Spay & Neuter Clinic

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We have cared for and altered almost 35,000 cats since we began in 1990 and 1952 cats this year.

Holding weekly spay & neuter clinics for unowned cats is key to helping us realize our vision of living in a county with significant drops in the feral and free-roaming cat population which prevents health issues, euthanasia instances, animal abuse and neglect before any can ever occur.

Sonoma County Cats that are:

Unowned Feral/Wild Cats

Unowned Community Cats

Unowned Free Roaming Cats

The requested donation for this service is $30.00* per cat and includes the following:

  • Altering
  • Ear Tipping
  • Pain Medication
  • Microchipping
  • FVRCP Vaccination
  • Rabies Vaccination
  • Overall Health Check
  • Parasite Control –
    for fleas, tapeworms, and ear
    mites as deemed necessary

Instructions prior to arrival at the spay/neuter clinc

1

Call our office (707) 576-7999 if you are planning to trap for the upcoming clinic to reserve a spot.

Give us the date of the clinic you plan to attend and how many cats you’ll try to trap. Or fill out this online form and we will contact you.

2

Call our office (707) 576-7999 on the day/night before the clinic to tell us how many cats you actually have in traps and are bringing in. This will confirm your reservation.

3

All cats must arrive in a humane trap (no carriers, boxes, or cages), one cat per trap.

This is for your safety, the safety of our staff and volunteers and the cat’s safety.

Check out our how-to videos:

Ten Steps to Trapping & Altering Your Feral Cats

Humane Trapping Instructions

Make a difference

Volunteer

We can’t do what we do without a fantastic group of volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, fill out this form and we will contact you.

Donate

All donations go to providing needed care for Sonoma County’s unowned cats. There are multiple ways to give. Learn more