Humane Society of Great Falls to Host Low-Cost Clinic

Keeping our pet's safe and healthy is always a concern for fur baby mom and dads.  However, sometimes the cost of those visits with our vet can stretch the budget to its very end.

That is where the Humane Society of Cascade County steps in to help.  And just in time for the late spring and early summer they are set to offer those services for those pets and owners in need.

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HSCC Helping Make a Difference for Our Pets and Owners

The Humane Society offers low-cost spay and neuter services for pet parents in need and people caring for cat colonies.  They offer two different low-cost spay/neuter clinics each year in May and August.

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The HSCC also teams with local veterinarians to help with services outside of the clinics.  They can even provide transportation in some cases to help your pet arrive safely and get back home to you.

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Help Is Coming for Pet Owners in May of 2024 to Great Falls

If you are a pet owner that needs help with getting your fur baby in for a spay or neuter, the next clinic is coming up on May 11th and 12th of 2024.  This is for low-income pet owners, and/or for large groups of cats.

To make your appointment, there are several different options available:

  • If you have MORE than 5 cats, wild or tame, call 406-781-6219. They have a separate program for these colonies, so please call NOW. As soon as the weather is warm enough, they will begin. Traps are available to borrow. Experienced volunteers will help you.
  • If you have 5 or fewer cats, wild or tame, call 406-452-7729.
  • If you have dogs, OR BOTH dogs and 5 or fewer cats, call 406-231-4722.

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20 Exotic Pets You Can & Can't Have In Montana

Lions, tigers and bears oh my! What does Montana consider an exotic animal? Check our gallery for 20 crazy pets you can and can't own in the state.

Gallery Credit: JD Knite

Everyday items that our pets love more than their expensive toys

We spend a fortune on brand new toys for our pets. Chances are that they will completely destroy those at some point. But before that destruction happens, there are some normal, everyday items that we have in our homes that our pets would rather play with. The best thing...these "toys" are usually way less expensive.

Gallery Credit: Jessica Williams

Toxic Flowers to Keep Away From Your Pets

Though pretty, these flowers are prone to cause issues with dogs and cats, so if you're thinking about gifting one of these to your special someone, make sure you don't let the animals get to them!

Gallery Credit: Maria Danise

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