Low Cost Spay/Neuter Resources in the Greater Philadelphia Area by Cyk8exCb

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									                 Low Cost Spay/Neuter Resources
                  in the Greater Philadelphia Area
• Please note: This is not a complete list, and this info is subject to change at any
time. Stray Cat Blues is not affiliated with any of the entities listed. This list has
been compiled from Internet listings. You should investigate the entities listed
below to your own satisfaction before doing business with them. For certificate
programs, verify in advance that there is a local participating vet (also verify with
vet) before paying any monies.


Affordable Spay Neuter Clinic
1486 Rte. 100, Pottstown, PA 19465
Call 610-970-4173 or email info@affordablespay.com.
http://www.affordablespay.com/
No income limit.
Diane’s Discount Pet Supplies and Adoption Center – Low Cost Vaccine Clinic -
http://www.ddpets.com/
As of 1/1/2009, cost is listed at $75 spay, $55 neuter; vaccinations and testing
additional fee – see website.

Animal Education League
PO Box 242
Woodlyn, PA.19094
610-544-9535
Certificate program, no income limit. Call to receive application, prices and a list
of participating vets.

Animal Lifeline
94 Elfman Drive
Doylestown, PA 18901
215-317-9909
http://animallifelineonline.com/
 Loaning of humane traps for TNR. Contact them for low-cost spay/neuter
information in the Doylestown area.

Animal Welfare Association
509 Centennial Boulevard
Voorhees, NJ 08043
856-424-2288 ext. 105 or www.awanj.org
On-site spay/neuter clinics. No income limit. Visit website for more info and
prices.

Cats With No Name
33 Walmer Lane
Pine Grove, PA 17963
717-222-6440
www.catswithnoname.org
catswithnoname@comcast.net
Mobile spay/neuter clinics in Southeast PA. No income limit. Clinic schedule on
website.

Center for Animal Health and Welfare
1165 Island Park Road
Easton, PA 18042
610-252-7722
http://www.healthyanimalcenter.org/
cahwadmin@rcn.com
Formerly Northampton County SPCA. Low/no cost spay/neuter clinic. Call for
residency and income requirements and for more information.

Delaware Humane Association
700 A Street
Wilmington, DE 19081
302-571-0101
1-888-DHA-SPAY (1-888-342-7729)
or www.dehumane.org
khall@dehumane.org
On-site spay/neuter clinic. No income limit.

Dr Dina Russell
57 South Limekiln Pike
Chalfont, PA 18914
215-822-7393
Low-cost spay/neuter for feral cats only.

Faithful Friends
12-a Germay Drive, Wilmington, DE 19084
302-427-8514
www.faithfulfriends.us

Feral Agenda
215-822-7393
TNR in parts of Bucks County

Forgotten Cats, Inc.
Claymont, DE and Willow Grove, PA
On-site spay/neuter clinics. $50/male cats, $70/females. Discounts for trapped
ferals ($30 at last check). Price includes: spay/neuter, pain meds, shots, deflea,
deworm.
Claymont: 302-429-0124
Willow Grove: 215-219-8148.
http://forgottencats.org/clinic.php
info@forgottencats.org

Forgotten Felines and Fidos
PO Box 62
Germansville, PA 18053
610-760-9009
www.forgottenfelines.org
Spay/neuter clinic in the Lehigh Valley. $50 spay; $40 neuter; Please call Gloria
at 610-248-2079 or 570-386-9241 for an appointment.

Friends of Animals
777 Post Road, Suite 205
Darien, CT 06820
1-800-321-PETS
1-800-321-7387
203-656-1522 or
www.friendsofanimals.org
Certificate program, no income limit. Call to order certificates, or they can be
ordered online. $65 spay; $51 neuter
Friends of Animals will send you an order form and a directory of
participating veterinarians nationwide. You pay Friends of Animals
for a certificate which you then take to the vet.

Hope Animal Resource Center
106 South 7th Street – 6th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19106
1-800-738-HOPE or
www.hopeanimalresourcecenter.org
info@hopeanimalresourcecenter.org
Mobile clinics for lower-income Phila residents only. See website for information
and dates.

Humane League of Lancaster County
2195 Lincoln Highway East
Lancaster, PA 17602
717-393-6551
http://www.humaneleague.com/
spayneuter@humaneleague.com
Low cost spay/neuter for unowned cats such as feral cats and barn cats. Their
website also has information on other spay/neuter services in Lancaster County
which is out of the scope of this list.

