September is cat license renewal month for Lawrence Township residents. Any cat over the age of 7 months is required by law to be licensed. Licenses are renewed in the Municipal Clerk’s office. Proof of current rabies certification and proof of spaying or neutering (if applicable) must be presented when a license is purchased by mail or in person. The fee is $11 if spayed or neutered and $14 if not spayed or neutered. Effective Dec. 1, a delinquent fee will be assessed in the amount of $5 plus $1 per month for each month delinquent.

Applications can be downloaded at Should you have any questions regarding cat licensing, please contact the Municipal Clerk at (609) 844-7000.

The Lawrence Township Health Department will also host a free rabies vaccination clinic for all dogs and cats over the age of three months on Tuesday, Sept. 25 from 5:30 p.n. to 7 p.m. at the National Guard Armory at 151 Eggert Crossing Road. The clinic will be held rain or shine.

Residents are asked to adhere to the following regulations: all dogs must be on secure leashes; muzzles are recommended if your dog is not used to being around other people or pets; all pets must be under the control of an adult at all times; cats must be placed in suitable carriers; no children under seven years of age should attend the clinic; and all visitors are required to stop at the guard shack and provide identification.

For more information, contact the Animal Control Officer at (609) 844-7092.