Spay/Neuter Clinics

Low Cost Stray and Feral Cat Clinics

Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)

PAWS Spay/Neuter Clinic, Grays Ferry, SW Philly

PAWS Spay/Neuter Clinic, Bustleton, NE Philly

TNR $10 Saturdays (Grays Ferry only): includes spay/neuter surgery, vaccines mandatory ear tipping.  Pricing is grant dependent.

TNR $25 : includes spay/neuter surgery, vaccines, mandatory ear tipping

*Feline leukemia/aids test $15 (rescues): will euthanize on request if positive or if medically necessary at no additional cost
*Flea treatment by request $5
*Microchipping $15 – trappers may bring their own chips which can be inserted at no cost.

 Low income spay/neuter (requires proof of public assistance, usually an access card)  Includes spay/neuter surgery, vaccines, ear tipping if feral.  Fee is “pay what you can” or “free” dependant on grant funding.  

 All other services requested are an additional charge.

Appointments:  All surgeries must have an appointment (or an estimate of how many ferals you will be bringing). 
Grays Ferry, SW Philly: ph: 215-298-9680  email: gfclinic@phillypaws.org
Bustleton, NE Philly:       ph: 215-545-9600  email: NEclinic@phillypaws.org

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 ACCT – Animal Care and Control Team Feral Cat Clinic 

*Feral Cats ONLY  - Cats must be trapped within Philadelphia City/County

BEST FRIENDS PROJECT FOR TARGETED ZIP CODES
TNR program targeting 9 city zip codes – 19124, 19125, 19132, 19134, 19139, 19140, 19143, 19144, and 19149.  Covers surgery costs for Philly cats outside these zip codes as well, provided someone from the community is able to trap and transport them to a clinic. 
CONTACTphiladelphiacats@bestfriends.org or call 215-913-6013

*ACCT TNR CLINICS (monthly):   *HSUS funding for free spay/neuter for TNR for zipcodes 19124, 19140, 19133, and 19134

Dates:  Monthly – check ACCT website for dates

Registration: Email  maria@acctphilly.org  or call 267-385-3800

Cost:  $10 spay/neuter, rabies and distemper vaccines, antibiotic injection & MANDATORY LEFT EAR TIP

FIV/FeLV testing– additional cost- test done prior to surgery, if positive, euth available at trapper request at no additional charge
Flea treatment:  additional cost
Microchipping:   not available.

 • Availability is first come, first served
• Pre-registration preferred
• Drop off times available between 9am and 10am
• Cats must arrive in cat traps or carriers
• Cats must be picked up same day by 6pm
• Limit 20 cats per customer
• Cash and Credit Card are accepted

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PSPCA Free Roaming Cat Program B St & Erie Ave, Feltonville 
Using the TNRM (Trap-Neuter-Return-Management) Model, the Pennsylvania SPCA provides services to individuals and community groups interested in controlling the population and improving the health of feral and friendly free-roaming cats in the city of Philadelphia.  Several surgery packages are available which include low-cost spay and neuter surgery, vaccinations, flea and tick prevention, ear treatment, ear tipping and more. Additional medical services such as FeLV and FIV testing are available at an additional cost.  

APPROVED TRAPPER/RESCUERS: in an effort to streamline check ins through our free roaming cat program, please fill out the PSPCA Free Roaming Cat Program Package Anesthesia, Additional Procedure and Surgical Consent Form in advance of dropping off cats for surgery.

GENERAL INFO: Appointments available 7 days a week:  NEW ONLINE registration form or call (215) 426-6300; Drop off between 7 and 8 am; Pick up between 4 to 6 pm

*Feral Cats Package:   To be considered a feral cat, the animal must be fractious and unable to live within a shelter or home environment. Mandatory Left ear tip.

*Rescue Cat Package:   To be considered a free roaming cat, the animal must be able to be handled and without an owner or home.  The PSPCA is willing to accept friendly and healthy free roaming cats as space allows in the shelter.

*All additional medical care will be at an additional cost.   All patients approved through this program will receive 20% off all other veterinary services.  

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Hope Sanctuary Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinic – South Philly

Hope Animal Resource Center sponsors low-price, mobile spay/neuter and vaccine clinics for dogs and cats owned by low-to-moderate income Philadelphia residents. With the support of our community partners (South Philadelphia Older Adult Center, New Kensington Community Development Corporation, and the veterinary technicians and advanced veterinary technology students of the Veterinary Technology program of Harcum College), Hope brings spay/neuter and vaccine services into Philadelphia neighborhoods. Our goal is to reduce the number of unwanted cats and dogs in city shelters by making spay/neuter services accessible and affordable for low-to-moderate income pet owners.

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OUTSIDE PHILADELPHIA

Forgotten Cats, Claymont DE and Willow Grove PA.  Please see website for pricing. ***FIV/FeLV testing is NOT done in advance of surgery and euthanasia is NOT available

The Spayed Club, Frazier,PA 

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