“Beat the Heat” in September $30 Package Deal for Cats

Source: Santa Barbara County Public Health Department

In an effort to promote responsible pet ownership and prevent accidental and unwanted litters of kittens, the Santa Barbara County Responsible Pet Ownership Alliance is holding its annual “Beat the Heat” spay/neuter campaign. The first 100 cats and kittens of Santa Barbara County residents signed up for spaying or neutering in the month of September will receive a spay/neuter, rabies vaccine and a FVRCP vaccine, all for $30. Microchips are available at a discounted price.

Did you know that one unaltered female cat can deliver up to 15-20 kittens over the course of one year? By spaying or neutering your cats or kittens, it will help prevent the birth of unwanted animals and decrease populations in our local animal shelters. The only way to solve this problem, is one pet at a time. If each of us does our part, we can be successful.

Take advantage TODAY and CALL one of the organizations below, as this $30 package deal will fill up fast!

  • SB County Animal Services, Santa Maria Animal Center, at 805.934.6968

  • Santa Maria Valley Humane Society, at 805.349.3435

  • Santa Ynez Valley Humane Society, at 805.688.8224

  • Santa Barbara Humane Society, at 805.964.4777

  • VIVA, at 805.735.6741

The Responsible Pet Ownership Alliance, a collaboration between Santa Barbara County Animal Services, Santa Maria Valley Humane Society, Santa Ynez Valley Humane Society, Santa Barbara Humane Society, C.A.R.E. 4Paws, VIVA, and the Santa Barbara County Animal Care Foundation, works to help Santa Barbara County pet owners be responsible by ensuring affordable spay/neuter services are available countywide.

Take advantage of our “Beat the Heat” program. To schedule an appointment or for more information, please contact the Project PetSafe Team, at 805.934.6968. 


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