South Jakarta Maritime, Agriculture, and Food Security (KPKP) Sub-agency vaccinated and spayed/neutered 178 pets that have potential to transmit rabies at Agro Eduwisata Ragunan, Jalan Poncol RT 03/05, Ragunan Urban Village, Pasar Minggu on Sunday (5/9).
In order to prevent rabies and suppress reproduction rate, it is important to spay/neuter and give rabies vaccine to animals
South Jakarta Acting Mayor (Plt), Isnawa Adji conveyed, vaccination and spaying/neutering animals was carried out to free Jakarta from rabies and suppress animal reproduction.
"In order to prevent rabies and suppress reproduction rate, it is important to spay/neuter and give rabies vaccine to animals," he mentioned, Monday (5/10).
South Jakarta KPKP Sub-agency Head, Hasudungan A. Sidabalok explained, spaying/neutering and vaccination was carried out through collaboration between Indonesian Street Feeder Family, Kalibata City Cat Lovers, Radhiyan Pet & care, PT. Nestle Indonesia and PT. Zoetis Animal Health Indonesia.
In this activity, there were 104 male cats and 25 female cats were spayed/neutered. While 48 cats and 1 dog were vaccinated against rabies.
"Spaying/neutering is given to domestic cats owned by Jakarta residents (own Jakarta ID card)," he asserted.