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Second Chance Offers Spay/Neuter Program
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 • Posted February 28, 2013

Second Chance - Mason Animal Rescue is excited to announce a no cost spay/neuter program for income eligible Mason County residents. 

All applicants must register with Second Chance and have an appointment scheduled for them at Hill Country Vet Hospital.  Rabies vaccinations will be provided at no cost if required. Feral cats are not eligible for the program.

The main goal of Second Chance this year is to encourage spaying and neutering of household pets in Mason County to reduce the number of unwanted puppies and kittens coming into the city pound.  Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor people who might not otherwise be able to afford it can now have their cat or dog spayed or neutered. 

This is a wonderful service for the community and Second Chance is excited to be able to sponsor this program. 

To register for the program, please contact City of Mason Animal Control Officer Audrey Morquecho at 347-2553 (Wednesday through Friday) or call Karen Welch at 347-6929 or Carol Kothmann at 347-5598.

This week’s pet of the week is Charlie, an orange adult shorthair cat.  Charlie may be grown but he still has a good bit of kitten in him.  Charlie loves to play with his cat toys and to hang out with people.  He is currently in a foster home but Charlie would love to find his forever home. 

Charlie will make someone a wonderful companion cat.  He is neutered and current on his vaccinations.  For more information on Charlie or any of the cats and dogs available through Second Chance please visit or our Facebook page.

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