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TEXAS LITTER CONTROL PARTNERS WITH LOVING ARMS PET PLACEMENT TO PROVIDE FREE SPAY/NEUTER SERVICES THIS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12TH!

Loving Arms Pet Placement is sponsoring a free spay/neuter day for cats and dogs this Sunday at the TLC stationary clinic on Spring Ridge Drive in Spring! Qualified individuals must be on public assistance, Social Security or be able to show proof of income of less than $32,000 per year. Our goal is to spay/neuter 40 pets! This event was made possible by the Nicola-Musso Foundation through Loving Arms.

If you qualify, simply go to TexasLitterControl.organd click on BOOK APPOINTMENT. You can also email [email protected] or call 832-510-7622. Appointments at these events book very quickly. Booking online is often more efficient than calling due to the high volume of calls once we announce an event. We only have 2 phone lines. If the phones ring to voicemail it means we are closed or on the other line.

Cat check in is at 7am. Dog check in is at 7:30am. All cats must arrive in a pet taxi or live humane trap and weigh at least 3 pounds. All dogs must be at least 4 months old and be on a leash. This event is by appointment only. Limit 2 pets per household. Pick up will be at 3pm. You must show proof of income, Social Security or public assistance at check in.

Please be courteous and don’t book an appointment unless you can make it. We have had a 30% no show rate at some of our free events. We had turned away a lot of people in need because the slots were full. That’s a whole lot of animals who did not get help. Going forward if you book and no show for a free event, you will be banned from any future free events.

For more information about Loving Arms Pet Placement or to donate, you can visit their website: LovingArmsPetPlacement.com.

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  1. BigBadWolf

    How many thousands of wild animals is this group responsible for killing by releasing non-native feral cats into the food chain so they pat themselves on the backs? I guess they think The Cat Food Fairy comes to feed them all kibble.

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