NEW! FREE TRANSPORTATION SERVICE AVAILABLE!
Fort Collins Cat Rescue & Spay/Neuter Clinic and Larimer Humane Society are joining forces to provide transportation from Loveland to Fort Collins for dogs and cats in need of spay/neuter. The program’s goal is to decrease pet overpopulation and help pet owners in southern Larimer County overcome barriers to accessing low-cost and subsidized spay/neuter.
Transportation will be offered on the third Wednesday of each month and will alternate monthly between dogs and cats. The first transport will be on Jan. 21 for eight to 12 dogs, depending on their size. Up to 20 cats will be transported on Feb. 18. Since there is limited space in the transport vehicle, reservations and a confirmed surgery appointment are required and can be made by calling the clinic at (970) 484-1861. For assistance in Spanish, call (970) 672-3550.
For additional information on low-cost spay/neuter options, please read about S.N.I.P., Larimer Humane Society's spay/neuter assistance program.
Sterilizing your pet is the single most important thing you can do to reduce the number of homeless animals in our community. All dogs, puppies, cats, kittens and rabbits adopted from Larimer Humane Society are spayed or neutered before going into their new homes. We encourage all pet owners to sterilize their companion animals and join in our efforts to ensure no animal is left without a home.
Spaying or Neutering Your Animal Will
- Reduce his inclination to stray. Animals that leave home to mate are often lost, hit by cars, or injured by another animal.
- Greatly reduce her risk of cancer. It’s a fact: altered animals live longer.
- Reduce unwanted behaviors such as spraying or fighting.
- Make your animal’s license and impound fees cheaper.
- Ensure that you are not stuck with the costly and time-consuming task of caring for an unwanted litter.
- Ensure that your companion is not contributing to pet overpopulation, the leading cause of death in domestic animals.