Free Sterilization for Stray Cats
Planned PETHood in Duluth awarded grant to spay/neuter/release 1,000 free-roaming cats for free.
Planned PEThood of Georgia Inc., a low-cost spay/neuter clinic for cats and dogs in Duluth, has received a grant from Petsmart Charities to sterilize 1,000 free-roaming cats in Duluth for free.
Planned PEThood will celebrate the launch of the TNR (Trap-Neuter-Release) program for free-roaming cats in ZIP Code 30096 Thursday, Aug. 23, with refreshments and information. Volunteers are sought to help with the project.
No appointments are necessary for free-roaming cats, and they can be brought to Planned PEThood at 8 a.m. Monday through Thursday. The cats will be spayed/neutered, vaccinated for rabies, and receive an eartip. There are an estimated 46,000 free-roaming cats in Gwinnett County, according to Planned PEThood.
Planned PETHood is located at located at 2860 Buford Hwy., Bldg. F, Suite 2. For more information, call 678-561-FIX1 (3491).