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Butte Humane Society

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Butte Humane Society

Pet Food Banks Information: Butte Humane Society’s Pet Food and Supply Pantry is available to community members in need. The all-volunteer run pantry redistributes donated dog/cat food and supplies as they become available. Held on Fridays from 11am-2pm. Dry food only. Limited to 10lbs. Call 530-966-2902 for information about their Pet Food Pantry Express!

Services Offered: spay/neuter, dental, vaccines, minor surgeries

Community Cat Policies: ferals accepted, nothing stated

Other Info:By appointment only. Cats must be at least 8 weeks old and weigh 2lbs. Regular spay $133 regular neuter $98. **PROGRAMS OFFERED-FIX-IT PROGRAM-This program offers 10 cost-covered spays/neuters per month drawn at random based on application. Applications open the 1st of each month and run through the 14th of each month. For more information, read through their application for guidelines and qualifications! P-SNAP-financial assistance to pet owners to spay & neuter their cats. NEIGHBORHOOD CAT ADVOCATES-community members who are feeding free-roaming stray or feral cats in their neighborhood. Visit them online for further information on these programs.

County: Butte