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To reach Feral Change and inquire about spay/neuter through us, please visit our Contact page


Additional Spay and Neuter Resources in the Bay Area:

Friends of Oakland Animal Services (FOAS) (Oakland) 

  • FREE for Oakland residents. Feral cats must be in humane traps. Tame/pet dogs and cats also accepted for FREE.

Animal Fix Clinic (Richmond)

(510) 215-9300

  • Feral cat traps available to borrow. 

  • Call to make an appointment in advance of trapping and borrow traps from them or Feral Change.

  • Call as soon as possible as they book appointments months out.

Nine Lives Foundation (Redwood City)

(650) 388-1365

  • Feral cats must arrive in traps.

  • Low cost vaccinations and microchips also available.

East Bay SPCA (Dublin and Oakland)
Oakland: (510) 639-7387
Dublin: (925) 479-9674

SNIP (Spay Neuter Impact Program) (Contra Costa County)
(925) 473-5027


  • Must call and make an appointment several weeks in advance.

  • Contra Costa County only.

Feral Cat Foundation

(925) 829-9098

  • Feral Cat Foundation lends traps and provides instruction for trapping.

ARF – Animal Rescue Foundation (Walnut Creek)
(925) 256-1ARF (1273)

Paw Fund (East Bay)

(510) 390-3488

  • Low cost and free vaccine clinic for cats and dogs.

  • Some spay/neuter vouchers may be available for low income residents. 

Ohlone Humane Society (Fremont, Newark, Union City)

(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 (San Francisco)

(415) 554-3030

  • 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 SF feral cats

    • Low cost spay/neuter for out-of-area feral cats (call for appointment).

Cat Support Network (Contra Costa County)

(925) 252-5445

  • Cat Support Network can help Contra Costa residents with spay and neuter for feral cats and pet cats. 

ACT Spay Neuter Clinic (Stockton, CA)
(209) 462-SPAY

  • ACT Clinic will spay/neuter feral cats by appointment. 

  • They can also loan feral cat traps.

  • They also offer a low cost vaccine clinic for pets. 

  • Visit the ACT website to make an appointment.

Humane Society Silicone Valley

  • Free for feral cats trapped in Santa Clara County.

  • Low cost for feral cats trapped outside of Santa Clara County.


Hayward Animal Shelter

(510) 293-7200

  • Contact Hayward Animal Shelter for appointments and information.

PetVet Pet Clinic (Oakland and El Cerrito vaccine clinic)

  • The PetVet clinic is in El Cerrito Fridays and Saturdays and in Oakland Sundays and Mondays.

  • Sign ups are on a first-come-first-served basis.

  • Low cost vaccine clinic for pet cat and dogs.

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