Free Spay and Neuter Clinic
The Molokai Humane Society thanks Juston Childs, MPD Animal Control Officer, for his informative and really important letter in the Aug. 31 issue. It covered the upcoming free spay and neuter clinic, and the importance of everyone contributing to controlling the pet population on our island. It also discussed the importance of microchipping to help pets safely and easily reunite with families, and the law of dog licensing, done at the DMV, which is discounted with proof of spay and neuter.
We would like to provide more details about our fast-approaching Greater Good clinic! It is scheduled for Oct. 4-6, Fall Break for most schools. It is for pet dogs, pet cats and feral cats.
Feral cats in your area? Pick up some traps at the Molokai Humane Society and contribute to the solution. Catch and release is humane and proactively addresses the problem. Instructions will be provided.
All animals will get a spay or neuter, vaccine, flea and tick preventatives, wormer, and a microchip – all at no charge!
We will only be able to have more free clinics if we demonstrate a need for them. The more people that take advantage of this opportunity the better!
Call 558-0000 to reserve your space and get instructions and times.
AC and Glenn Quackenbush, Penny Dearborn of HARF Maui, Matthew Goodrich, and Laura Peterson
Molokai Humane Society
Board of Directors