Others even brought in trapped feral cats from their communities.
The 70 slots quickly turned into 83 as PAWS officers made a decision to accommodate all those who were able to register until 12 noon.
Each animal came with at least two or three family members or friends of family members who were curious about what a “Spay Day” was.
PAWS volunteers stayed late into the night and fed the animals who could not be neutered by 7pm. About twenty-five animals had to spend the night in PARC so that they could have the surgery at 12 noon the next day.
The owners were asked to come back for their pets at 6pm.
Dr Wilford Almoro, PAWS Shelter Veterinarian, headed the team of veterinarian volunteers who did the surgeries namely, Dr. Nielsen Donato, Dr. Danilo Hiceta, Dr. Aries Hapatinga with Dr. Maripi Diaz doing the “knock-downs” or anesthesizing of each animal.