Spay/Neuter Mobile Clinic

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Wednesday, July 17, 2013 - 7:30am - 5:00pm

Beginning at 7:30am, though a line usually begins well before, a mobile spay/neuter clinic of the Peninsula SPCA will be parked along San Francisco Ave. offering residents free "fixes" for their cats.  Surgeries are performed inside the vehicle by one of the SPCA's staff veterinarians; two additional staff are present at all times to assist.  Space is limited; admitting is first come, first served.  Pets should not eat past midnight, water is permitted.  Drop-off is between 7:30am - 9:00am, with these same folks returning by 5:00pm for pick-up.  The clinic is being provided to the City of Brisbane by the Peninsula Humane Society in conjuction with Rose Kitty Rescue and backup services by Nine Lives Foundation.  For more information, please call Peninsula SPCA Mobile Spay/Neuter Program Coordinator Marissa Magdaleno at (650) 340-7022, ext. 387.  If you would like to learn how to trap a feral cat for this invaluable service to our community, please contact one of the following people:

Rose Steubin (Rose Kitty Rescue) - (650) 302-5653
Karen Cunningham - (415) 860-4698
Kim Follien - (650) 303-7285
Dr. Stacy Weibley - (202) 365-2015