Fundraising & Events


Spay-ghetti Supper is advance tickets only  $29 per person. Dinner tickets will not be available at the door.  Tickets can be purchased at the Lady Hammond Animal Hospital (cash only), from Spay Day volunteers, or by email to     We accept e-transfer. This will be an evening of good food, fun and games.

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April 18, 2020 – Spring Geequinox – Halifax Forum

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Tickets on the Cat Toy & Accessory basket are $2 each or 3/$5. Draw date is Sunday, April 26th at the SaltScapes Expo, Exhibition Park.  Tickets will be available at all our events until the draw date and from Spay Day volunteers.  Licensed #  AGD-303839-20


DARTMOUTH HANDCRAFTERS GUILD CHRISTMAS CRAFT SHOW, October 23-25, 2020 Dartmouth Zatzman Sportsplex


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  •  Lady Hammond Animal Hospital
  • Atlantic Cat Hospital

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2020 PetSmart Charities
National Adoption Weekends

June 5 – June 7
Sept 18 – Sept 20
Nov 6 – Nov 8



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3 Responses to Fundraising & Events

  1. Becca says:

    Hello/To Whom It May Concern,

    My younger brother has a young (2-3 years old) indoor, female cat that comes into heat every 2-3 weeks for a week or so each time. He has a 2 year old girl, and just had a baby boy less than a month ago. His wife is on reduced income maternity leave (and is at home all day with the kids and the cat) and although my brother earns decent money, he is left paying extremely high rent ($1,600) heating (over $500 per month on wood, oil, etc.) and gas bills ($250 per week just commuting to work), not to mention the expense of diapers and formula! They barely have enough food to feed themselves and often have to borrow money from our parents and grandparents, who are retired and on a low, fixed income, in order to meet their car/insurance payments. The cat gets very aggressive with their toddler when she is in heat (and is quite annoying, with loud meows… and she rubs her genital region all over anyone who pays her attention… “lol”) and they have recently been talking about “opening their door and setting her free”… because she is annoying when in heat but they cannot afford the extreme cost of a regular spay procedure. What help might be available to them, before they resort to extreme measures? If they cannot get her spayed for free/cheap, what would be the proper surrender process? (Please excuse my ignorance, but I’m not a pet owner, so I have zero experience with this…)

    • They can fill out an application to have her spayed here on the website. Please make sure you include ALL info. There is no fee for low income applicants. If they want to surrender her, please send us an email and we can make arrangements to take her in. She will be vetted and adopted into a good home. If they are struggling to feed themselves, it may be one less thing to worry about for them.

    • We can take the cat in our adoption program. She will be fully vetted and we will find her a good home. Otherwise they can download a spay/neuter application from the web page and send it in. But sounds like they have their hands full with a new baby and young kids so it might be wise to let us take her for adoption. All the info is on the web page. Best to reach us by email.

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