It is far too common to have a feral cat problem in our area.........in most areas of our country. Cats multiply VERY quickly when not spayed and neutered so if there are a couple unowned unfixed cats, there will be more soon. It is a great responsibility to try to help this problem but in the end will reap rewards for the local population. It is a challenge to do, but if you are currently feeding a population of cats, you will definitely be able to trap those kitties to bring them in to be fixed, tested, and/or vaccinated. Helping is an amazing feeling!!
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Porter Pet Hospital is committed to helping with Feral Cat Overpopulation. We offer large traps you can borrow to use to capture cats around your home or business. Traps are loaned with a 50$ cash deposit and can be borrowed for up to 2 weeks at a time. Once you have trapped a cat, you can bring them in to our practice anytime monday thru friday during office hours to have them fixed and returned to you within 24 hours. Your 50$ deposit can be used towards the fixing of the trapped cat or can be refunded when the trap is returned if animals are not captured or they are altered elsewhere! These traps should not be used for intentionally capturing wildlife, such as raccoons or skunks. Please respect our efforts to help by using these traps for the purpose intended. We charge routine pricing for your first kittie and then decrease the cost per cat per period of time that cats are brought in to us for spay/neuter, vaccines, and Felv/FIV testing. Sick feral cats may require testing, fluids or an antibiotic injection at discounted rate at doctor discretion, but estimate will always be given prior to additional treatments. Call us for more details!!