Petsmart 97301 Spay & Neuter Grant Results
Thanks to a generous grant from Petsmart Charities, residents of zip code 97301 can spay or neuter their cat for free at the Willamette Humane Society Spay & Neuter Clinic! With a two year term, here are the results of feral (stray) and owned cats spayed or neutered through the program, updated regularly.
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Planning to schedule a feline spay or neuter procedure soon? Please note that Willamette Humane Society no longer offers free spay and neuter surgeries for owned cats in the 97301 area code as of this month. A generous grant from PetSmart Charities made this program … Continue readingRead More
Willamette Humane Society is joining animal shelters across North America to save the lives of one million more cats in the next five years. It’s all part of a joint campaign of the Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Florida and the UC Davis Koret Shelter Medicine Program. Continue readingRead More
Join Willamette Humane Society in honoring our 2016 Humaneitarian Award nominees and recipients. The Awards Ceremony, presented by Capitol Subaru, and sponsored by Salem Electric, and Roth’s Fresh Markets, was held on Wednesday, April 13, 2016, at Pringle Hall Community Center. Continue readingRead More
The Salem City Council, led by Councilor Chuck Bennett (Ward 1), will consider issuing a letter of support to endorse the Marion Polk Community Cat Program’s Trap Neuter Return program, and encourage community participation in the effort. Community members are encouraged to attend the September 14th City Council meeting in support of the letter endorsement. Continue readingRead More
Willamette Humane Society and The Marion Polk Community Cat Program announce the award of a substantial 2 year free-roaming cat spay/neuter and Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) grant from PetSmart Charities™ to reduce the number of free-roaming cats in our community and lower intake and euthanasia at local shelters. Continue readingRead More
With alarming reports of violence targeting stray cats, frustrations in our community are high. The time to humanely balance the cat overpopulation is now. Don’t miss the quarterly stakeholder meeting of the Marion Polk Community Cat Program to learn more and get involved in the solution. Continue readingRead More