Please pick up a spay/neuter voucher at the Cat House McPherson shelter, located at 201 S. Elm St. in McPherson. These vouchers are good for $47 toward the cost of a spay or neuter surgery at any of these McPherson veterinary clinics:
IF YOU ARE A RESIDENT OF THE CITY OF MCPHERSON:
The pet owner is responsible for any charges exceeding this amount. Also, please be aware that most vets will not perform surgery on an animal unless he/she is up-to-date on rabies and distemper vaccinations. The pet owner will be responsible for any costs associated with these vaccinations.
1. You must live within McPherson City Limits.
2. The vouchers are valid for cats only.
3. The voucher must be presented to the veterinarian at the time of payment.
At Cat House, we believe that all cats deserve a safe, loving home free from abuse or neglect, and delight in uplifting the joy of cat rescue and cat ownership.
We offer a shame-free rehoming experience, free spay and neuter vouchers to cat owners, and a trap-neuter-release program for cats found on the street. Our shelter is located in a converted church building that provides cats and kittens enough space for optimal health. Thanks to the dedicated work of volunteers and foster families, we rarely have to turn a cat away.
Formerly known as McPherson County Humane Society, Cat House is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We are proud to be a no-kill organization and will euthanize only if medically necessary.
About CAT HOUSE
Cat House is 100% funded by donations and grants. Every dollar counts and we rely on the generosity of the community to sustain our operation.
Rehoming Your Cat
Let’s work together to find a new home for your cat, with a minimal amount of stress. Please fill out this form as completely as possible. In addition to the information requested, good pictures are vital to a successful placement. Please include at least one (preferably 2-3) bright, non-blurry images of your cat so that we can promote him/her on our facebook page. If you need to rehome multiple cats, please fill out a form for each one.
McPherson has two great resources for dogs in need of care.
If you need to rehome your dog, we highly recommend the McPherson Animal Shelter (for McPherson city residents) or Heartland Veterinary Clinic (for McPherson County residents who live outside of the city).
By the Numbers
Reporting Abuse & Neglect
K. S. A. 21-6411 – 6418; 21-5504
The Kansas anti-cruelty statutes define cruelty to animals as knowingly killing, injuring, maiming, torturing, burning or mutilating any animal. Also included as cruelty are abandoning any animal, failing to provide food, horse-tripping, and poisoning any domestic animal, unlawful disposition of animals, dog and cock-fighting. Cruelty to animals may be a misdemeanor or a felony. Exceptions are made for such things as veterinary practices, research experiments, rodeo and farming practices, euthanasia, and pest control. It is also illegal to allow a dangerous animal to run at large or to engage in sodomy with an animal.
McPherson County Sheriff’s Office: 620-245-1225
Also see these links for more information about animal welfare and laws in the state of Kansas: