PLEASE HELP US HELP THE ANIMALS
Make your Donation to the Neponset Valley Humane Society online right now through the Network for Good! Your donation is safe, secure, and private.
Sponsor a cat. Some cats just don't get adopted. Some are old. Some did not have the advantage of living among nice people when they were babies and so they are fearful. Some have medical issues. These cats still need a home and someone to love them. We are very fortunate to have foster homes who care for these cats for whom no one else wants to care. If you cannot adopt, maybe consider sponsoring one of these kitties.
Volunteer your time helping animals. We need your help! We need you to advocate for the humane care of all companion animals and feral cats.
Donate items: NVHS volunteers feed many foster cats as well as feral and neighborhood cats. We are always in need of cat food - canned and dry. Our cats are not fussy but they are hungry. If you are going to donate cat food, please stretch your dollar as far as possible and buy well-priced reasonable quality food.
Spay/neuter your own pet. Every year, millions of healthy adoptable companion animals are killed in overcrowded shelters in the United States due simply to overpopulation. Through responsible pet ownership and spay/neuter, someday every pet will have the loving home he or she deserves. You can be part of the solution by spay/neutering your own pet.
Poor Teddy was freezing, starving, dirty and so very sad when we first met him. He was a stray at a Senior Citizens Center. He was so afraid when he was outside.
Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic Schedule
Over 70% of cats entering shelters are killed due to overpopulation. Please be part of the solution - spay/neuter your pet and avoid accidental litters.
STOP (Stop The Overpopulation of Pets) CLINIC
Mobile Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic for Cats
Male Cat Neuter: $75 • Female Cat Spay: $85
Includes Exam, Spay/Neuter with pain medication, Rabies Vaccine w/certificate and Nail Trim
STOP Clinic Schedule
Stoughton DPW, 950 Central St., Stoughton - Wednesday, March 5 - Call 781 769 1990 for appointment
February is Spay/Neuter Awareness Month.
If you are struggling to afford to spay/neuter your cat, call NVHS at 781 769 1990. Help is available.
The STOP Clinic also goes to:
Brockton Animal Control (weekly)
Holbrook Animal Shelter
Hopkinton (At Baypath Humane Society)
Marshfield Animal Shelter
Plainville (At Paws of Plainville)
Quincy Animal Shelter - every Thursday
Secret Garden Pet Resort, East Bridgewater
View the current STOP Clinic calendar at http://www.thestopclinic.com/
Call 617 571 7151 for an appointment.
CURRENT EVENTS FROM THE NEPONSET VALLEY HUMANE SOCIETY
Events for 2014
1.) February is Spay/Neuter Awareness Month:
Pet overpopulation is 100% preventable through responsible pet ownership and spay/neuter.
Neponset Valley Humane Society (neponsethumane.org) a not-for-profit, no-kill humane rescue effort, is offering up to 50 free spay/neuters to cats in local communities in honor of Worldwide Spay/Neuter Awareness Month. These scheduled sessions will occur over several weeks throughout the spring. Interested cat and kitten owners can apply anytime during the month of February.
The sad fact is that there are more and more cats put out every year on the street because of unwanted litters. Most people don’t know that a cat can get pregnant as young as four months. Or that a free-roaming cat might have as many as three litters in one year with three to six kittens in each litter. These animals fight for survival on the streets and often continue to reproduce for many years increasing the already tragic cat overpopulation problem.
With the rescue organizations overflowing with unwanted cats and the feral population rising all the time, Neponset Valley Humane Society knows that the only way to control the problem is through spay and neuter efforts.
Many people in these economic times cannot afford this service, so in honor of the worldwide effort to remind people about the importance of spay and neuter, NVHS is offering 50 free spay/neuters to qualifying individuals.
To qualify, please call (781) 769-1990 or email us at email@example.com. NVHS relies solely on donations from generous givers and requests that only those individuals in financial need apply for this one-time opportunity. NVHS is an all-volunteer organization and every penny raised goes directly to care for the cats and kittens. We have no building and rely on fosters to house our cats until a permanent home can be found.
Worldwide Spay/Neuter Awareness Month is this February and is presented by The Humane Society of the United States and Humane Society International in partnership with animal welfare organizations, veterinary professionals, businesses, and individuals worldwide to shine a spotlight on spay/neuter as a proven means of saving animals’ lives. To learn more about Worldwide Spay/Neuter Awareness Month please see https://spaydayportal.humanesociety.org/.
Neponset Valley Humane Society gratefully accepts monetary donations and food for feral cats. To donate any items, please visit our website www.neponsethumane.org.
You can make a difference in the sad plight of thousands of homeless cats right here in our own local neighborhoods by participating in Spay/Neuter Awareness Month.
2.) Sunday, May 18 - 20th Annual Walk for Animals at Borderland State Park in North Easton
Sponsorship opportunities are available. We are currently seeking donations for raffle prizes and silent auction.
Please call 781 769 1990 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
3.) Sunday, September 14 - Annual Fun Run at Borderland State Park
4.) November - Annual Cat Food Drive