Fix-it Wagon comes Thursday in Wakefield to spay or neuter cats
WAKEFIELD — The Rozzie May Animal Alliance mobile spay/neuter clinic called the Feline Fix-It Wagon comes to the Public Safety Building on Thursday.
Pet owners interested in having their cats spayed or neutered are asked to call the alliance at 447-1373 to book a space. The Fix-It Wagon will also be in Wakefield on Aug. 23 and Sept. 20. Cats should weigh 4 or more pounds. A spay/neuter fee of $75 for females and $60 for males and additional services such as rabies vaccine, nail trim, and Capstar flea treatment are available at a small cost.
All cats receive a physical examination prior to being spayed or neutered.
The feline Fix-It Wagon is a state-of-the-art traveling veterinary clinic with monthly rotations in Dover, Meredith, Wakefield, North Conway and Berlin/Gorham, as well as in Brownfield, Bridgton and Windham, Maine.
For additional information, including neutering and spaying for dogs, visit rozziemay.org or call 473-1371. The Alliance has a stationary clinic in Conway.
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