Pawsitive Outreach Spay/Neuter Alliance hosting spay/neuter clinic on March 29

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(Courtesy photo) POSNA is hosting an affordable spay and neuter clinic on Wednesday, March 29 in Newport.

NEWPORT — Pawsitive Outreach Spay/Neuter Alliance is offering an affordable spay/neuter clinic on Wednesday, March 29.

POSNA is partnering with the Spokane Humane Society and the Northwest Community Foundation to put on the clinic for dogs and cats.

Fees will be on a sliding scale with the normal co-pay being just $25 for either a male or female cat. The normal co-pay for dogs starts at $40 for small male dogs and goes by weight. For any pet owners unable to afford those minimal fees, they can be reduced to $15 for cats and $20 for dogs, thanks to the grant funds.

Vaccinations will also be available for just $6.00. In situations of desperate need, or where there are many animals involved, all fees can be waived.

“We are already getting animals that are in heat and pregnant, so please don’t wait till the stray cat that just showed up on your doorstep has kittens; call now!” said Kallie Beck, POSNA Animal Trapping Coordinator. “The biggest problems are caused by out of control situations that started with just one or two unaltered strays that turn into many dozens, seemingly overnight. With the grant funding and help that is now available, there is no reason for that to happen! POSNA will provide transportation to and from the clinic, loan carriers and help trap stray cats if needed.”

For more information or to book an appointment, call Cindy at 509-671-1427. And you can visit POSNA at: pawsitiveoutreach.wixsite.com/posna.

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