WE OFFER LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER SERVICES FOR PET CATS THROUGH OUR ANIMAL OUTREACH PROGRAM! As of July 18th, 2015 Solano Feral Cat Group has spayed/neutered over 1,620 cats belonging to Solano County residents! This number is IN ADDITION TO the 4,602 feral cats we have fixed at our feral cat clinics!! That's 6,222 cats that are fixed because of Solano Feral Cat Group!
Solano Feral Cat Group volunteers work tirelessly to humanely reduce the huge overpopulation of homeless cats, both tame and feral, living in Solano County.
Thousands of cats and kittens are euthanized at the Solano County Shelter every year. Cats reproduce very quickly, and cats are pregnant for only about 8 weeks. Cats also become pregnant while still nursing a previous litter. The time is NOW to spay and neuter your pets.
We have 3 low cost clinics a month thanks to our amazing partnership with Animal Outreach in Diamond Springs! Transportation is provided to and from the clinic. Our volunteers pick up cats in Fairfield, Vacaville, Dixon, Davis, and West Sac. Cat carriers are available to borrow, with a $20 fully refundable deposit. Cat carriers are cleaned, and disinfected prior to loaning them out, and we ask they are returned clean, and sanitized within 24 hours after your spay/neuter appointment.
Please note: These low cost spay/neuter appointments fill up very quickly. It is imperative that if you reserve an appointment, that you show up with your cats. Please keep in mind that we are a volunteer based organization and our volunteers drive these cats using their own vehicles to and from out of county low cost clinics (sometimes as far as 84 miles one way!) so that Solano County residents do not have to pay high prices to have cats spayed or neutered. We do not receive any funding from other sources to help with the cost of gas to get these kitties to their appointments and back. Donations towards the cost of gas and gas gift cards are much needed and greatly appreciated!
If you live in, or care for cats in Solano County please call the feral cat hotline at 707-421-5515 or Email:
and leave a message and include your contact information and number of low cost appointments you are requesting. You will need to bring your cat to the designated drop off spot in Fairfield the morning of the appointment, and pick up your cat in the same location later that evening. Your cats must be in a secure, plastic cat carrier or humane trap, NO CARDBOARD CARRIERS or cloth carriers are accepted, for the safety of your cat.
|Additional Low Cost Spay & Neuter Resources - Feral and Domestic|
We are providing this list as a service but it changes often. CALL first to make an appointment and/or to verify rates and requirements. You can also make your own appointments and arrangements at the clinics listed below.
3265 California Boulevard
For cats and dogs
Cat Spay $45
Cat Neuter $35
Yolo County SPCA Feral Cat Program
Feral cats $25 male or female
|Contra Costa County|
Martinez Animal Shelter
4800 Imhoff Place
Martinez, CA 94553
Please visit the Martinez Animal Shelter website for requirements and fee schedule
Berkeley Humane Society
2700 Ninth St.
Berkeley, CA. 94710
Free spay/neuter for ferals (donations appreciated)
Tri Valley Fix Our Ferals
Free spay/neuter for feral cats (donations appreciated)
Six clinics a year held at Dublin SPCA
Reservation hotline: 925-264-7703
SNIP- Spay Neuter Incentive Program
The Sacramento County shelter is pleased to announce a pilot program offering spay and neuter services for cats and dogs of low income residents of unincorporated Sacramento County. With proof of income, and a $20 co-pay, animals may receive vaccinations, micro-chipping, and a Sacramento County Animal License along with a voucher to be used as payment for surgery with one of the participating veterinarians. Residents must schedule their surgery within 30 days of receipt of the voucher. For more information, call (916) 368-7387 (choose option 5) or drop by the shelter. View Flyer. (PDF) Low-cost Spay and neuter clinics
By increasing the numbers of animals that are spayed and neutered, fewer unwanted animals will be brought into the world. Contact your local veterinarian or clinic about their fees or call (916) 808-SPAY (7729) for additional information.
Sacramento SPCA Spay and Neuter Clinic
The Sacramento SPCA operates a low-cost spay and neuter clinic Tuesday through Saturday, from 7:15 am to 5:30 pm. If you would like to schedule an appointment or wish to have someone return your call, please call (916) 383-7387 extension 9122.
Sacramento SPCA Fee Schedule:
Sacramento SPCA Free Spay/Neuter Program for Pit Bulls and Pit Bull Mixes
Free spay or neuter for pit bulls or pit bull mixes - surgery is done at the SSPCA. Call 383-7387 extension 9017 to make an appointment. The program is only available to Sacramento County residents and West Sacramento (Yolo County) residents. You must show proof of residency at the time of your appointment.
More information is available at the Sacramento Area Animal Coalition
Sacramento Pets In Need (S.P.I.N.)
Placer County SPCA
150 Corporation Yard Road, Roseville, CA 95661
(916) 782-7722 x 201 (Leave a message.)
This program is for Placer County residents owned pets only - while funds last.
Owners costs is $5.00 neuter cat/dog $10.00 spay cat/dog.
Our volunteers will call back and issue a voucher at a participating veterinarian's office.
Auburn Spay/Neuter Clinic
A non-profit spay & neuter clinic offering very low rates.
3524 KOA Way, Auburn, CA
Phone: (530) 889-8800
Adult Spays: $30
Kitten Spays: $15 (under 4 lbs.)
No additional charge for cats in heat or pregnant
Adult Neuter: $15
Kitten Neuter: $10 (under 4 lbs.)
Adult Spays: $40-$75 (depending on weight)
Puppy Spays: $20 (Under 4 months & under 30 lbs)
$10.00 additional charge for dogs in heat or pregnant
Adult Neuter: $30-$60 (depending on weight)
Puppy Neuter: $15 (Under 4 months & under 30 lbs)
Auburn Spay/Neuter Clinic also offers low cost FELV/FIV testing and low cost vaccines.
Animal Outreach of the Mother Lode
6200 Enterprise Drive, Suite D
Diamond Springs, CA 95619
The California Spay and Neuter License Plates are Here!The California Spay & Neuter license plate, sponsored by the California Veterinary Medical Board, provides a fun and easy way for pet lovers to help reduce pet overpopulation. Proceeds from the plate provide funding for free or low-cost spay & neuter surgeries across California, and also help to raise awareness about the importance of spaying and neutering.
To order and for more information:
http://www.caspayplate.com/ » Back to Top
|If you know of any area low-cost spay/neuter clinics, please
us so we can include them on this site as a community service.|