Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League to Host Spay Day Tuesday, February 26th

Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League will offer free spay and neuter surgeries on Tuesday, February 26, 2019.  This event is open to domestic cats belonging to all residents of Palm Beach County, Florida. Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League's goal is to spay/neuter a total of 200 owned cats this day.

Peggy Adams is working hard to help end euthanasia due to pet-overpopulation by providing affordable services to Palm Beach County pet owners.  In addition to being spayed/neutered, each cat will be given a FVRCP+CH vaccine, Rabies vaccine, and will be microchipped. Palm Beach County Ordinance 98-22 requires cats to be spayed or neutered and microchipped by four months of age unless medically contraindicated. All cats participating in this event will be microchipped unless they already have a microchip.  Pain meds and e-collars are strongly recommended and available for an additional charge.

Pet owners can submit an application and review pre and post-surgical instructions online at
Applications must be received by noon on Monday, February 25, 2019. Check-in time is 7am - 9am; Check-out time is 5pm. Cats must arrive in a secure, size appropriate cat carrier; no cardboard carriers; and one cat per carrier.

"There are so many reasons to have your pet spayed or neutered," said Dr. Beth Keser, Director of Medical Services at Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League. “Most importantly, it’s a known fact that pets who are spayed or neutered live longer and healthier lives. From a community perspective, if we can stop the pet overpopulation issue in Palm Beach County, this would have a direct impact on the number of animals that enter shelters each year. Spaying and neutering is the only permanent, 100 percent effective method of birth control for cats and dogs. It’s proven to be the most effective way to control the pet overpopulation." 


About Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League

The Mission of the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League of the Palm Beaches, Incorporated is to provide shelter to lost, homeless and unwanted animals, to provide spay and neuter and other medical services for companion animals, and to care for, protect, and find quality homes for homeless and neglected companion animals, to advocate animal welfare, community involvement and education to further the bond between people and animals. For more information, please visit

The League is an independent nonprofit animal rescue organization operating continuously since 1925.


Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League’s adoption center is open daily from 11am to 6pm. For additional information, please visit



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