Fix A Feline Challenge runs the month of March

Be part of the Fix a Feline challenge.  Your cat’s procedure now includes a microchip and more!

Between March 23 and 27, 2020 the City of Edmonton Animal Care & Control Centre (ACCC) and local veterinary clinics are attempting to spay, neuter and microchip as many cats as possible. By fixing and providing permanent ID, we hope to reduce unwanted cat litters while improving the chance a lost cat will make it home. Through this challenge we hope to complete over 400 procedures which will help prevent thousands of unwanted kittens from being born!  Call one of the challenge participants below for more details or to set up an appointment.

Animal Care & Control will be providing Edmonton based participants with pet identification microchips at no cost. The City of Edmonton is also proud to support the Alberta Helping Animals Society (AHAS) so that they can participate in this challenge.  AHAS’s goal is to provide this service for 20 cats that are loved by vulnerable members of our community. 

View the full Terms and Conditions

*** Role of Individual Participants. All individuals taking part in the Fix a Feline Challenge are responsible for booking appointments with a participating service provider directly to have their cats spayed/neutered and microchipped. Individuals also assume full responsibility for paying the costs of any spay/neuter, microchipping or other veterinarian services provided by a participating service provider.