ADLA’s Spay Neuter Hotline has already sterilized over 11,000 cats this year through Trap Neuter Return, but we are just warming-up! Check out all of this month's upcoming events here!
Due to fluctuating rates and continuous specials, we, Spay Neuter Hotline, are unable to provide you with up-to-date prices, on all locations. Please use these tips when searching for information on vaccinations for your dog & cats.
$5 Rabies Vaccinations:
North Central Animal Hospital
20 W Dunlap Ave (NW Corner of Central & Dunlap)
Phoenix, AZ 85021
*Please call for an appointment &
The Livestock Cruelty Bill HB 2587 passed out of the House committee, despite more than 100 people attending to oppose it! It is scheduled to be heard on the House floor tomorrow. In the meantime, a similar bill was introduced in the Senate and rushed through the committee process. SB 1267 is also headed for a vote by the full Senate.
At last count, only 83 Mexican gray wolves persisted in the wild. The wild population is at tremendous risk due to its small size and genetics. But there are three bills in the Arizona Legislature that could push this tiny, critically endangered population of wolves even closer to extinction. Two of these measures will be voted on by the entire Senate on Monday. Read more
Arizona Legislators have just introduced a devastating 'ag-gag' bill that would criminalize whistleblowers who expose animal abuse on factory farms, auctions, or slaughter facilities. The bill also weakens cruelty laws for livestock, including horses, and completely removes all protections from cruelty for poultry.
Every spring thousands of homeless kittens come into animal shelters in Maricopa County. Most do not get out alive. Before temperatures rise and cats go into heat, the Spay Neuter Hotline is asking people to stop procrastinating. Get pet cats fixed, and also take advantage of ADLA’s Trap Neuter Return program to sterilize outside cats. Some female cats are in heat this month, and the number will increase in February.
On December 3rd, ADLA representatives traveled to Pinetop for the US Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS) public hearing on its Mexican gray wolf proposals, along with many other wolf supporters. The meeting was held in the wolf recovery area, and it was expected that wolf opponents would pack the conference center. However, many wolf advocates turned out in large numbers, and held a strong presence throughout the hearing.