Humane Society of Berks Co.
1801 N. 11th Street
Reading, PA 19602
610-921-2348, ext. 12 or
www.berkshumane.org
hsbc@berkshumane.org
Sliding scale (income-based) vet services and spay/neuter.

Lehigh Valley Humane Society
640 Dixon Street
Allentown, PA 18103
610-797-1205
www.lehighhumane.org
Low cost spay/neuter for all pets. $66 spay; $61 neuter.

Morris Animal Refuge
1242 Lombard St,
Philadelphia, PA 19147
215-735-3256
www.morrisanimalrefuge.org
info@morrisanimalrefuge.org
$40 spay/neuter certificates. No income limit. Certificates must be purchased in
person at Morris Refuge. Participating vets mostly in Philadelphia County.


NEW JERSEY STATE SPAY/NEUTER
New Jerseyans pay only $20 to neuter a pet adopted from a NJ shelter. If on
public assistance, neuter any pet for $10. Call any NJ vet for details.

Oasis Animal Sanctuary
PO Box 3
Williamstown, NJ.
856-262-1222
www.oasisanimalsanctuary.org
Income limit: $40,000 taxable income. Proof of income required. For NJ residents
only.

Operation: Cat S.N.I.P. Spay-
Neuter-Immunize-Protect
Philadelphia, PA
For stray and feral cats ONLY.
http://www.catsandkittens2adopt.com/clinics.htm
On-site spay/neuter clinics in NE Philly, one Sunday per month. For appt. call
Susan Zimmerman 215-357-4946. You must have an appointment. Traps
available to borrow. $20 spay/neuter. $15 FIV/FeLV testing.

Organization for the
Responsible Care of Animals
401 East Orange Street
Lancaster, PA 17602
717-397-8922
http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/orca.html
Low-cost, fixed-price spay/neuter program serving Lancaster Co. Also Lost and
Found pets in Lancaster County, and Aid to Animals in Distress.

PAWS
PO Box 855
Camp Hill, PA 17001
(717) 957-8122 mailbox #3
www.pawsofpa.org
info@pawsofpa.org and feralcat@pawsofpa.org
Low-cost spay/neuter in Central Pennsylvania. Contact them for additional
information on programs.

Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
350 E. Erie Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19134
215-426-6300
www.pspca.org
info@pspca.org
The Pennsylvania SPCA offers low-cost spay and neuter surgeries at its
Rutherford Memorial Hospital for all dogs and cats, even those that were not
adopted from a PSPCA branch. Surgery costs are $40 for male cats, $50 for
female cats. All animals need to be up to date on all vaccinations, with the most
recent shots having been administered three weeks before the spay/neuter
procedure. To make an appointment, call 215-426-6300.

Philadelphia Community
Cats Council
www.phillycats.org
info@phillycats.org
For stray and feral cats ONLY.
On-site spay/neuter clinics in NE Philly. Email clinic@phillycats.org for an appt.,
or if you can volunteer. Will loan traps. List of Philadelphia based rescues/
groups doing TNR under heading Members.

Spay and Save
PO Box 122
Lafayette Hill, PA 19444
610-279-9714 or
www.spayandsave.org
For lower-income residents only. Application is more detailed. Prices and
application on website.

Spay Neuter Assistance Program
PO Box 126702
Harrisburg, PA 17112
717-732-5377
www.snapofpa.org
snapofpa@hotmail.com
 This program has a listing of participating vets in the area (central PA) who will
alter cats at low cost. Coupon to use at these vets.

The Spayed Club
PO Box 1145
Frazer, PA.19335
610-275-7486
www.thespayedclub.org
info@thespayedclub.org
Income limit: $35,000 annual household (not individual) income. Application is
detailed & all info will be verified. Requires proof of income. For residents of
Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties only.


In addition to the above, you may want to contact rescue groups in your
immediate area (list provided upon request at savingstrays@yahoo.com). Many
rescue groups have volunteers who will help with TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) of
stray and feral cats.

You can also contact Alley Cat Allies (www.alleycat.org). On their website you
will find a form to request if there is a Feral Friend in your area who will help with
TNR. Their website also has great information about how to trap stray and feral
cats and conduct a TNR project. Also information on ongoing colony care.

Also, you may want to contact your local veterinarian (listing them all is outside
the scope of this list). You may be able to negotiate a reduced spay/neuter fee if
you are on a limited income, or if you are spaying/neutering feral cats. Note,
however, that vets are under no obligation to provide you a discount, so it pays to
ask nicely. Keep in mind that some vets will not work with feral cats.

We hope this information is helpful. If you find that information listed is
inaccurate, please notify us at savingstrays@yahoo.com.

								
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