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March 12, 2014

Rabies, microchip clinic to be held on March 22

SALISBURY —The Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society will be holding a rabies vaccination and microchipping clinic for cats and dogs from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 22, at the Hilton Senior Center, 43 Lafayette Road (Route 1), Salisbury.

The cost of the rabies vaccine will be $5 and the cost to microchip will be $20, which includes registration. Please bring proof of any previous rabies vaccines if you wish to get a three-year rabies vaccination.

All cats must be in carriers and all dogs must be on leashes. Please leave cats in your car while filling out paperwork. This event is open to anyone. For more information call 978-462-0760, email info@mrfrs.org or go to www.mrfrs.org

The MRFRS is a nationally recognized, non-profit volunteer-driven organization committed to ensuring the health and welfare of feral and domestic cats and kittens by promoting pro-active, compassionate, no-kill programs. The MRFRS has sterilized over 22,000 cats and kittens on its Catmobile since 2008. Since its founding in 1992 the organization has assisted over 55,000 cats and kittens. For more information, visit www.mrfrs.org.

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