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Waggin' Wheelz Veterinary Services

(306) 554-9663

F.A.R.M. Cat Program

(Feral Animal Reduction Movement)

Dr. Kaylee and the Waggin' Wheelz team created the FARM Cat Program as a cost-effective way to combat feline overpopulation. As of Fall of 2023, 218 cats (136 males and 82 females) have been sterilized through the program since it's inception in May of 2018. 

Feline Population Pyramid


All About the FARM Cat Program

Our FARM Cat Program is designed to be cost-effective to encourage participation and is targeted at decreasing and managing feral cat populations. Each cat that is brought into the clinic to be sterilized will also receive a Rabies vaccination. To qualify for the program, the following criteria must be met:

     - must not be a household pet

     - must be from an area with feline overpopulation issue

     - must be at least 6 months of age and in good physical condition

     - must not be nursing kittens

     - priority will be given to local candidates

     To ensure this program is accessible to all, if you have previously participated in our FARM Cat Program, you will be placed on a waiting list. This gives others the opportunity to take part in the program and allows us to affect change in new populations of cats.

What is the difference between our FARM Cat Program and the way we do our typical spays and neuters?

When you bring your family pet into our clinic, all patients undergoing anesthesia are offered IV fluids. Whether or not you opt for the fluids, an IV catheter is placed as a safety precaution. Your pet is then monitored from start to finish by an RVT from the moment they arrive, throughout their procedure and even while they recover in-clinic.

With our FARM Cat Program we still perform the procedure with great care, but our patients will not receive an IV catheter. Due to the volume of animals undergoing surgery, they will be monitored differently than if they were a member of the family. We also perform an ear notching procedure on each cat (this allows the cat to be identified as sterile). 

Additional items such as ear mite treatment, dewormer and additional vaccinations (upper respiratory and feline leukemia) will be available but not mandatory. 

How do you sign up for the FARM Cat Program? When does it take place?

Our FARM Cat Program typically takes place twice a year (spring and fall). Our program will be publicly advertised in-clinic, on social media and through our seasonal newsletter for two weeks prior to registration. This allows equal opportunity for those who wish to participate in the program. Once registration opens, you must call the clinic at (306) 554-9663 to sign upA $50 non-refundable deposit (per cat) must be made upon registration

Areas served by our FARM Cat Program:

Wynyard - Wadena - Foam Lake - Elfros - Mozart - Leslie - Dafoe - Kandahar - Raymore - Quill Lake - Quinton - Lestock - Fishing Lake - Kylemore - Leroy - Bankend - Wishart - Leross - Sheho - Tuffnell - Insinger - Theodore - Rose Valley - Punnichy - Jansen - Margo - Invermay - Ituna - Lintlaw - Kelvington - Hendon - Nokomis - Drake

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Location and Hours

606A Greer St., Wynyard, SK S0A 4T0


8:30 am - 12:00 pm

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm


8:30 am - 12:00 pm

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm


8:30 am - 12:00 pm

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm


8:30 am - 12:00 pm

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm


8:30 am - 12:00 pm

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm