Fredericton SPCA Has Precautionary Cat Wing Quarantine
Garfield, left, was adopted from the FSPCA through Animal Essentials where he kept many entertained. That means Pecan is on her own. Now is your chance to see Pecan and maybe find a home for her. She loves to sleep! Life is good.
Due to a recent virus outbreak at the Fredericton SPCA Adoption Centre, aa 14 day quarantine to ensure the safety of the cats in its care has been imposed.
Regrettably, the FSPCA cat area will be unavailable to the public until on or about July 2. Please note this is a precautionary action on the FSPCA's part. Should the quarantine be lifted at an earlier date, the public will be notified immediately.
The FSPCA will be unable to intake any stray cats or kittens at this time. However, the association can provide food and litter to families willing to hold the stray cat or kittens they have found and are in their care until the quarantine period is lifted.
The FSPCA will keep a running list of folks to ensure the cats or kittens are supported while in their temporary care home.
Option 2: The Oromocto SPCA is working with Fredericton to deal with this issue. The OSPCA is taking names of folks needing to surrender cats. If they are unable to immediately due to space restrictions they are putting folks on a list and are working through that list as space becomes available. Their number is 446-4107.
The FSPCA appreciates your patience and understanding during this period and thank you for your support. If there are any questions or clarity needed please e-mail the FSPCA at firstname.lastname@example.org
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