Past Spay/Neuter Clinic Schedule:
We are organizing a team of volunteers to run mass spay/neuter clinics in Loudoun County for community cats. We are looking for medical and non medical help to include Veterinarians to perform surgeries and Vet hospitals that are interested in learning more about helping community cats.
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FIX ME Program
Mass TNR spay/neuter clinics with a goal of 25-100 cats in one day. The clinics, and the TNR leading up to the clinics, are designed to introduce and familiarize caretakers, trappers, and Veterinary hospital staff on trapping, handling and caring for community cats. All clinics are staffed solely by volunteers in our community. Medical and non medical volunteers are needed and training is provided. If you would like to volunteer for upcoming clinics please CLICK HERE.
Volunteer statistics for past clinics:
20-30 colony sites & caretakers
All cats will receive the community cat care package at all clinics. This is the standard of care that we have set for any community cat that goes through one of our programs. In developing this package we worked with Veterinarians, Dr Jason Bollenbeck, President elect for the VVMA and Towne Animal Clinic, Dr Melissa Derbin of Towne Animal Clinic, and Dr Jeff Newman of Caring Hands Animal Hospital to set these standards. We recommend that all community cats receive this package to stay happy and healthy in their outdoor homes.
The clinics are hosted by our partner Veterinary hospitals:
Did you know?
“An average cat has 1-8 kittens per litter and 2-3 litters per year. During her productive life, one female cat could have more than 100 kittens. A single pair of cats and their kittens can produce as many as 420,000 kittens in just 7 years.”