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We at Spay Today strive to provide exceptional service. Through our email surveys, we are able to hear back from our clients on their visits with us. Here are a few comments provided.
Hi! I visited your clinic as part of the adoption process for Pitt County Animal Shelter. The staff I spoke with when picking up my cat after surgery were professional, informed , friendly and genuinely cared about their jobs. They went out of their way to explain how to reach someone at all hours and over the weekend should I have questions or need assistance. I will recommend Spay Today to anyone and everyone! Parents of Blossom
Thanks again so much for everything you did for our fur-baby, Nalla! Everyone there was incredible and she did wonderfully through her recovery.
The overall experience was great! Everyone that we came in contact with was friendly and professional. I have already recommended Spay Today to a couple of my friends. Keep up the great work and thank you!
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What is Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR)?
Trap-Neuter-Return is the humane and effective approach for stray and feral cats. Now in practice for decades in the US after being proven in Europe, scientific studies show that Trap-Neuter-Return improves the lives of feral cats, improves their relationships with the people who live near them, and decreases the size of colonies over time.
Trap-Neuter-Return is successfully practiced in hundreds of communities and in every landscape and setting. It is exactly what it sounds like: Cats are humanely trapped and taken to a veterinarian to be neutered and vaccinated. After recovery, the cats are returned to their home—their colony—outdoors. Kittens and cats who are friendly and socialized to people may be adopted into homes.
Grounded in science, TNR stops the breeding cycle of cats and therefore improves their lives while preventing reproduction. It is a fact that the removal and killing of outdoor cats that animal control has been pursuing for decades is never ending and futile. Since feral cats are not adoptable, they are killed in pounds and shelters. With a successful program like Trap-Neuter-Return to turn to, it’s hard to believe that animal control agencies continue to kill cats, even though that approach has shown zero results.It is time to put an end to catch and kill. Trap-Neuter-Return provides a life-saving, effective solution for these beautiful, independent cats.
For more information, please visit www.alleycat.org
Spay Today proudly supports TNR
Community cats can be dropped off Monday – Thursday between 7:30 and 8:30 am.
One cat per humane trap (this is for your safety as well as the safety of our staff).
Traps can be rented at Spay Today ($50 deposit, returned to you when trap is returned).
You may bring in one cat per day without an appointment.
Keep trap covered with a sheet at all times when a cat is inside it.
Leave cat in your vehicle while first checking in.
$40 per cat: includes surgery, rabies vaccine, and ear tip.
Cash and debit/credit cards are accepted, payment is taken in the morning.
Cats are to be picked up at 4:00pm
the same day.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How old does my puppy/kitten need to be before they can be spayed/neutered?
Puppies and kittens need to weigh at least 2 lbs. and over 8 weeks of age before they can be spayed/neutered.
Will my pet need stitches removed?
No, we use dissolvable stitches.
Why does my pet have a tattoo?
Tattooing provides identification that your pet has been spayed/neutered.
How old does my pet need to be to get a Rabies vaccine?
Dogs and cats need to be vaccinated between 12 – 16 weeks of age.
What services are included in the Feral Cat package?
Our Feral cat package includes spay/neuter, rabies vaccine and ear tip.
Is the spay/neuter painful?
All surgical procedures cause pain. Your pet will be given pain medication before and after surgery to minimize discomfort. Your pet will also be under anesthesia, so will not be aware during surgery and will have no memory of it afterwards.