ACT fixed 506 cats in 2 days!

March 7, 2009 at 5:37 pm Leave a comment

neuterthon12506 Males Cats were fixed during our two day neuter-a-thon event February 21 and 22 at th clinic. An additional 64 dogs and cats were fixed the following week at prices ranging from $5 – $55, all with help from the Doris Day Animal Foundation and Humane Society of the United States. “You should do this more often,” said Linda Arlington, a caregiver whose heart outweighs her funds. “I have been watching my cat family grow because I could not afford to fix them.”

We also ran a promotional contest and awarded a year’s worth of cat food plus a scratching post and toys to the cat with the largest “family jewels.” The prize went to Moose, a shiny black tom cat whose jewels weighed in at 3.3 oz.  His owner, Jenny Jocvick, also received a bottle of fine wine and a box of chocolates. “It’s good to know he won’t be anyone else’s daddy,” said Jenny. “I wasn’t thinking about the contest, but I’m not surprised [he won]. He was all boy! He still is, but he’s even sweeter now.” It’s a common misconception that getting your cat fixed will change its behavior for the worst, but most people find their cats are actually calmer and more loving companions.

neuterthon41The ACT Clinic has regular low prices for spay/neuter surgeries and weekly low cost shot clinics. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call: 813-250-3900 or visit:


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