BC SPCA East Kootenay Free Cat Spay/Neuter Program
Across BC, communities are experiencing an overwhelming pet overpopulation problem, especially with cats. BC SPCA Branches take in more than 28,000 animals each year and thousands of additional animals are cared for by other rescue groups throughout the province. We need to tackle this overpopulation because of the poor welfare that unwanted animals experience and huge burden placed on our shelters.
Spaying and neutering cats is also beneficial for their health and reduces the likelihood of them developing certain forms and cancers and behavioral problems, like spraying, fighting and roaming.
When should my cat be spayed or neutered?
Your vet should be consulted to determine the best time for your cat. However, we recommend that you fix your cat early! You can have your kitten spayed or neutered in Cranbrook as early 8 weeks.
Click here for more information about spaying and neutering your pet.
More Details about the Program:
The BC SPCA East Kootenay Branch is offering free cat spay/neuter services to all Cranbrook residents. All cats fixed under the program will receive a free microchip. All clients are requested to make a contribution of $40 that will go directly toward covering the costs of the program. Individuals who cannot afford to pay the fee will not be turned away.
Contact your local BC SPCA East Kootenay Branch to get your cat fixed today! Call (250) 426-6751.