Next TNR cat clinic coming up April 13

Buddy Hall
Buddy Hall

Since Dr. Roland Hall DVM and the crew at the Bonners Ferry Veterinary Clinic began their TNR (Trap, Neuter, Release) Cat Spay and Neuter Clinic in October, more than 120 ferals cats have been fixed and will never again contribute to Boundary County’s burgeoning feline population. They’ll be adding to that number at their next TNR clinic on Saturday, April 13.

Feral cats caught anywhere in Boundary County can be dropped off in the live catch trap they were captured in at the clinic’s back door, 6657 Main Street, Bonners Ferry,

The cats will be spayed or neutered, have an ear clipped and be ready for pickup at 12:30 p.m. and release to the area from where they were captured.

To make an appointment and let them know how many cats you’re bringing in, call (208) 267-7502 to set an appointment, to learn more, call that number and ask for Lydia.

Dr. Hall started the clinics after the passing of his office cat and companion Buddy Hall, pictured.