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Pasado’s Spay Station returns to King County

Pasado’s Safe Haven’s Spay Station, a state-of-the-art mobile spay and neuter clinic on wheels, returns to south King County on May 15.

The Spay Station will operate at the Regional Animal Services of King County Pet Adoption Center located at 21615 64th Ave South in Kent, on Wednesdays and Fridays.

Dogs must be at least 4 months old, arrive wearing a well-fitting collar and be on a leash. No dogs over 70 pounds, due to space limitations. Cats must be at least two pounds and arrive in a secure carrier, one cat per carrier. No appointment is necessary. Limit two cats and one dog per client. Do not give food or water after 10 p.m. the night before, except if your pet is under 5 pounds. Arrive at 6:45 a.m., pickup time is announced at intake. Please leave your pet(s) in the car until the coordinator tells you to retrieve them. Bring two bath towels per pet. The fees are:

male dog - $75

female dog - $85

male cat - $35*

female cat - $50*

*For a limited time only, cats are free for income-qualified south King County residents from Maple Valley, Black Diamond, Covington, Kent or unincorporated King County, paid for by South County Cats.

 

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