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Spay and Neuter Solutions is proud to announce that we reached our goal, we provided financial assistance for over 20,000 spay/neuter surgeries during our 15 years existence.
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Officials with Pima Animal Care Center are advising those good Samaritans that want to help those 'abandoned' kittens, please don't.

"In most situations, staying with their mothers offers them the best chance at survival." Here are a few things to consider when finding kittens:

  • If there is a single kitten or two, it is possible that the mother is in the process of relocating them. She can only move them one at a time in her mouth.
  • If the kittens' bellies are rounded and feel warm/full, then their mother has recently fed them.
  • If the kittens appear sick (i.e. eye and/or respiratory infections, diarrhea) they may need to be removed from their mother's care for treatment.

You need to contact one of the participating clinics before trapping

Arizona Spay Neuter Clinic 520-624-5005

Altered Tails Barnhard Clinic 520-495-5900

Santa Cruz Clinic 520-889-9643 this is where cats needing extra medical care should be sent.

Spay and Neuter Solutions provides educational support and financial assistance to qualified owners for spaying and neutering their pets.
Please check out our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) pages about the advantages of spaying and neutering.
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Spay & Neuter Solutions is a nonprofit organization, whose primary purposes are to provide financial assistance for defraying the cost of spaying and neutering and to educate pet owners about the importance of these operations. (More...)
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