If you have cats you need to get fixed, a low-cost clinic is coming to Evansville in November.
If you are a pet owner, one of the most important things you can do to help the pet overpopulation crisis is to get your pets spayed and neutered. Whether your pets are indoor pets, outdoor, or a mix of both, spaying and neutering your pets is the easiest way to help control the pet population.
To put it into perspective, according to AnimalLeague.org one un-spayed female cat and one unneutered male cat and their offspring can produce up to 2,000 more cats in just 4 years. That's 2,000 unwanted kittens that now need to find homes. Our local shelters are already overcrowded, without the added strain of oops litters.
Low-Cost Spay & Neuter Clinic Coming to Evansville
Every so often Public Vet will come to Evansville and host their low-cost spay and neuter clinic for cats. They will be hosting their final clinic of 2022 on November 19th and 20th, and their next Evansville clinic won't be until the spring of 2023.
Public Vet is a nonprofit that goes into different communities to host spay/neuter clinics to help limit cat populations. Here is what Public Vet has to say about their service:
Basic Feline Service/Sterilization $ 90
Physical exam, spay/neuter, pain meds, tattoo, essential services (per doctor)
Payment due with Cash or Money Order ONLY on day of clinic at check-in or discharge. We ask people to pay for services for their cats, but sometimes they can't. Our interest is in making sure that animal companionships are providing health and wellness, not disease. If you need financial help email us
Public vet also recommends if you have outdoor cats that you feed that you bring them as well. If you have cats you would to get fixed, you can schedule sign up for Public Vet's Evansville clinic, here.