When I brought home a sweet little kitten from a friend's litter this past Christmas, I had no idea how fecund cats are. I thought that waiting until she was 6 months old to get her spayed was the healthiest thing to do, but Vesper managed to escape the house and get knocked up before that time. Long story short, I now need to get Vesper and her two daughters spayed!

Where would you recommend I take them? Cost is a concern, but I don't want to take them anywhere that could be unsanitary or too fast-paced. Thanks!

Views: 11

Replies to This Discussion

I love Dr. Walker at Albuquerque Cat Clinic. However, Spay & neuter is universally expensive. VetCo is a about as cheap as you can get for $89.00. If you are low income, Animal Humane can do this for very little, but only if you qualify as low income. If they are outside feral cats, you can have them done by Street Cat Companions for a small donation ($15.00-$20.00), but if they are family pets, then I suggest a regular Vet.

RSS

Connect with Us!

Albuquerque's Community Forum

Locally Owned Pet Supply Shops 7 Replies

Started by Sophie. Last reply by Kathleen "Kat" Wruck Sep 23, 2014.

Feline Vet Recommendations 4 Replies

Started by Wayne Ellis. Last reply by Karl Horak Mar 9, 2014.

2 brother cats need a good home

Started by Peggy Spencer Jan 1, 2012.

Where to Spay? 1 Reply

Started by Kelsy Dotson. Last reply by Marta Aug 15, 2010.

Latest Activity

Kill Greedy posted events
6 hours ago
Mary O Connor is now a member of Duke City Fix
7 hours ago
Profile IconDuke City Fix via Facebook
Thumbnail

Woo hoo to one awesome Burquena, Alma Rosa!

GO Magazine - 100 Women We Love

gomag.com

Here’s to this year's class of the women who inspire us,…

See More
Facebook8 hours ago · Reply
misterhinkydink commented on Brian Fejer's blog post #TBT - The Duke City
11 hours ago

Regular Features

Anyone can blog on the Duke City Fix, but here are the folks who blog most often:

© 2016   Created by Duke City Fix.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service