Saving lives through prevention.

$10 a Tom

$10 a Tom

$10 a Tom cat neuter certificates available in July

While supplies last! 

 SOLD OUT

$10 a Tom certificates are SOLD OUT as of Tuesday, the 17th. We sold twice as many certificates as we usually do during this campaign in half the time. We are unable to print more since SNYP subsidizes these certificates and we have spent our budget. Please remember, SNYP offers many programs 365 days a year.  Click here for a list of our programs.

WHAT:

SNYP is offering $10 cat neuter certificates throughout July.  Certificates are sold at Grange Co-op stores throughout Jackson County. The certificates can be redeemed at any of the participating veterinary offices listed on the back of the certificate.

All male cats must be tame to qualify for the program.


 

WHY:

SNYP has organized this campaign to bring public awareness to the importance of fixing male cats. Fewer than 30 percent of the animals SNYP assists are males, but the number of kittens surrendered at local animal shelters is staggering – and unfixed tom cats are one of the biggest causes. 

Since male cats are always ready, willing and able they can breed year round – causing hundreds of offspring in just one season.


 

WHERE TO PURCHASE:

Beginning JULY 1st, the special CAT NEUTER certificates can be purchased at:

  • South Medford Grange Co-op, 2531 S. Pacific Hwy, Medford (541) 772-4730 SOLD OUT
  • Central Point Grange Co-op, 225 S Front St., Central Point (541) 664-6691 SOLD OUT
  • White City Grange Co-op, 8205 Crater Lake Hwy, White City (541) 830-0015  SOLD OUT
  • Ashland Grange Co-op, 421 A. St., Ashland (541) 482-2143 SOLD OUT

 

WHO TO THANK:

The success of SNYP’s programs is dependent solely on the generous participation of the Rogue Valley’s veterinary offices. We appreciate their willingness to offer reduced rates for our special time-limited seasonal campaigns.

 


 

HOW TO HELP:

Help spread the word!

Download a flyer and post at your workplace, church, gym, grocery store…you get the idea.  The more people who know about this lifesaving offer, the more lives we can save.

Download a flyer here.

 

 

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