In an effort to help combat the worldwide over-population of companion animals, such as cats and dogs, we insure that all our felines are sterilized prior to or shortly after being adopted (kittens). While spay/neuter can be a costly procedure, the costs of subsequent litters from unaltered felines are much higher. An unaltered male and female cat and their offspring can produce more than 400 000 cats in their lifetime.
Vaccinations are important to help control the spread of disease and reduce our veterinary costs. All of our animals are up to date on vaccinations before they are adopted to forever homes. This is a value added service to our adopters as well.
Our shelter is a communal living environment. All our feline residents are spayed or neutered, as well as vaccinated and microchipped, prior to entering the general population.