During the month of February, there are specials for getting your cat spayed or neutered at Vermont Companion Animal Neutering (Vt.-CAN) through the Rutland County Humane Society.
Cat spays are $20 and cat neuters are $50. RCHS is partnering with Vt.-CAN to get area cats spayed and neutered.
Vt.-CAN, a low cost spay/neuter clinic located in Middlesex, Vt., is a drive from this area.
To help out, RCHS and Vt.-CAN are working together to make it easier for cat owners. By dropping your cat at the RCHS shelter, volunteers will transport your cat to Vt.-CAN where he or she will be spayed or neutered and given a rabies shot, and returned to RCHS later that day. The next available date is Feb. 28. Prior registration is required and Vt.-CAN fees for services apply.
To register please call RCHS at 802-483-6700. For more information visit www.rchsvt.org or for more information about Vt.-CAN visit www.vt-can.org.
Eight year old. Spayed Female. American Shelter Dog.
I am an older gal who has been through a lot in the past month or so and I am just now settling into my life at RCHS. It’s nice to be with people who care about me but I sure would like a home with a couch of my own. I am quiet when I first meet people but do have a playful side (squeaky toys, watch out) and I love to throw my toys around when I get excited.
Two year old. Spayed Female. Boxer.
I am a bundle of contradictions. This is good because if you are going to live with a Boxer, you need plenty of patience. I am easy to handle and gentle on a leash but can really run when I’m out playing. I seem to have had some good experiences with people as I am eager to meet most folks but can be head-shy if you approach me too quickly and sudden movements make me tense. I know how to sit and give paw. I’d learn almost anything for food. If you know a Boxer lover, send them my way.