November 7th, 2011 by RichmondBargains

If you have been thinking about adopting a cat, or spaying/neutering your dog, this is a great week to do it –

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Kitten Shower Feline Adoption Special

Today through November 9, all feline adoption fees at the Richmond SPCA are $25! We have lots of wonderfully affectionate, lovable cats and kittens looking for their forever homes, and we hope you’ll stop into our Robins-Starr Humane Center at 2519 Hermitage Road to fall in love with a great companion. All pets go home up to date on age-appropriate vaccinations, microchipped and spayed or neutered. Don’t delay – come meet your best friend today. Call 804-521-1307 for more details.

Free Microchip with Dog Spay/Neuter

The Richmond SPCA Smoky’s Spay/Neuter Clinic, the largest provider of spay and neuter surgeries in Central Virginia, has a special offer for pet guardians booking spay or neuter surgeries for their dogs. Submit a spay or neuter appointment request for your canine companion through our website November 5 through 11, and your dog will receive a free microchip the day of his or her surgery (a $20 value). Make your appointment request conveniently online at www.richmondspca.org/clinic.

Surgery fees range between $45 and $75 depending upon your dog’s gender and weight. Additionally, low-cost vaccinations and preventative medications are available for purchase the day of surgery. Protect the health and happiness of your dog by taking this important step today.

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May 10th, 2010 by Alison

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(Our previous cat Fredo, an SPCA alum)

While it’s difficult to put a price on the joy a pet brings, pet expenses can add up quickly, so take advantage of reduced start-up costs this week: Adopt a dog or cat from the Richmond SPCA for the reduced fee of $40 (regularly $95) through May 14. All animals are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on shots, and even microchipped!

If you’re not ready yet, but might be interested in adopting down the road, “like” the SPCA on Facebook or follow on Twitter to hear about future discounted adoption opportunities, as well as updates on the SPCA.

Last, a shameless plug because I love the SPCA: If you’re an animal-lover, definitely make the time to visit the cats and dogs at Robins-Starr Humane Center on Hermitage Road. It’s a beautiful facility that includes a gift shop, and my favorite parts are the two “catillion” rooms with 5-10 cats just hanging out 🙂

Related:
$1 Wendy’s Frosty keytags benefit SPCA

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