The Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon mobile clinic plans to be in Corvallis on Sept. 29 to spay, neuter and provide necessary medical care to feral cats.
Anyone who is caring for a feral cat and wants to spay or neuter the cat it should call 503-797-2606 or go online to www.feralcats.com to register for an appointment. Only those who have made these arrangements can bring cats.
Once the cats are treated, their left ear is clipped, designating they’ve had surgery.
There’s a suggested donation of $30 for each cat, but Kim Sielski of Corvallis noted that services won’t be denied because of cost.
It costs the coalition $4,000 to provide treatment for 100 cats, she said. Volunteers and donations are welcome.
Animal Crackers Pet Supply at 949 N.W. Kings Blvd. is selling feral cat
T-shirts to benefit the Feral Cat Coalition.
The Feral Cat Coalition is a nonprofit organization whose mission is “to reduce suffering for existing feral cats and prevent the births and suffering of future generations.”
To date, the Feral Cat Coalition has spayed, neutered and vaccinated nearly 63,000 cats.