How to save & take care of a kitten and feral cats - an advocacy tool kit


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Services Offered: spay/neuter only

Community Cat Policies: This is for situations where there is a feral community cat in your area that you would like to have spayed or neutered to help prevent overpopulation. The suggested minimum donation is $55 for males and $65 for females, and the animal will have its left ear clipped. Ear-tipping is a painless procedure done under anesthesia (during the spay/neuter surgery) where the top of the left ear is cut straight off. For low income recipients, we will assist at a lower cost after verification. We do reserve the right to keep any animals that are claimed as feral for rehabilitation and adoption if they turn out to be friendly, or we may keep them longer if they are in poor physical shape. Contact [email protected] for more information and referral.

Other Info: This is for pet owners who would like to have their cat spayed or neutered. CATsNAP’s referral service is not a full-service clinic. Your pet must be dropped off and picked up the same day, and you will be responsible for providing the after-care. The vets we refer to do not offer declawing or other elective procedures. They do offer vaccinations of FVRCP for an additional charge.

County: Champaign