Humane Society offers mobile sterilizations

 

Gordon Weeks

Members of the Humane Society of Mason County's new Mobile Animal Sterilization Hospital on Monday spayed and neutered 29 cats at the Veterans Memorial Hall in downtown Shelton.

Twenty-nine groggy cats lay in cages and carriers Monday afternoon inside the Veterans Memorial Hall in downtown Shelton.

The cats were awaiting the return of their owners after being either spayed or neutered by members of the Humane Society of Mason County’s new Mobile Animal Sterilization Hospital (MASH). The services are offered to low-income residents, with spaying and neutering cats $50 and dogs $100, vaccines and flea treatments for $10, and microchipping $20. On Wednesday, the team spayed and neutered dogs at the hall.

North Mason pet owners have the opportunity when the MASH team...



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