Community Cat TNR
Last year more than 1,750 spay/neuter surgeries were performed at St. Hubert’s veterinary clinic. Through partnerships with local veterinarians, St. Hubert’s also subsidized more than 1,000 low-cost spay/neuter surgeries for community cats.
Spaying and neutering helps curb pet overpopulation and prevents more homeless animals from entering shelters. It also helps to keep dogs and cats healthy by reducing or eliminating the possibility of uterine infection, mammary tumors, prostrate problems and certain types of cancers. Neutering male dogs and cats also eliminates the urge to seek out females in heat, reducing the risks associated with free-roaming animals.
Low-cost vouchers for community cats
Feeding an outdoor cat is kind, but just isn’t enough—PLEASE take the next step and spay and neuter! St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center is proud to partner with participating veterinary hospitals to help reduce the number of homeless kittens born this spring. Join us! Together, we can help fix New Jersey’s cat overpopulation problem.
Vouchers can be purchased from St. Hubert's $50 by residents who are caring for free-roaming community cats. Vouchers cover spay/neuter procedure, rabies vaccine, microchip and mandatory eartip for any outdoor cat who relies on you for care. Vouchers are valid for one month after purchase, and can be redeemed only at participating veterinary hospitals or at St. Hubert's clinic at the Madison campus.
Will you "vouch" for a community cat? Your gift of $50 will enable us to provide a voucher, and assist with trapping and transportation if needed.
Please call St. Hubert's to find out more about low-cost spay/neuter vouchers.
MADISON ADOPTION CENTER
575 Woodland Avenue
NORTH BRANCH ADOPTION CENTER
3201 Route 22 East
North Branch, NJ
NOAH'S ARK ADOPTION CENTER
1915 Route 46
Ledgewood, NJ 07852