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Oct. 29 is Feline Fix it Fast Day

Were you planning to get your cat spayed in the near future?
If so, the Pulaski County Humane Society may be able help you out — and probably a lot sooner than you’d planned.
Wednesday, Oct. 29, will be Feline Fix it Fast Day at the PCHS Spay Clinic, located at the Pulaski County Animal Shelter and Humane Education Center in Dublin.
To reserve a spot for your cat for Feline Fix it Fast Day, contact 674-0089, or email pchsva@gmail.com
Besides Feline Fix it Fast Day, the PCHS Spay Clinic is open to the public on a regular basis.
There is an application process to determine qualification for any services, which are provided at a reduced fee, according to Rebecca English, PCHS executive director.
Spay Clinic assistance is provided to adopted shelter pets, low income/indigent citizens, feral cat colony caretakers, and area humane societies.
Applications for the clinic can be found online at: www.dogsaver.org/pchs (click on Pet Help) or at the Pulaski County Animal Shelter and Humane Education Center, which is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon.

English noted that since the clinic opened in May 2007, nearly 500 pets have been sterilized.

Oct. 29 is Feline Fix it Fast Day

Were you planning to get your cat spayed in the near future?
If so, the Pulaski County Humane Society may be able help you out — and probably a lot sooner than you’d planned.
Wednesday, Oct. 29, will be Feline Fix it Fast Day at the PCHS Spay Clinic, located at the Pulaski County Animal Shelter and Humane Education Center in Dublin.
To reserve a spot for your cat for Feline Fix it Fast Day, contact 674-0089, or email pchsva@gmail.com
Besides Feline Fix it Fast Day, the PCHS Spay Clinic is open to the public on a regular basis.
There is an application process to determine qualification for any services, which are provided at a reduced fee, according to Rebecca English, PCHS executive director.
Spay Clinic assistance is provided to adopted shelter pets, low income/indigent citizens, feral cat colony caretakers, and area humane societies.
Applications for the clinic can be found online at: www.dogsaver.org/pchs (click on Pet Help) or at the Pulaski County Animal Shelter and Humane Education Center, which is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon.

English noted that since the clinic opened in May 2007, nearly 500 pets have been sterilized.