Pet Friendly Services is Partnering with Public Vet to Get Them Fixed
INDIANAPOLIS – Pet Friendly Services of Indiana is partnering with Public Vet to provide financial assistance to individuals wishing to spay/neuter their cats. A low-cost spay/neuter clinics will be in Indianapolis on Saturday, December 4th.
Public Vet is a mobile veterinary clinic that focuses on at-risk communities in need of affordable spay/neuter surgeries and essential care for animals. Rates are $40 for feral and free-roaming cats and $80 for owned cats. With support from Pet Friendly Services, additional discounts are available for cases with demonstrated financial need.
“The Pet Friendly specialty license plate funds projects like this as well as thousands of other spay/neuter surgeries each year. This prevents the euthanasia of healthy and adoptable animals while addressing the root cause of shelter overpopulation.”, said Pet Friendly Services Executive Director Cheri Storms.
Surgeries are by appointment only. Pet owners should book appointments right away, as spots are limited. Sign up at www.pub.vet.
Pet Friendly Services of Indiana is funded by the Pet Friendly license plate, grants, and donations. To support this project or learn more, please visit PetFriendlyServices.org.
Pet Friendly Services of Indiana is a statewide animal welfare organization whose mission is to eliminate the euthanasia of adoptable cats and dogs through financial assistance, education, and advocacy. Our small team stretches our dollars to serve as many animals as possible and to make permanent changes to benefit cats, dogs, and the people who love them. Pet Friendly Services receives no government funding and relies on donors, grants, fundraising and funds from the Pet Friendly Specialty License Plate. www.PetFriendlyServices.org
Public Vet’s goal is to identify communities that are at risk, and provide & improve the quality of life of the Animals and pets within it. Public Veterinary Service targets the Community, using veterinary care as an incentive to network and educate every community they work in. Their goal is to identify communities that are overpopulated and at high risk and address any factors that adversely affect health.