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The Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project's Seattle clinic will be hosting "Sexless in Seattle" this coming weekend. It's a two-day event — Saturday and Sunday — during which the clinic will open its doors to offer free spay and neutering services for 200 cats.

The event is tied to the fifth annual National Feral Cat Day. Since 1997, the nonprofit organization has altered almost 20,000 cats to help reduce the population of homeless cats in this area and curb the increasing number of pets euthanized by area animal shelters.

"By altering homeless cats, we are focusing on prevention, which is the most effective and far reaching in reducing the number of homeless cats," said project executive director Julie White.

Information about the clinic or the "Sexless in Seattle" project is available at 206-528-8125 or check online at