Happy Birthday Shelby!

Happy Birthday to Shelby, our Communications Manager! We celebrated at our Annual Christmas Party in Gulfport. Sharon baked her gigantic special birthday cake - it was delicious! Continue reading

Buy a cool shirt to raise awareness and support spay/neuter!

Check out our new shirt designs! Not only does your purchases support spay and neuter, but you'll be a walking educational campaign for the importance of spay & neuter. Continue reading

Dr- McCrary- a hero for animals in Mississippi!

Dr. Kia McCrary was our Director of Veterinary Services for 7 years. She performed more than 20,000+ surgeries at the Big Fix Clinic as well as on the mobile clinics (Big Fix Rig and Little Fix Rig) that we used before opening our own clinic in Pearl, and currently sits on our Advisory Board. Thank you Dr. McCrary! We would not be where we are today without your passion and dedication for ending pet overpopulation in Mississippi. Continue reading

Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays from all of us at Mississippi Spay and Neuter! Thank you for making 2015 a great year for animals.   

Burning Cat Fund: An Update and a Thank you!

One of the most challenging parts in fulfilling our mission of ending pet overpopulation in Mississippi is reaching those who need our services most and letting them know that we are here to help.  Continue reading

December Microchip/Nail Trim Special at the Big Fix Clinic

Purchase a microchip for your pet at the time of spay/neuter, and receive a free nail trim!  Continue reading

Halloween safety tips

Check out these tips to ensure your fur-kids have a safe and happy Halloween!  Continue reading

Spay/Neuter Initiative in zip code 39213

From September 2015 to September 2016, free spay and neuter services will be available to stray and feral cats in the 39213 zip code.  Continue reading

What is a feral cat?

Lately there has been some confusion about what cats qualify for the "Feral cat special" of $10 at our clinic. The reason we offer this special is to help reduce the population of wild cats in communities and to encourage people to take the time and effort to trap them.  Continue reading

When you see something, do something!

 On the early morning of September 26, 2015, I noticed a dog wandering aimlessly in my neighborhood.  At first I wasn’t too concerned because we have lots of dog walkers who let their dogs off the lease but as I watched, I could see the dog was barely able to stand as it walked slowly up and down Finley Avenue. Continue reading