SPAY AND NEUTER RESOURCES IN THE BAY AREA
Here is a list of organizations that
provide spay and neuter services at lower costs:
Friends of Oakland Animal Services
FREE for Oakland residents. Feral cats must be in humane traps. Tame/pet dogs and cats also accepted for FREE.
Have questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or
Fix Our Ferals
Feral cats in traps: $45 each includes spay/neuter; rabies, and FVRCP vaccination; and microchip. Ear tip is mandatory.
Pet cats spay/neuter: $85 (for low income residents under 75k)
Feral cat traps available to borrow
Call to make an appointment in advance of trapping and to borrow traps from Fix Our Ferals
Nine Lives Foundation (Redwood City)
Feral cats must arrive in traps
Low cost vaccines also available
Monday-Friday Open 7:30am and prefer drop off by 10:00 am, but will accept at any time. Pickup is by 7 pm.
Reservations recommended, but WALK-INS accepted
East Bay SPCA (Dublin and Oakland)
Feral cats in traps are $40
Pet cats: spay $100, neuter $75
APPOINTMENTS REQUIRED, CALL: (510) 639-7387
SNIP (Spay Neuter Impact Program)
Contra Costa County only
Feral cats $15 (includes vaccines)*
*Must call and make an appointment four weeks in advance
Feral Cat Foundation
Feral Cat Foundation lends traps and provides instruction for trapping.
ARF – Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation
(925) 256-1ARF (1273)
Spay is $50 and neuter is $40
Call for appointments
Hopalong & Second Chance Rescue
If you are low income you can get a free or reduced cost voucher!
Low cost and Free vaccine clinic for cats and dogs
Some spay/neuter vouchers may be available for low income residents, contact Paw Fund for more information. Please consider donating to support this great organization.
Ohlone Humane Society (Fremont, Newark, Union City)
**APPOINTMENT REQUIRED - DO NOT TRAP BEFORE YOU MAKE
510-792-4587 (ext 2)
Low cost spay/neuter available for feral cats
Low cost spay/neuter vouchers available to low income residents for domestic pets (cats, dogs, rabbits)
Visit website and download application for feral cat spay/neuter, contact Ohlone Humane Society with any questions.
San Francisco SPCA
The San Francisco SPCA Spay-Neuter Clinic offers competitively priced spay-neuter for public clients, in addition to providing:
Free and discounted surgeries for low-income SF residents
Free spay/neuter for feral cats
Pet Vet Pet Clinic (low cost vaccines)
The petVet clinic is in El Cerrito Fridays and Saturdays and in Oakland Sundays and Mondays. Sign ups are accepted from 10:am until 3:00pm on a first come first serve basis.
Low cost vaccine clinic for pet cat and dogs