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Featured Feline: Elsa

Elsa Available for Adoption

Miss Elsa is a sweet darling female needing a bit of tender love and care.  She will melt your heart with love. Don’t let the chance go to open your home to this sweet feline.

To find out more about this Featured Feline, click over to our Available Pets page for additional information.

CatSnip – Low Cost FELINE Spay/Neuter Clinic and Vaccine Clinic – April 6th

Low Cost FELINE spay/neuter clinic

TUCKER
Monday, April 6th 2015

Piccadilly Cafeteria
2000 Crescent Centre Blvd
Tucker, GA 30084

7:30AM-*
*clinic pick up time will be announced at check in!

 Routine female spays $55*
Routine male neuters $35*

*Additional charges will apply for non-routine surgical requirements including, but not limited to: Pregnancy, and umbilical hernia repair.

*No additional charge for females in heat.

 *Per GA state law, every surgical patient must have a current rabies vaccine. If proof is not provided we can administer the rabies vaccine for $13.

*Other vaccinations are available at the date of surgery upon request.

 Reservations are required and space is limited!


WALK IN Low Cost VACCINE clinic

Both dogs and cats welcome!

12:30-2:30PM

SAFETY GUIDELINES:
*Dogs must be on a secure collar and leash
*Cats must be in cat-specific carrier
*Please leave your pet(s) in the car until the doctor is ready to see them, but please be responsible!

Rabies vaccination (1 year): $13
Rabies vaccination (3 year): $17
Microchipping: $29

Project CatSnip offers discounted flea and heartworm prevention, annual vaccines, microchipping, and parasite treatments!*

*Some preventatives may require proof of prior testing or prescription.


FOR MORE INFORMATION AND PRICING:
VISIT: WWW.PROJECTCATSNIP.COM
EMAIL: INFO@PROJECTCATSNIP.COM
CALL: 770-455-7077

Petitioning Stephens County – Enforce Animal Cruelty Laws and Stop the Castration of Pets Without Sedation and Without a License to Practice Veterinary Medicine

Enforce Animal Cruelty Laws and Stop the Castration of Pets Without Sedation and Without a License to Practice Veterinary Medicine

Here in Toccoa, Stephens County, Georgia in early November 2014, Mr. Daniel Hebert castrated two kittens in his high school agriculture class, with the students holding the cats down as they struggled. He was not a veterinarian. He used no sedation. He gave the kittens tylenol or ibuprofen and used lidocaine. Animal Control issued two citations of animal cruelty. County Commissioners Michelle Grafton and Dennis Bell questioned the legality of the citations. Animal Shelter Board Member Angie Garland says Hebert shouldn’t lose his job; that barn cats are different from house cats. The case was headed to Magistrate Court, but has been postponed.

On December 26, 2014, a woman attempted to neuter her step-daughter’s dog with a razor blade after watching a how-to internet video.  The dog was taken to a veterinarian after extreme blood loss and was hospitalized for three days. Sheriff Randy Shirley declined to press charges, saying that she had a history of employment in the medical field and that there was no direct evidence supporting the dog felt any particular level of pain during or after the procedure.

People who have spoken out against this travesty have been ridiculed and bullied. If you are horrified of these actions, please sign this petition and tell them that this is not acceptable. We need your help!

To sign this petition and see additional updates regarding the situation, click here!

Featured Feline: Eugene

Eugene - Available for Adoption

Eugene is a great little guy. He loves his sister, Maggie and they need a home together.

To find out more about this Featured Feline, click over to our Available Pets page for additional information.

CatSnip – Low Cost FELINE Spay/Neuter Clinic followed by Vaccine Clinic – January 5th 2015

Low Cost FELINE spay/neuter clinic

Peachtree Corners/Norcross
Monday, January 5th 2015

Furkids Thrift Store
4015 Holcomb Bridge Road
Norcross, GA 30092

7:30AM-*

*clinic pick up time will be announced at check in!

 Routine female spays $55*
Routine male neuters $35*

 *Additional charges will apply for non-routine surgical requirements including, but not limited to: Pregnancy, and umbilical hernia repair.

 *No additional charge for females in heat.

 *Per GA state law, every surgical patient must have a current rabies vaccine. If proof is not provided we can administer the rabies vaccine for $13.

 *Other vaccinations are available at the date of surgery upon request.

 Reservations are required and space is limited!


WALK IN Low Cost VACCINE clinic

 Both dogs and cats welcome!
12:30-2:30PM

SAFETY GUIDELINES:
*Dogs must be on a secure collar and leash
*Cats must be in cat-specific carrier
*Please leave your pet(s) in the car until the doctor is ready to see them, but please be responsible!

Rabies vaccination (1 year): $13
Rabies vaccination (3 year):
$17
Microchipping:
$29

Project CatSnip offers discounted flea and heartworm prevention, annual vaccines, microchipping, and parasite treatments!*
*Some preventatives may require proof of prior testing or prescription.


FOR MORE INFORMATION AND PRICING:

VISIT: WWW.PROJECTCATSNIP.COM

EMAIL: INFO@PROJECTCATSNIP.COM

CALL: 770-455-7077