Today’s Virginian-Pilot includes our print advertisement about community cats:
Free and low-cost spay/neuter is available for outdoor cats.
Female cats can become pregnant at 5 months of age and will mate with their offspring to produce hundreds of kittens over a short period of time. Finding homes for litter after litter is not a long-term solution, and with 3 out of 5 cats being put down, shelters are not a good option either. The cost of an outdoor cat spay/neuter is not much more than a large bag of cat food – which is what you’ll need a lot more of if you don’t fix them.
Please, make things easier on the cats, your neighbors, our shelters, and you. Fix the cats you feed.
To schedule a spay/neuter: