Sep
25
Sat
Low-cost spay/neuter clinic with Dr. Lori Duggan
Sep 25 all-day
Low-cost spay/neuter clinic with Dr. Lori Duggan @ Westampton | New Jersey | United States

You can get your pet cat or community cat spay/neutered through our partnership with Dr. Lori Duggan.

There will be no wellness or vaccine appointments at the Aug. 13 clinic. That clinic is solely for spay/neuter surgery for feral and pet cats.

If you want to have your pet seen at one of these clinics, please email friends.say.snip.it@friendsofbcas.org and provide:

  • your full name
  • preferred date
  • home address
  • telephone number
  • whether the animal is a pet cat or feral cat (dogs may have only non-surgical visits)
  • name of pet
  • gender of pet
  • age of pet
  • services requested
  • plan to bring any previous shots records with you.

We will then send you a confirmation email with the exact address and instructions.

Learn more about our Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Program.

Oct
9
Sat
Friends of BCAS at Burlington County Farmers’ Market @ Burlington County Agricultural Center
Oct 9 @ 8:30 am – 1:30 pm
Stop by and visit the Friends of BCAS volunteer table. We’ll be selling Big Dog 50/50 tickets, handmade masks, handmade toys and providing info about how you can help homeless pets in Burlington County. 
Oct
10
Sun
2021 Paw Prints 5K & Pet Fest @ Smithville Park
Oct 10 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
2021 Paw Prints 5K & Pet Fest @ Smithville Park | Eastampton Township | New Jersey | United States

Join us on Sunday, Oct. 10 for the 2021 Paw Prints 5K Pet Fest at beautiful Smithville Park in Eastampton. Visit our special race link to register.

Face masks may be required depending on county policy on the day of the event.

The timed off-road 5K course winds through a wooded trail and participants have the option to run or walk the distance. There is also a one-mile fun run. Teams and individual registrants are welcome. There are special discounts for first responders, healthcare workers, and school teams.

Besides the race and fun run, there will also be a pet costume contest, K9 demonstrations, games, raffle baskets, an adoption zone, vendors, and more. The event concludes with the Big Dog 50/50 drawing. Last year’s winner took home more than $25,000.

Proceeds will help fund advanced medical care, spay and neuter assistance, our TNR program and foster care. Everyone is encouraged to ask the animal lovers in their lives to contribute to the cause because we all believe that homeless animals deserve loving homes.

With your help and our commitment, Burlington County will become a no-kill community for companion animals by 2025!

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