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The Cat’s Meow Spay, Neuter & Adoption Project

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SPAYS/NEUTERS for 2017: As of November 19 – 868

TOTAL SPAYS/NEUTERS FOR 2016: 988

TOTAL SPAYS/NEUTERS FOR 2015: 1,158


 

CLICK HERE FOR SPAY / NEUTER DATES

Drop off and pick up locations vary depending on your location:

For LEWIS COUNTY & VICINITY – 1301 Oxford Avenue, Centralia, WA 
For COWLITZ COUNTY – 4 Corners Farm & Garden, 70 PH10, Castle Rock.
For GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY – coordinate with Vivian Dahlin via PM on OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Facebook

Please see “Spay/Neuter Services” for full details. We will have plenty of additional opportunities coming up to get your frisky kitties fixed before they become moms and dads…..again.  We have already helped thousands of cat owners and caretakers humanely reduce the cat population in Southwest Washington through spay and neuter…averaging 1,000 cats a year since August, 2011.

Clinic News: 

In 2012, The Cat’s Meow procured a building in downtown Centralia and worked hard for 3 years to make it an operational spay/neuter clinic.  Unfortunately, we were unable to see it through to completion due to a lack of financial support.  The idea is not off the table, though, and we are still looking into ways to make it a reality.

Your financial support, either directly or by designating us as your charity of choice when shopping at Amazon.smile, Fred Meyer or igive.com, is key to getting us back on track to providing low-cost spay/neuter right here in Lewis County!!

We can accomplish so much more with everyone’s help!!

Thank you for believing in us and helping us reduce euthanasia as a means of population control for cats in Southwest Washington !

2 of our customersWouldn’t it be fabulous if area shelters no longer had an over-abundance of kitties and euthanasia became a thing of the past? Together we can make that happen!