Originally Posted by Jazmynn
I've thought about spaying them but I kind of want them both to have a litter before I do so. Thanks for the information though
I will definately consider what you have said.
Jazmynn....I understand about your desires to allow them to each have a litter...however I have to agree with Jen. It would actually be a lot healthier for them to be spayed and there truly isn't a lack of kittens right now in any state.
As far as Garfield goes....he will keep hanging around (and so will other intact males) if you have intact females. The kindest thing to do is to borrow a humane trap and try to trap him so that he can be neutered. There are several low cost clinics in Indiana:
Spay/Neuter Assistance Program
Fort Wayne, IN
Spay/neuter assistance for pets of low income residents of Allen County. Proof of financial need is required.
Pet Neutering and Adoptions Services, Inc
PO Box 161
DeMotte IN 46310
FACE Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic
1505 E. Massachusetts Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46201
Low cost spay/neuter, vaccinations, testing, and heartworm/flea medications. FACE stands for Foundation Against Companion Animal Euthanasia. Services for ferals and pets.
Hendricks County Humane Society
Johnson County Humane Society
Humane Society for Hamilton County
Spay/Neuter Services of Indiana
Indianapolis and surrounding areas 317-788-6330
Humane Society of Indianapolis
Lower cost spay/neuter for pets of qualified low income people.
Humane Society of Morgan County
Low cost spay/neuter for pets of qualified low income people.
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Dearborn County Friends of Animals Inc
Harrison County Commissioners Project for S/N
Neuter Scooter North Central Indiana Spay & Neuter Clinic
A clinic in a van visits various locations in Indiana and Ohio and performs low cost s-n.