A mobile spay and neuter clinic that travels through various states offering the surgery for neutering cats at the usual cost of around 50 bucks to have your cat neutered.
Of course that's assuming that the cat is your pet.
They also have discounts available in line with the popular trap-neuter-release programs, where they will neuter feral cats for $20, but for the majority of cat lovers they would probably bring the cat in a pet carrier, rather than a live trap that's required in line with the T-N-R discount they offer.
Without the live trap they'd assume the cats your pet.
Still, even at the cost for a mobile spay and neuter clinic, there's surely going to be a lot of people interested in the mobile services from "The Neuter Scooter. Indiana residents have this available to them and the mobile surgery is already being expanded to include other districts as well. Oregon is also being covered along side various others that continues to be expanded upon.
Here's a list of places currently being served by the neutering cats spay and neuter clinic by The Neuter Scooter -
This is animal welfare at it's finest. A group of highly skilled individuals providing a spay and neuter clinic on the go.
Doing their part for animal control.
For folks that may find it hard traveling to a veterinary clinic, this is going to be an invaluable asset to communities. It's also likely to benefit the states served by "The Neuter Scooter". Indiana being one place where feral cats are pretty much the norm. Thus the need for more neutering cats services to be both available and easily accessible to the public.
In my own opinion, this is what's needed. More neutering cats clinics being accessible and priced where folks can contribute to animal welfare in more ways than just making donations to animal shelters. This can only do so much and unfortunately is never enough to put an end to cats being euthenized.
The need for the public to get involved is becoming critical, and with the mobile clinical services being available now and continuing to expand their reach, it's going to be easier for communities to get involved in the animal welfare issue by participating and having their cat neutered.