“Fix Our Ferals” Reopens in Richmond

“Fix Our Ferals” Reopens in Richmond


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“Fix Our Ferals,”, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing spay-neuter services for all cats in the East Bay has re-opened after suspending services for a year.

A reopening celebration is taking place Saturday, June 17, noon to 2 p.m. at 12226 San Pablo Ave. in Richmond


“I have been a supporter of Fix our Ferals since I first volunteered at one of the MASH-style clinics over 10 years ago,” said Dr. Jean Goh, medical director. “There isn’t another clinic in the East Bay offering the quality service, care and focus on spaying and neutering that Fix Our Ferals is offering.”

The spay-neuter center is open four days a week – Sundays, Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays. The center is open to all individuals, animal welfare organization, and municipal agencies interested in spaying or neutering animals at a highly reduced rate.


For more information or to make an appointment or a donation, visit (510) 215-9300 or check out our new website –


  1. Alyssa Roddy

    8 January

    My Granddaughter has a male Chihuahua 3 years old .In the Richmond area. Are there funds to allow her to do this ? Alyssa Roddy (510) 245-2849. My name is Marcia Scudder had. My two cats spayed . Please call

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