On April 27, 2022

Let RCHS help you find homes for your kittens and puppies

Did you know that the Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) offers a “Spay The Mom” program? Even better, the program is simple and free! If you’re a Rutland County resident, and have a mom dog or cat with babies, you can bring the whole litter of kittens or puppies to us! In exchange, RCHS will schedule an appointment to “Spay The Mom,” as well as get her updated on rabies and distemper vaccines, all at no charge. The kittens and puppies will be adopted into loving new homes after being spayed and neutered. Please help spread the word if you know of a female cat or dog with kittens or puppies! For more info, please call the Adoption Center at 802-483-6700.

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