This program, as part of a community cat diversion initiative and funded by the Joanie Bernard Foundation, will fund no-cost spay/neuter surgeries and vaccinations for community cats that will be ear tipped. Cats belonging to fixed income owners may also be spayed/neutered and vaccinated at no cost. All other residents may be charged up to a $20 co-pay for these services.
To be eligible for the program, an individual must be reside in Boone, Campbell, Carroll, Gallatin, Grant, Kenton, Owen, and Pendleton Counties. Click below for additional program criteria.
Who does the program benefit / What are the benefits
The aim of the project is to reduce the number of homeless cats in these counties by subsidizing spay/neuter services. The cost of spay/neuter surgeries can be an obstacle for pet owners below certain income levels, and this project aims to alleviate the financial burden of such procedures in order to reduce animal shelter intakes and the intact community cat population.
Providers Participating in the Program
|Provider Name/Website||Contact Person||Phone Number|
|Ohio Alleycat Resource and Spay / Neuter Clinic (OAR)||Devon Smith||513-871-0185|
|United Coalition for Animals (UCAN)||Melanie Corwin||513-721-7387|
|Humane Society of Oldham County||Michele Culp||502-777-0342|
|Bach Veterinary Clinic||Gregory Bach, DVM||859-356-8883|
|Heineke Veterinary Hospital||Barry Heineke, DVM||859-635-3783|
|Grant's Lick Veterinary Hospital||Brittany Peters||859-635-4138|
|Carroll County Animal Clinic||Clark Slone, DVM||502-732-9998|