Spay/neuter vouchers are now available for individuals receiving government assistance and individuals with feral cat colonies. To qualify for a low income voucher, one must show proof of government assistance (unemployment, WIC, food stamps, etc.) to the veterinarian at time of service. The vouchers can be used by anyone to spay and neuter feral cats. The veterinarians will check to make sure the cats are feral. Feral cats will get their ears clipped. The vouchers will be available until funds ran out. The client fee for low income spay/neuter service is $10 regardless of the size and sex of pet. There is no fee for feral cats. The vouchers also cover the mandatory rabies vaccine. The vouchers also cover any additional fees for crytorchid neuter, heat or pregnancy, and umbilical hernia repair. Vouchers are available at Holland Veterinary Hospital, 601-928-9994 and Animal Care Clinic, 601-528-9993. Call the veterinarian’s office to schedule an appointment. The funds for these vouchers were granted to the Stone County SPCA from the Jack A. and Gertrude W. Wilson Animal Welfare Fund, part of the Gulf Coast Community Foundation.
The Stone County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, more specifically to provide humane care and treatment for all animals needing protection in the area served by the society; to seek to return lost animals to their owners; to seek suitable homes for animals without owners; to discourage cruelty to animals of all types; to influence public opinion with respect to care, treatment, and welfare of animals; to educate the public in all animal welfare areas; to promote spay/neuter programs as a method of animal population control.
Monday – Friday: 10am to 3pm
Saturday: 10am to 2pm
1989 Hwy. 26 West, Wiggins, MS 39577