Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic For Cats

We host one low-cost spay/neuter clinic for cats at the shelter each month. Unfortunately, we are not able to spay or neuter cats over five years old due to potential age-related issues we can’t test for prior to surgery. The cost is $125 for females and $90 for males and includes a rabies vaccination.

We do charge additional fees for other services such as vaccines, flea/tick treatments or procedures such as hernia repair. The cats must come to the clinic in a hard-sided cat carrier. They spend the whole day at the shelter and are ready to go home in the late afternoon or early evening. We do not have a program for dogs but some of the clinics listed below do and we use them for the shelter’s dogs.

 Schedule your cat

Our clinics take place once a month on Tuesdays. Our next clinic with available appointments will be held in September

Our June spay/neuter clinic is completely booked. Due to unforeseen circumstances, the clinic date has changed from June 14 to June 21st. If you received a confirmation from us that your pet is scheduled for the June clinic we will be expecting you on June 21. If you did not receive an email, your pet is NOT scheduled. Our August 23rd clinic is now fully booked. We will be posting a date for the September clinic soon. If you need to schedule something sooner for your cat, please scroll down the page for a list of area low-cost spay/neuter options.

To schedule a cat for one of the clinics or to get more information about the clinics, please fill out the form below. If you need an appointment sooner, scroll down the page for information about other low-cost clinics in the area.

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Spay/Neuter Clinic Forms

Once you have received confirmation of your cat’s appointment, please download these three forms, fill them out and bring them with you when you drop off your cat.

Pet Owner Consent Form

Preparing for your cat’s surgery

Surgical Authorization Form and Price List


We are extremely grateful to be the recipient of a generous grant from the Massachusetts Animal Coalition to spay/neuter feral cats. The grant was made possible due to the I’m Animal Friendly license plate initiative. When you purchase a plate from petplate.org, you help to support this wonderful program. Go to petplate.org and order a plate today!
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Nearby Clinics Offering Low Cost Spay/Neuter

Our clinics fill up quickly, but there are other clinics nearby, including some that offer services for dogs.


The Massachusetts Animal Coalition has links to many clinics in Massachusetts

The Catmobile

The Catmobile is also an option for cats. They have clinics in some nearby locations. Call 978-465-1941 or email catmobile@mrfrs.org to book an appointment.

Second Chance Shelter's S.P.O.T program

Second Chance Shelter’s S.P.O.T program in North Brookfield spays/neuters both dogs and cats. They also offer low cost vaccines, worming and other care.

The Potter League Spay & Neuter Clinic

The Potter League Spay & Neuter Clinic in Warwick, RI spays/neuters cats (including ferals) and dogs!

Friends of Animals

You can also locate private vets offering low-cost services to qualified recipients by going to the Friends of Animals website and searching on your zip code to find a vet in your area.

Vaccinations: The Vetco clinics
The Vetco clinics held at many Petco stores offer low cost vaccines and preventative care.
Vaccinations: VIP Pet Care Clinics

VIP Pet Care Clinics offer reasonable priced vaccines and wellness checks

Contact Us

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