Attention all cat lovers! You’re invited to take part in a special event this weekend in effort to promote cat health and limit the kill rate of stray cats in communities around Los Angeles.
The no-kill animal organization Stray Cat Alliance is holding a free cat health clinic this Sunday to benefit the South Central L.A. community and their pets.
The event is open to residents of selected zip codes (see below) and will feature free vaccines, de-worming, flea treatments, spay/neutering and even free cat food to make sure your cuddly bundle of joy is healthy and happy.
Event details for Stray Cat Alliance free health clinic:
What: A one-day only event offering free health care for cats, including no-cost vaccines, de-worming, flea treatments, microchipping, spay/neuter and even free cat food; for the humans there will be free hot dogs, popcorn, cotton candy and face painting for kids.
Who: Stray Cat Alliance with Pet Care Veterinary Center
Who Should Attend: Residents of 90037, 90018, 90062, 90047, 90044, 90003, 90011, and 90007 with cats of their own, or who care for stray, feral, or free-roaming community cats.
When: Sunday March 10; appointments start at 8:00 a.m.; activities, food, and giveaways for the community begin at 11 a.m.
Where: Pet Care Veterinary Center, 2009 W. Slauson (just West of Western), Los Angeles CA 90047, 323-294-4030.
About: Stray Cat Alliance works for a no-kill nation, where every cat has a right to be safe, healthy and valued. Stray Cat Alliance performs no-cost Trap/Neuter/Return (T/N/R), advocacy and other health services, and run an adoption program in Southern California that has placed thousands of cats in homes.