Welcome to Fix Ur Cat!

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Fix ur Cat is a 501 C3 volunteer group aimed at the heart of the problem of cat overpopulation – uncontrolled breeding.

By spaying one female cat, you can prevent 60 live births.  Millions of unwanted and homeless cats are born in our country each year.  During the peak of the kitten season – from late April to September – kill shelters and control groups, kill unwanted and abandoned cats at the rate of over one per minute.  Others, even less fortunate, are left to wander – easy prey for larger animals, easy targets for automobiles and easy marks for cruel pranksters and fanatics. If they do survive these hazards and the elements, they soon attain maturity and bring forth five or six kittens, mostly females. Low cost, easily accessible neuter/spay services are critical to stopping this vicious cycle.

 

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Shoe Fundraiser

Shoe Drive Complete! 110 bags. Thank you to Lee Wilson for sorting, banding, and storing all those shoes. Thanks also to the many people and organizations that supported us, including: Daisy Scout Troop 36883 , Angel Ridge Animal Rescue, and Washington Area Humane Society!

Thank you for helping us meet our shoe goal!

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Shop All Year Round With Amazon Smile

Fix Ur Cat is registered on the Amazon Smile website.

If you are not familiar with this program, it is pretty simple.

Go to www.amazonsmile.com choose Low Cost Spay Neuter Washington County.  this is Fix Ur Cat’s name that is registered with the IRS as your designated charity – and start shopping!

.5% of qualifying purchased will go direct to Fix ur Cat!

 

Happy Shopping and than you for your support!

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