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If your new kitten came from the shelter or a reputable rescue organization, then he or she will already have been sterilized, but there are still many ways that loving individuals come to adopt unfixed kittens – through Craigslist, acquaintances, a box in front of the grocery store, or a kitten that appears in your yard. For these cats, which likely come from unplanned litters, it’s up to adopters to stop the cycle of births through spay/neuter and also to provide their cats with the best care possible.
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FixNation Welcomes You to Our Saturday Wellness Clinic for Dogs and Cats!Located at 7680 Clybourn Ave., Los Angeles, CA 91352, the FixNation clinic is located close to the 5, the 101 and the 170, at the Northwest corner of the Bob Hope Airport.No appointment necessary for routine vaccines/microchips, etc. Please call/email in advance to schedule exam appointments.
Walk-in appointments and weekend hours are designed to accommodate busy schedules. No need to commit to a specific time, come anytime between 10am and 2pm every Saturday (excluding holidays). Low-cost services make veterinary care …
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Why should you come to FixNation’s vaccine clinics instead of the ones held elsewhere? Because all of the money raised goes directly to providing free spay/neuter for homeless stray and feral cats. So it’s win-win all around — it’s good for Fido and Fifi to stay up on their shots, it benefits the homeless cats in LA, it’s good for the community and last but not least, it’s good for your pocketbook.