February 13, 2019, Houston Humane Society neutered over 600 male cats today at the annual Fix Felix for free event. With the help of 7 veterinarians, 80 staff members and volunteers, the annual event was a huge success and every cat received excellent care.
These cats will no longer be able to contribute to the tragic overpopulation of feral and unwanted cats and kittens. According to research and statistics, we have prevented 708,060 kittens being born in our community, over a 5 year period.
We want to give a shout out to everyone who made this possible, including the Houston Humane
Society medical team lead by our Medical Director, Dr. Tony Malone and Dr. Kevin Scruggs. Also involved in this monumental accomplishment was Dr. Rigoni and her staff from All Cats Veterinary Clinic, Dr. Blue from Cy-Fair Animal Hospital and Animal Planets’ “The Vet Life”, Dr. Anderson, Dr. Mosely, and
Thanks also to the students from Prairie View A& M, Sam Houston State University and PIMA Veterinary Technician Institute. Of course we cannot forget our own staff and volunteers who also made this event possible.
Fix Felix for Free only comes around once a year, but Houston Humane Society’s Clinic offers low cost spay/neuter by appointment and Wellness services daily (no
appointment needed for vaccinations).
Vist us at www.houstonhumane.org or by phone at 713-433-6421 to make an
appointment for surgery and view our hours of operation.
HHS Medical Director, Dr. Tony Malone performing neuter surgery during the
Fix Felix for Free event.