WATERVILLE — The Center for Wildlife Health Research recently received grants from the Sewall Foundation and Maine Community Foundation to support low-cost spay/neuter in Waterville and the Hancock County region this fall.

Cat owners of Waterville, Benton, Clinton and Hancock County can now have their cat fixed for reduced fees ($30 or free for people who qualify for a voucher) at Community Spay-Neuter Clinic’s new mobile spay/neuter clinic. Saturday clinics will be held through the fall. For information, call 865-0772, or visit communityspayneuterclinic. com.

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