Volunteers from the Humane Society of Cedar Creek Lake will be at Kaufman County Animal Awareness Project (KCAAP) Spay Neuter Clinic, 102 East Trunk Street, in Crandall on from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Feb. 9 with cats and kittens for adoption — in conjunction with a KCAAP-run low cost vaccine clinic.
KCAAP generously provides the Humane Society with an adoption room at the clinic where cats and kittens are available for adoption 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday–Friday.
Felines featured on Saturday will include: black and white Tuxedos, Moxi, Sassy and Areena; black cat, Marcie; gold cats, Ollie and Taz; Calicos Mixie and Honey; and Tabbies Tot, Spud, Layla and Marbles; as well as others.
The Humane Society adoption fee of $65 cats/kittens or $100 for a pair of felines includes spay/neuter, age appropriate vaccines, worming and microchip.
KCAAP Spay Neuter Clinic’s low cost vaccination clinic will also run from 9 a.m to noon on Saturday. No appointments are taken — walk-in only. KCAAP accepts cash, Visa or Mastercard payments.
For a complete list of vaccines and costs of Heartworm and Flea prevention medications, please go towww.spayneuternet.org and click on Wellness Services. Note the special $5 off on complete dog or cat vaccination package at this event on KCAAP Facebook page, just $33.
Distemper outbreak is currently a problem for area dogs and cats with raccoons spreading this deadly virus. Read more about this at HSCCL Facebook page and www.wfaa.com.