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LC-ARF! Officers

 

Marilyn Cook~President
Wendi Stafford~Vice President

Susan Kite~Secretary
Patty D'Amico~Treasurer 

Donna Roth ~Spay and Neuter

                     Clinic Coordinator

 

Board Members

Marlene Alley

Kris Brogren

Marilyn Cook

Patty D'Amico

Cara Heinrich 

Susan Kite

Josh Lamancusa

Richard Rapone

Donna Roth

Rochelle Shaftic

Wendi Stafford

Cassie Yeager
 

 

 

For More Information:

724 510-4952

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To report animal abuse in

Lawrence County:

 

Toll Free (855)870-8081

 

Lawrence County Dog Warden:

Renee Harding (412)584-5006

 

 

Dog Law Complaint Form -
To Report Illegal Puppy Mills & Other Problems
The LCARF will pay a $500 reward to anyone whose tip leads to the conviction of anyone running an illegal puppy mill in Lawrence County PA

 

Dog Fighting -
How To Spot It and Get A $5000 Reward

 

 

Attention Lawrence County Residents: Fix’N Wag’N is hosting a clinic in Lawrence County.

Spay and neuter slots are limited and female slots fill up FAST. If one of the dates listed below does not appear when scheduling online, that means it’s full for that specific gender of cats.

June 19th, 2024

Register at: https://bit.ly/fwclinics

Spay/Neuter package includes Rabies 1 year, 1st FVRCP booster, flea treatment, ear mite treatment, and a nail trim. Feral options are available at no charge ONLY for cats brought in humane traps.*

Additional services are available for an additional cost.

Payment is required in advance. There are no refunds offered for no-shows. We are able to accept cards or a money order.

Please view our full cancellation policy at https://bit.ly/fwcancellations

If you are unable to register on a computer or mobile device, please text or call (724) 201-9413 and a staff member will assist you. Pre-payment is still required. If no one answers, please leave a message and we will get back to you. People who do not leave a message will not get a call back.

Please make sure that you are registering for the correct location when scheduling.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
FREE STRAW - Lawrence County Animal Relief Fund has purchased straw to be distributed to Lawrence County residents for their outside dog or cat shelters to keep them warm and dry this winter. The straw can be picked up at the New Castle Public Works garage on Eastbrook Rd. Call first 724 656-3568 before 2:30 M-F, to pick up-please bring a bag or box with you.
 
About Us:

 

The Lawrence County Animal Relief Fund (LC-ARF) in a co-operative effort with local  veterinarians has already achieved the spaying or neutering of over 5,000 cats in Lawrence County, which would not have been done otherwise. We now want to pursue feral cat colonies and through a program referred to as Trap Neuter Return (TNR), humanely reduce the nuisance factor caused by such colonies. We altered over 1500 in 2016 alone!!!!!

 

 

Please help us achieve our goal, by making a tax deductible donation to LC-ARF. most places we use charge us only $90.00 to spay or neuter a feral cat. It is obvious to anyone who has taken their pets in for veterinary care, that $90.00 does not begin to cover the actual cost. You can help by sponsoring a feral cat to be spayed or neutered by sending a check to LC-ARF.

Trap Neuter Return (TNR) is the most humane way to manage the feral cat population. The feral cats are trapped using humane box traps. The cats are then veterinarian-checked, spayed or neutered, inoculated against rabies, and usually treated for fleas, ear mites, worms, minor bacterial infections and dehydration. Kittens and tame cats are adopted into good homes. Healthy cats, that are too wild too be adopted, are returned to their familiar surroundings under the ongoing care of a responsible caretaker. Cats that are ill or injured, beyond recovery, are not returned to their environment.

TNR is far more successful than the trap-and-kill programs for many reasons:

        •   It immediately halts the population growth in the colony that has formed around the food source.

        •   The population of that colony stabilizes, as the sterilized animals prevent the addition of new            animals and eventually the colony size decreases over time as the cats die off naturally.

        •   The nuisance behaviors commonly exhibited by the animals that haven't been spayed or neutered are eliminated when the animals are sterilized.

 

We at LC-ARF are trying to humanely eliminate the nuisance factor of feral cat colonies, but your financial help is needed. Please send you tax deductible contribution to:

 LC-ARF!
P.O. Box 8514
New Castle, PA  16107

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We have T-shirts and Tank Tops for sale. $12 each and $3 if you want shipped via USPS.  

 

Please Note we are currently only able to offer Low cost Spay and Neuter to Cats and NOT Dogs.

$90 Spay/Neuter
for Cats and Kittens!
Includes a rabies vaccine, FVRCP vaccine, (distemper) and flea and earmite treatment
 
​ONLY

​​90$

Valid 2024
EVENTS

 

 

Low Cost Spay Neuter Clinic's:

FIX'N WAG'N 2024 Schedule will be the 3rd Wednesday of EACH month.  We have switched to online scheduling and they do require PREPAYMENT

Our  spay/neuter cat clinics for 2024 run  monthly at the Lawrence County Cares Bldg., 708 W. Washington St. New Castle, PA. Your $90  payment includes a rabies vaccine, FVRCP vaccine, (distemper) and flea and earmite treatment when needed. Deworming medicine will be extra.  Please do not just show up; you must be on the schedule even if you have already paid. 

For clinics in Ellwood City please call Wendi at 724 674 8297.

 

Board Meetings :

Meetings are:

Typically at the Public Library at 6 pm

Please call 724 510 4952 if interested in attending.  

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