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2017 Spay Neuter Vouchers for Cats Return Starting March 22

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2017 Spay Neuter Vouchers for Cats to Return Starting March 22

The City of Windsor once again is offering the 2017 Spay Neuter Vouchers Program for cats. This year’s $30,000 program was approved by City Council in the 2017 Operating Budget.

In an effort to reduce the number of homeless cats and number of cats euthanized in the city, 400 vouchers will be issued to sterilize cats.  The vouchers are valued at $75 each and will be available starting Wednesday, March 22, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. (Please note: 311 will not accept requests for this program prior to that time).

Vouchers for owned cats are reserved for low-income families.  A declaration of income will be required.  A maximum of 2 vouchers per household will be issued where the cats are owned.  For feral cat caregivers, a maximum of 2 vouchers per household will be issued with no income restrictions. In both cases, the applicant must be over the age of 18.

Vouchers are non-transferrable and expire on June 20, 2017. They may be redeemed at any participating veterinary clinic (list to be provided upon successful application).  Recipients must call and book appointments for spay/neuter services in advance.

Vouchers will be once again issued through the City’s 311 service. Interested residents should call 311 to inquire no earlier than 11:00 a.m. on March 22, and those who meet the eligibility criteria will receive their vouchers in the mail. Program details and updates will be available online.

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