Fix-A-PIT/Be ResponsiBULL Program Comes To An End
The Kalamazoo Humane Society is pleased to announce that we have reached the 500 mark for our Fix-A-PIT/Be ResponsiBULL program. This means the end to the program however, people will still be able to take advantage of our normal low prices under our Operation Fix-It program. Effective immediately prices for dog spay/neuter surgeries will be $75 for male and female dogs.
We are pleased that so many responsible pit bull owners in our community took advantage of the Fix-A-Pit program and we thank the Tony Sinkula Family for helping to fund this program.
Thank you to everyone who joined us at the
29th Annual Dog Walk on Saturday, May 4th.
We had an amazing day filled with fun, entertainment and fundraising!
To check out pictures from the Dog Walk visit our Facebook page
or click HERE to go directly to our album.
Click HERE to see the "Photo's with Nipper"
Click HERE to visit our Dog Walk website.
PLEASE take our short Dog Walk 2013 survey! We'd love to know what you thought of our event and what we can improve on next year.
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Operation Fix-It - Still Going Strong
Kalamazoo Humane Society provides the Operation Fit-It program to help control pet overpopulation by providing low cost spay/neuter services for families who can not have their pets spayed/neutered by an area veterinarian. The cost for spay/neutering is as follows; Male & Female Dogs - $75 Female Cats - $45 Male Cats - $35. Low cost rabies vaccinations ($10) and microchipping ($15) is also available for people who are having their pets spayed/neutered. *Note: Rabies vaccinations and microchipping are only available at the time of OFI spay/neuter.
Feral Cat Thursday's
IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to program funding cuts the KHS will now be charging $10 for feral cat spay/neuter surgeries. This price does still include a rabies vaccine. New pricing will become effective beginning on Thurs, April 4th, 2013. We apologize for this increase and we will be working to find an alternate source of funding.
In an effort to curb the hundreds (if not thousands) of kittens that flood area shelters and rescue organizations each spring, KHS is sponsoring Feral Cat Thursday's. Feral cats brought into the KHS office in a live trap* on Thursday's will receive a rabies vaccine and be spayed/neutered for $10. For further information on this program call the KHS office at 345-1181.
*For the health and safety of our technicians as well as the animal's safety, cats are REQUIRED TO BE IN A LIVE TRAP and not in cat carriers.