Let's Save Lives Together!!
A community approach to solving pet overpopulation is the basis for the
unique partnership between Spay Neuter Indiana Pets, Inc, "SNIP" and the Animal Hospital of Martinsville, located
in southern Indiana.
Dr. Terry Maxwell has been known in the community as a caring and gentle vet since 1974. He
and the late Dr. John Thomas have cared for every type of animal imaginable, from family pets to farm and show horses.
Since that time he has performed tens of thousands of spay neuter surgeries. He also has a new partner, the energetic
Dr. Roger Johnson who has gone above and beyond for many local animal rescue groups in providing routine and emergency services.
Tonja Robertson, has been involved with animal concerns for over 20 years, namely working with special needs cats
and recently having been on the Board of Directors of the Humane Society. She has spent the past few months organizing and
incorporating a new spay neuter organization called Spay Neuter Indiana Pets, Inc. or "SNIP". She and
a group of dedicated volunteers will handle all presurgery duties, schedule appointments, collect payment, determine
financial assistance amounts, and will assist clients checking in on the day of surgery.
Realizing the overwhelming
number of pets in our area and the only solution being to prevent litters, this partnership has developed to offer
spay neuter surgeries at affordable prices, with financial assistance on a grand scale!
We have grant
money and other funds to help cover the costs of your pets surgery.
When: Upcoming dates will be announced shortly
Where: Animal Hospital of Martinsville, 392 South Main, Martinsville,
Indiana (1/3 mile
south of Martinsville Post office and
Courthouse). Look for the "Morgan County Community Cat Day"
sign right in front!
Cats are $50, Male Cats are $35, however if you submit
the financial assistance request form the cost is only $10.00
per cat for Morgan County residents, thanks to a grant from the
Community Foundation of Morgan County, Inc.
not accepting feral cats yet but will shortly!!
this time we suggest kitties be 12 weeks or older.
Important--Food and water must not be given after 10pm the night
before. If you have an outside kitty, he will need to be confined to be
certain he isn't eating or drinking after 10pm. Why no food or water?
Because he could vomit during surgery and could choke.
We will not perform declaws.
How to sign up?
Click on the link immediately below to register and send payment.
must sign up, prepay and be approved for any financial
you need PRIOR to the day of the surgery.
Morgan County Community Cat Day Sign Up