Which clinic are you able to afford, $55 or $80?
How many cats for clinic:
County & Town where cats are located:
Are you able/willing to do your own trapping?
Are you willing to transport cat(s) to a clinic?
Do you have your own humane traps?
Do you have your own carriers?
Enter # of cats that are friendly and/or scoopable. ENTER 0 if None
**If you are choosing the $55 clinic, cats MUST be in a trap & ear tip is mandatory. No cats in carriers will be accepted upon arrival. Payment by check made out to: The Colony Caregivers or Cash at time of drop off for this clinic.
The $80 clinic will allow carriers & no ear tip, however, the cat must be friendly enough for staff to handle safely.
Payment by check made out to The Colony Caregivers, cash or charge card can be left at veterinary clinic.
# of cats that are feral. ENTER 0 if None
Ear Tip OK?
(Recommended if feral & returning to a colony.
Mandatory for $55 clinic, optional for $80 clinic.)
Enter any notes or comments in this area:
Client Forms for Phelps Veterinary Hospital
Is the expense for the surgery really worth it?
Yes! This is a one-time expense that will dramatically improve your pet's quality of life. If you are still uncertain whether or not to proceed with the surgery, consider the expense to society of collecting and caring for all the unwanted, abused, or abandoned animals being housed in shelters and rescues? most have little chance of finding permanent homes.
Having your pet spayed or neutered is a part of responsible pet ownership and an important investment in your pet's long-term good health
Client Forms for Seneca Lake Veterinary Care