Spay/Neuter Resources

Pets who are “fixed” live longer, healthier lives than pets who aren’t. Getting your pets spayed or neutered also helps mend a larger problem: pet overpopulation. Do your part – be a responsible pet parent and get your pets spayed or neutered. To learn more, please watch these videos about spaying/neutering your pet.

Local Spay and Neuter Resources

THE $20 FIX from AnimalKind– is a Spay/neuter financial assistance program for residents of Wake, Durham, Orange, Person and Caswell County residents with a household income of $20,000 or less or using public assistance.

SNAP-NC – Spay-Neuter Assistance Program of North Carolina – Nonprofit mobile clinic dedicated to reducing companion animal overpopulation by providing discounted spay and neuter services to all North Carolinians in need of assistance. Their new subsidy program called PALS operates in nine counties! Call (919) 783-SNAP (x7627) or visit www.snap-nc.org.

Friends of Animals – FoA offers certificates that can be used for a routine spay or neuter surgery at any of their participating veterinary hospitals. Low-cost certificates may be purchased on-line. To order by mail, call 1-800-321-PETS (1-800-321-7387).

Spay/Neuter Clinic of the Sandhills – low cost services for cats and dogs. Located 50 minutes south of Raleigh between Vass and Southern Pines. Call 910-692-3499 or email snvc.fixx@yahoo.com.

SPCA of Wake County– The SPCA has a low-cost Spay/Neuter clinic. Call (919) 772-2326 or visit www.spcawake.org.

Pet Overpopulation Patrol – Mobile clinic committed to ending the leading killer of cats and dogs in the U.S.: euthanasia. Serves a growing list of locations in North Carolina. Call (919) 942-2250 or visit www.pop-nc.com.

The Animal Protection Society of Orange County – Contact the APS for information on their “SNIPPET” program; $30 spay/neuter for feral cats. They also offer spay/neuter services for owned pets from any county. Call (919) 304-2300 or (919) 304-2337 or visit www.animalprotectionsociety.org.

SAFE Care Feline Spay/Neuter Clinic – clinic for cat spay/neuter only, located at “SAFE Haven for Cats” shelter in Raleigh. Call (919) 872-1128 or visit www.safehavenforcats.org.

The Humane Society of Alamance County – A nonprofit organization dedicated to alleviating the problem of pet overpopulation and promoting the humane treatment of all animals through education, protection, responsible placement and example. Contact the HSAC to learn about their low-cost spay/neuter program. Call (336)578-5636 or visit www.hsaconline.org.

Stray and Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Services

Friends of Animals – FoA offers certificates that can be used for a routine spay or neuter surgery at any of their participating veterinary hospitals. Low-cost certificates may be purchased on-line. To order by mail, call 1-800-321-PETS (1-800-321-7387).

Operation Catnip
– Operation Catnip is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to humanely reducing the stray and feral cat population through a no-cost trap-neuter-return program. Call (919) 779-7247 or visit www.operationcatnip.org.

Pet Overpopulation Patrol – Mobile clinic committed to ending the leading killer of cats and dogs in the U.S.: euthanasia. Serves a growing list of locations in North Carolina. Call (919) 942-2250 or visit www.pop-nc.com.

SNAP-NC – Spay-Neuter Assistance Program of North Carolina – Nonprofit mobile clinic dedicated to reducing companion animal overpopulation by providing discounted spay and neuter services to all North Carolinians in need of financial assistance. Call (919) 783-SNAP (x7627) or visit www.snap-nc.org.

The Animal Protection Society of Orange County – Contact the APS for information on their “SNIPPET” program; $30 spay/neuter for feral cats. They also offer spay/neuter services for owned pets from any county. Call (919) 304-2300 or (919) 304-2337 or visit www.animalprotectionsociety.org.

SAFE Care Feline Spay/Neuter Clinic – clinic for cat spay/neuter only, located at “SAFE Haven for Cats” shelter in Raleigh. Call (919) 872-1128 or visit www.safehavenforcats.org.