Humane Society thanks dog rescue donators, offers spay/neuter clinic

Recently, Steven and Auntie Dawn VanHassel came to visit the Humane Society and brought the dogs and puppies the cutest blankets that they made themselves. They are very pretty and soft, I know the pups will enjoy them especially when it gets colder. Thank you Steven and Auntie Dawn, that was very nice.

The dog rescue has some larger dogs that really need forever homes. These are beautiful dogs that would provide protection and would make great companions. If you hunt, hike, run, four-wheel or just like to play in the back yard, one of these could be just what you need. They just ask for food, shelter and love. Come and have a look at 150 W. Mesquite, Globe. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday.

Low-cost spay and neuter clinics Nov. 29 in Globe and Miami

The next spay/neuter clinic will be in Globe on Thursday, Nov. 29. Call Lissette at 928-961-5482, leave a message to get registered. She will call you back before the clinic date and answer any questions you might have.

Appointments are required for spay and neuter surgeries, make sure to call High Desert Humane Society volunteer Lissette at 928-961-5482 to ask whether appointments are still available for the on-site clinic in Miami on Nov. 29. Costs are $40 to neuter a male cat, $55 to spay female cats.

Prices for dog surgeries depend on the animal's weight: dogs under 40 pounds are $65 to neuter and $70 to spay; slightly higher for larger animals.

Call 928-961-5482 to reserve a surgery appointment; vaccinations will also be available, with no appointment necessary, during the clinic at the Miami Church of Christ, 735 W. Sullivan St., starting at 7 a.m.

Thanks to Globe High School students

The High Desert Humane Society Cat Adoption Center would like to give a big meow thank you to the GHS Students, the community, and the Hill Street Mall. The cats and the volunteers want to express our thanks for the wonderful donations of cat and kitten food, cat litter, towels and bedding, and other items. The donations will be a big help in keeping our kitties happy and well cared for.

High Desert Humane Society Cat Adoptions still has lots of beautiful cats and kittens waiting to find forever homes. The 1/2 price adoption fee for kittens six months and under, will continue for the rest of the year. For $30, you can adopt a kitten that has had its first shots and comes with a certificate for free spay or neuter when the kitten is old enough. All older cats have already been neutered.

We are located at 669 N. Broad St. We are open Wednesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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