Fix-It Days

  • Fix-it Day clinics are held at the Fredericktown Veterinary Clinic as a community service to help reduce cat overpopulation.
  • Pre-registration and pre-payment are required and space for these event is limited to two cats per household.
  • Drop-off time for the events is scheduled between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. Pick-up is between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.
  • For safety reasons, each cat must be in his/her own clean, plastic carrier or humane trap.
  •  If you have questions, please read our FAQs or call SNACK at 614-371-8996. Please DO NOT call the veterinary clinic.

We are planning to have our June 9 Fix-it Day at the Fredericktown Veterinary Clinic. Please follow the directions below.  Because of the coronavirus pandemic, our intake and discharge process have changed.

Location: Fredericktown Veterinary Clinic, 156 Columbus Road, Fredericktown, OH 43019

  1. Follow the signs for Fix-it Day. Please park in the east parking lot.  We will be using an entry door on the east side of the building, NOT the front lobby entrance.
  2. If you feel unwell, please stay home and call  SNACK at 614-371-8996. We can reschedule you and your cat for another  fix-it day.
  3. Clients must wear a face mask.
  4. At morning intake, come to the clinic at your assigned time slot. No exceptions.
  5. One client per cat.
  6. Cats must be in a secure, clean carrier or clean, covered humane trap. One cat per carrier or trap.
  7. We will mark six-foot distances on the sidewalk outside the clinic entry door. Please respect this distance. 
  8. If you request additional services for your  cat, such as a microchip, FeLV testing, or additional vaccinations  (other than a rabies vaccination), contact the clinic at 740-694-5926.  They will add those services and bill you as needed.
  9. Discharge is between 5 and 6 pm. Again, follow  face mask directives and social distancing caution. You will be given  discharge instructions at that time. If you prefer paperless  instructions, they are also posted here,
  10. Please exercise patience and respect for the volunteers, clinic staff, and one another! Thank you!