Please Be Patient with us! We are trying to help as many Owner Pets as possible BUT ...
Keeping with the guidelines of COVID-19 reopening and restructuring we are still limited to the number of animals taken to our scheduled clinics.
At this time, we are not taking applications until we get caught up with our shelter animals! We are sorry for any inconvenience.
You may experience a delay in getting a call back or you may receive a call to postpone your clinic to another day if we have urgent surgeries to be done on Shelter Animals.
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Note: Those who have requested and paid for clinics have been set dates and will be hearing from our staff to make all the arrangements.
We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to helping more in the near future!
Simcoe and District Humane Society Wants to help!
We want to assist Low Income households spay or neuter your pets. As well, those who have multiple barn cats.
When we have space in our scheduled clinics we will publish it on this page. Animals will be booked in order of request with payment (not including those booking early for babies or those recovering from illness or injury).
You must book an appointment and prepay for your appointment. When your appointment is confirmed, you will be given the dates for drop off and pick up. Please fill in the form below and a volunteer will be in touch before each clinic.
Your cat or kitten must be over 1.5kg.
Due to COVID-19 and trying to help our volunteers, Veterinarians, and other staff stay healthy and safe, Your cat/kitten must be dropped off 6:30 - 6:45am at the shelter 24 Grigg Drive, Simcoe the day of surgery and will be picked up approximately 6:30pm - 7pm the same day. Thank you for understanding!
YOUR CAT MUST BE IN A CARRIER when brought to the shelter.
All Ferals or Barn Cats MUST be in a live-trap
ALL CLINICS MUST BE PREPAID.
Your date will NOT be held or confirmed without payment.
Payments are non-refundable if you miss your clinic date and there may not be room in another clinic
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