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Operation Spay & Neuter

Site: Hawkesbury - Unpublished

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Contact Information
Office Phone Call or text 613-632-3467
E-Mail operationspay.neuter@gmail.com
Primary Contact Patricia (Pat) Bracelin, Founder and Owner
Alternate Contact Lynn Legault, Adoption Co-ordinator; Phone: 613-872-3062
Address & Map
Hawkesbury, ON
 
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Physical Access Not Applicable
Description & Services
Description (Service) Animal rescue service * no-kill cat rescue * low-cost spay and neuter services * manages the adoption of local cats 
 
Non-urgent owner surrenders: owners must pay the surrender fee and provide a copy of any medical records, cat carrier, medications (if needed), food and treats, dishes, blankets, bedding, toys, etc. 
 
Emergency shelter: cats can be held for free during cases of extreme emergencies until the owner returns home or is relocated into a new home * examples include flooding or other forces of nature, fire, loss of home, domestic violence, death of a family member, sudden eviction from a rental property (with proof of eviction), etc.
Hours There are no office hours
Areas Served Prescott and Russell United Counties ; In Quebec: Grenville, Calumet, Kilmar, Harrington, Brownsburg, Pine Hill, Lachute, Gatineau, Montebello, Point-au-chene * accepting cats from both Ontario and Quebec in areas within one hour from Hawkesbury
Boundaries Prescott and Russell United Counties * Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry United Counties * Grenville-sur-la-rouge * Argenteuil County * Brownsburg-Chatham
Eligibility No restrictions * low-cost spay and neuter services for low-income families or for anyone who adopts a stray, abandoned or feral cat * not available for pet-shop cats or cats purchased from a professional breeder
Application Fill out the Spay Day Application For and return it * for more information call or text at 613-632-3467, send an email at operationspay.neuter@gmail.com, or send a text from Facebook or Messenger
Languages English ; French - limited
Fees Service - spay and neuter services * cat adoption * owner surrender: $30 per cat or $50 for two or more (2020) ; None - non-emergency shelter during first two weeks of a crisis (boarding fees may apply after the two week initial period)
Other Details
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/OSNcats/
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 2012
Funding Fundraising ; Fundraising events * bottle drives "Empties For Paws"
Date Updated 12 Mar 2020
Subjects
Service Categories Pet Boarding/Sitting Services ~ Abused Men ; Pet Boarding/Sitting Services ~ Abused Women ; Pet Boarding/Sitting Services ~ Disaster Victims ; Pet Boarding/Sitting Services ~ Evicted People ; Pet Boarding/Sitting Services ~ Evicted People ~ Disaster Victims ; Protective Services for Animals ; Veterinary Services

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