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O'Malley PET (Preventing Euthanasia Together), is a project of the The O'Malley Alley Cat Organization. O'Malley PET provides low cost or no cost spay and neuter services to citizens of Nacogdoches County who demonstrate financial need. We also provide surgical services to free roaming cats residing in Nacogdoches County, and animals residing in Nacogdoches County that are owned by bona fide animal shelters and 501(c)3 rescues.

Our Office Hours

We are an organization run largely by volunteer labor, so please be patient with us :). Expect to leave a message when you call. Calls received Monday through Wednesday will usually be answered by Friday. Calls received Thursday through Sunday may not be answered until the next week. If you do no hear back from us within 2 business days or according to the above schedule, please leave us another message. We try, but can not always answer messages the same day. We are *very busy* on surgery days (click here for the surgery schedule on the home page) which always fall on a Thursday, so we rarely answer any calls except those relating to appointments that day on surgery days.

Cats are usually dropped off the afternoon before surgery, on Wednesday between 4-6pm. Expect to pick them up at the end of the day after surgery between 4pm and 5pm. Ferals trapped for surgery and outdoor cats and dogs that do not have a safe place indoors to stay on the evening after surgery may need to stay at O'Malley House the night after surgery. These patients are monitored throughout the evening, and Dr. Blount is called in if there is any need for extra care. Arrangements will be made on a case by case basis to meet you on the Friday after surgery to take these patients home. Dogs are dropped off for surgery between 8 and 9am on the day of surgery, and most will go home between 4pm and 5pm that day. Occasionally, dogs or cats that we expect to go home on the afternoon after surgery will not be sufficiently recovered to go home. They will need to stay overnight, and we will make arrangement to meet you for their release the following day if they need to stay longer. Remember that pets having surgery on Thursday should have no food after dinner time on Wednesday night. There is no need to withhold access to water -- we will take up the water the morning before surgery. We do not want patients to be dehydrated when they have surgery. We will offer overnight patients food and water as soon as they are sufficiently recovered.

After Surgery Questions and Emergencies

We almost never have post-op emergencies, but we realize anything can happen, and Dr. Blount always carries the phone on the night after surgery and until sometime during the afternoon the next day (Friday). Again, leave a message when you call if you have any questions about or problems with your pet who had surgery. During the day of and after surgery, your call should be answered within 10 minutes. If not, please call and leave another message -- Dr. Blount might be on another call. We cover all costs of post-op care, no matter how major or minor. If a post-op question arises or problem occurs more than 24 hours after surgery, we still have help available. While Dr. Blount does not carry the phone during this time, we do have someone monitoring the phone at all other times, and we will get a message to Dr. Blount ASAP. If there is a problem or concern that needs attention that is not an emergency, feel free to call Dr. Blount directly at Eastex Vet Clinic on Mondays and Wednesdays at (936) 560-1530. You can either leave a message if you just need a phone call, or make an appointment there for post-op care. If for some reason Dr. Blount is not available or booked up with no slots available, feel free to see either Dr. Garner at Southside Animal Clinic (936) 564-4422 or one of the other doctors at Eastex Vet Clinic (Drs. Richards, Weatherly or Acuna) at (936) 560-1530 and OMPET will cover costs of care. If you do this, please, call us at (936) 556-2754 to make arrangements to have us billed for services. If there are any questions about whether billing is approved, please direct staff at those clinic to this web page for explanation of approval for billing. If you have a regular vet, and want to see your vet for post-op care, that is fine. Just have them contact us to make arrangements for payment, by e-mail at info@omalleypet.org or phone at (936) 556-2754.

   
     
 
 
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    About Us: Office Hours | After Surgery Care | Words We Live By

Fundraisers: Kathy McGough Christmas CD | "I Paved the Way" Brick Fundraiser | Quilt Raffle | Rex and Sammy Fund

History: News Summer 2015 | News Spring 2015 | News Winter 2015 | Teddy Bear Surgery | News Fall 2014 | News Spring 2014
News Winter 2014 | News Fall 2013 | News Summer 2013 | News Spring 2013 | News Winter 2013 | O'Malley House Move In Day
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