A Trip to Remove Both Kibbles and Bits

A Trip to Remove Both Kibbles and Bits

By FieldHaven Feline Center

What you see in the picture above has a direct correlation with reducing the number of kittens born during the year. These Camp Fire cats, 55 in total, were all spayed or neutered last week thanks to VCA Animal Hospitals and VCA Charities.

A $20,000 grant is providing funds for spay/neuter, TNR, and medical expenses during our continued work in rescuing and reuniting Camp Fire cats. The funds from VCA Charities are part of a national California Fire fundraiser that included VCA Animal Hospitals from across the country. VCA Loomis Basin Veterinary Clinic is a valued FieldHaven partner making us especially thrilled to share this moment with their staff.

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