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MEOW NOW Offers Free Spay-Neuter for Pinellas’ Feral Cats

TNVR | Feral Cats | Community Cats

Meow Now, a non-profit organization developed to create a trap-neuter-vaccinate-return program for community cats in Pinellas, has a free spay-neuter day Monday (Feb. 23).

PINELLAS COUNTY – MEOW NOW has biweekly spay and neuter days planned at the Humane Society of Pinellas, 340 SR 590, Clearwater. The first scheduled date is Monday (Feb. 23). Additional spay-neuter days are scheduled March 9 and March 23. Services include spay/neuter (under anesthesia), eartipping, rabies vaccine, distemper vaccine, and pain medication. Drop off begins at 8 a.m. and continues until the clinic is full or until 9:30 a.m. All cats must be contained in an appropriate trap. Any cats not in a trap will not be accepted for surgery. Although the service is free, donations are appreciated.

MEOW NOW was founded by concerned citizens Dan Hester, Marilyn Weaver and Cathy Unruh,  along with the Humane Society of Pinellas and the SPCA Tampa Bay, to implement an effective trap-neuter-vaccinate-return (TNVR) program for community cats in Pinellas County. MEOW NOW provides vaccination, eartipping, and spay/neuter services to community cats in Pinellas County and assists colony caregivers and trappers with resources and education.  On Oct. 21, Pinellas County Commissioners voted unanimously to amend the county code to allow TNVR.

For information or to rent a trap, call (727) 203-5255 or go to meownowfl.org.

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