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Posted on: February 15, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Orange County Animal Services to host low-cost rabies vaccination clinic Feb. 26

Keep Indoor Cats Happy

Orange County Animal Services (OCAS) will host a low-cost rabies vaccination clinic on Saturday, Feb. 26. This is a drive-through clinic that will be held in Chapel Hill.

These low-cost clinics help to ensure that cats and dogs are current on their vaccinations while providing pet owners with substantial savings on this service. The clinic will offer one-year and three-year vaccinations for $10. Pet owners will need to have a previous rabies certificate in hand to receive the three-year vaccine. A tag alone is not sufficient. The date, time, and location of the clinic are as follows:

  • Saturday, Feb. 26, from 9 a.m. – Noon
  • Park & Ride lot on Eubanks Road in Chapel Hill, NC (see map here)
  • This is a drive-through clinic and OCAS is asking that everyone stay in their car and wear a mask when interacting with staff or volunteers.

Microchips will also be offered at this clinic for $35 each. Owners can choose to have a pet receive only a microchip, only a rabies vaccine, or both. If you are bringing a cat to this clinic, please make sure the cat is in a secure carrier.

OCAS would like to thank everyone in advance for their patience as many participants are expected. Cash payments are encouraged to help the line of cars move more quickly.

For more details, please visit or call 919-942-PETS (7387).

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