Community / Neighborhood Cat Program
CCHS will pay for the cost of spay/neuter of neighborhood strays, or community cats as we call them. We also pay for a rabies shot for each cat.
We generally have traps available to loan. We provide instructions on how to use them.
People taking advantage of this program need to call 541-265-3719 and advise us where your colony is located, how many are in the colony, and what vet you will be using.
Talk to your vet to find out any restrictions they might have on accepting community cats (i.e. days/ hours).
Your call will be returned generally the same day (week days). Please talk with us first to get instructions before you trap the cat(s).
This is a program designed for people who want to be responsible pet guardians and have their pets altered.
Call 541.265.3719 and leave a call back number.
A volunteer will call you generally the same day (week days) and work with you to make the cost of spay/neuter affordable for you.
When an owner is faced with large vet bills, CCHS tries to help to the extent we can. While we can't pay the entire bill, we do allocate funds for you to get your animal into a vet to see the depth of what it will take to handle the condition. Depending on the outcome of that, we may be able to provide additional assistance. Call 541.265.3719. A volunteer will call you back generally the same day (week days).
Vet Medications - Flea Meds/Rabies Vaccinations
This program is done on a case-by-case basis and has been established to provide flea meds to pet owners who are experiencing a temporary shortage of funds.
We need to know:
1. The address to mail the flea meds to
2. If your pet is a cat or dog.
3. The approximate weight of your pet.
So that we can make our supply of flea meds stretch to help as many as possible, they are not available on a continual basis for the same owners.
We have added providing rabies shots for cats and dogs. Rabies used to be non-existent in Oregon but that has changed in recent years.
Call 541-265-3719 and your call will be returned generally the same day (week days).
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Report Abuse or Neglect
REPORT ANY ABUSE OR NEGLECT OF ANY ANIMAL !!
Call dispatch at 541-265-4231 and ask to have an Animal Services Deputy call you back.