Help offered to control pet population
Pet overpopulation is a national tragedy. Nationwide, animal shelters are filled with homeless animals.
Despite the fact that the Oneida County Humane Society spays/neuters all adopted animals, the problem persists, especially for felines.
In an effort to curb this problem, F.R.A.S. will offering to help those who are low income and cannot afford the cost of spaying or neutering their cats.
If you live in Oneida County and are on disability, food stamps, food pantry recipient, etc., you can get your cat/cats fixed for a co-payment of just $5.
F.R.A.S. will pay the rest and also provide a combo shot if needed. All surgeries will be performed by The-Fix-Is-In.
For more information and to receive one or more coupons, call 715-362-7382. Please leave a message. This program is for a limited time only. Help us make a difference.