Cats are polyoestrus, meaning they can have many heat cycles per year. They can come into heat as early as 4 months, stay in heat an average of 7 days, and if not bred, can continue to go in and out of heat for 2-3 wks until bred. 

      SPAY & NEUTER YOUR CATS!

 

Check below for more resources and interesting reads:

 

http://www.expertise.com/home-and-garden/pet-safety-guide

Humane Society of the United States: www.hsus.org

Puppy Mill Information: www.stoppuppymills.org

SpayUSA: www.spayusa.org

Alley Cat Allies: www.alleycat.org

For teens: http://www.humaneteen.org/

For kids: http://www.kindnews.org/

 

 

Kittens are best left with mom until 8 weeks of age.

 

When kittens become orphans their chance of survival decreases.

 

Chances of survival decrease further when entering a shelter setting. Losing the benefit of having a mother, along with the stress and exposure to diseases makes staying healthy a challenge. Many times the best a shelter can offer is humane euthanasia to orphaned kittens.

 

Please give mom a chance to return to her kittens and then spay and neuter mom and kittens when they are weaned. 

Appointments

Call: 940-549-1692 Email: grahamhsyc17@yahoo.com                      

Contact Us

Humane Society of Young County

120 Craig Street

Graham, TX 76450

 

Phone: 940-549-1692

Fax: 940-521-0792

 

Mailing Address:

120 Craig St.

Graham, TX  76450

                                

Shelter Hours

CURRENTLY ALL HOURS ARE BY APPT ONLY

 

Monday, Tuesday,

Thursday, Friday

 

  11:00 am - 5:00 pm
 

Saturday

 Must have prior appt scheduled-no owner surrenders

 

Wednesday & Sunday

 CLOSED

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