In addition to the monthly clinic, vouchers can help you get those hard to catch and trap savvy cats at a time that is convenient for you. We currently have 20 participating vet clinics in Franklin, Wake, Johnston and Wilson counties.
Vouchers are $60 per cat and include surgery, ear crop, rabies and distemper vaccines and pain medication. Pain medication to go home with you will be at your expense. Vouchers do expire after 3 months. Vouchers can be transferred to another person or extended past the expiration date if you contact the Voucher Director.
There is also a way for you to donate vouchers for those that are unable to afford them, such as those on a fixed income.
There is an application process for free or subsidized vouchers that can be found on our Voucher page. Income requirements: $30,000 per household and below are free. If your household income falls between $30,001 and $40,000 the charge per voucher is $25. Anything above $40,001 is subject to the full $50 charge.
What We Do/What We Don't Do
What We Do:
Sterilize community cats
Give routine vaccines at the time of surgery
Permanently crop the left ear to indicate this cat is a community cat
Lend traps for humane trapping and transport (see Traps page)
What We Don't Do:
Sterilize pets or strays which are adopted by the finder
Accept cats or kittens for adoption
Participate in trapping for the purpose of killing or release to animal shelters
Trap and transport cats for you