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Stevens County Cat Care

(Low cost spay/neuter clinic for cats)

Next Clinic:

Sunday, October 11th - in Chewelah.
Next spay/neuter clinic will be October 11th in Chewlah. This clinic is already full but go ahead and give them a call anyway, in case they have cancellations or to get registered for the next clinic in November.

You HAVE to call to pre-register. Call (509) 935-MEOW (6369) Call ASAP, this clinic will be smaller than usual due to the smaller size of the building so I'm betting it is going to fill up quickly.

If your cat just had a litter of kittens REMEMBER they can go out and get pregnant again 2 DAYS LATER! Your kittens can be spayed or neutered at 2 pounds or 2 months of age.

***Pre-registration is required.***

Call Stevens County Cat Clinic at: (509) 935 - MEOW

For more info visit their website at:

Hiking for Homeless Animals

Dr Laura Talaga, veterinarian, canine behaviorist and champion of homeless animals has already hiked the entire length of the the Appalachian Trail in 2007 (2,100 miles from Georgia to Maine) and the Pacific Crest Trail in 2013 (2,665 miles from Mexico to Canada) raising over $10,000 for shelter animals. Starting April 25th 2015, she is going to hike the entire length of the Continental Divide once again raising money for homeless animals. If you'd like to follow along on her journey visit her blog where she will be keeping us up to date on all her adventures! Hiking 4 Paws on the CDT

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