Officials with the Fort Defiance Humane Society are hoping that low-cost spay and neuter programs will lead to fewer cats running free in the county. They say that although they have an almost 100-percent success rate when it comes to adopting dogs, at least 60 percent of the cats that come in are euthanized. In fact, they say Defiance County is overpopulated by cats. In an attempt to address that problem, the humane society, in conjunction with the Hicksville Vet Clinic is offering a $10 male feline neuter on Friday, Oct. 16. The program is open to any male cats, because they say, targeting the male cats is important as one male cat can impregnate 20 females during the breeding season. 120 cats were neutered during a neuter session in April. The goal for Oct. 16 is 125–150. To make an appointment, visit the Fort Defiance Humane Society or call them at 419–658-2298.
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