted on Thursday, February 23rd, 2012
Under: Cats, dogs, Spay/Neuter | No Comments »

Contra Costa Humane Society & these pets need your help

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Gary:
Times are tough right now for many of our neighbors, friends and family. With so much financial unease in our communities, many companion animals are feeling the pinch as well. Many caretakers are not able to provide their animals with the medical care they might so desperately need.
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Posted on Monday, December 8th, 2008
Under: Cats, Contra Costa Humane Society, dogs, Pigs, Spay/Neuter | 2 Comments »

Status of new pet laws in Sacramento

Here’s the status of 2008 CALIFORNIA ANIMAL LEGISLATION in Sacramento, California.

If you like, or dislike any of these laws, write your legislators and the governor and tell them how you feel about it.

The address for legislators and Governor: State Capitol Bldg., Sacramento, CA 95814, 916/322-9900

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Posted on Monday, August 18th, 2008
Under: Animal Laws, Animal protection legislation, Cats, dogs, Farm Animals, Pets, Spay/Neuter, Wildlife | No Comments »

Need a nearby low-cost spay/neuter clinic?

Here’s a quick and easy way to find it!
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) has set up a special Web site with a searchable database designed to provide you with updated information about low-cost spay/neuter programs in your community.

It’s quick and it’s easy.

Try it: http://www.aspca.org/site/PageServer?pagename=now_aspcaspay

After asking you for your zip code, and how far you’re willing to travel to get your pet(s) spayed or neutered (5 miles? 10 miles?) … the database will show you ALL the nearby discounted spay/neuter clinics.

This Web site is updated regularly.

Ed Sayers, ASPCA president and CEO, says:
“Spaying and neutering is the proven most effective method in reducing pet overpopulation. By reducing pet overpopulation from the ‘supply side,’ we limit the need for euthanasia as a means of population control.”

Check it out. This is a VERY handy Web site! /Gary

Posted on Wednesday, October 24th, 2007
Under: Spay/Neuter | 3 Comments »

Contra Costa Animal Services Cat Spay/Neuter Day

Starting this month (June, 2006), Contra Costa County Animal Services will host a monthly FREE Cat Spay/Neuter Day for the local public.

They will offer a "one day — free cat spay and neuter day" on the third Tuesday of each month at the new county animal shelter’s state-of-the-art Spay/Neuter Clinic, 4800 Imhoff Place, Martinez, CA. Reservations will be on a first-come, first-served basis, beginning the week prior to the surgery dates.

The summer schedule is:
** Tuesday, June 20 Spay/Neuter Day — make reservations during week of June 12-19.
** Tuesday, July 18 Spay/Neuter Day — make reservations during week of July 10-17.
** Tuesday, Aug. 22 Spay/Neuter Day — make reservations during week of Aug. 14-21.

To make free spay/neuter reservations call the spay clinic at 925-335-8320.

All cats that receive surgeries must meet the following criteria:

** Proof of Contra Costa County residency.
** OWNED. No feral cats will be accepted.
** Minimum age of 3 months or 3 pounds.
** Proof of rabies vaccination, or vaccinations will be provided at no charge.
** No nursing cats.

For more details on this program, please call Animal Services at 925-335-8340.

Posted on Monday, June 12th, 2006
Under: Cats, Pets, Spay/Neuter | 1 Comment »