Sunday, June 1, 2008

Washington state lower cost spay neuter

created in 2001 by ~Barb, AnimalResources and contained until mid-2008 on the webpage titled Neuter/Spay Assistance and Information ~ Oregon, Washington, Nationwide with the url

WASHINGTON area codes 206 :: 253 :: 360 :: 425 :: 509
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Save Washington Pets - September 2008 - 2009 to 2014 Washington State Proposed Legislation for Statewide Spay Neuter Assistance

Available January 1, 2006! - Washington State
"We Love Our Pets" specialty animal-friendly license plates (AFLPs)
to fund spay/neuter. Cost: $40 with a $30 yearly renewal fee.
Washington Federation of Animal Care and Control spay/neuter grants:
General purpose (including spay/neuter ) and We Love Our Pets animal friendly license plate grants for spay/neuter

WASHINGTON Area Code 206

Also check the C3 and PAWS spay/neuter webpages under area code 206 below for a few additional lower-cost spay/neuter programs or clinics that are not listed separately on this Neuter/Spay Washington webpage. If added individually, those efforts will be attributed to the originator!

Alley Cat Project
Seattle area [King County]
Call only between 9am to 5pm or e-mail
Perform trap-neuter-return, socialize kittens, relocate barn cats if necessary. Assists those with feral cats by providing expertise and equipment to capture, alter, and release the cats, transportation to the Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project (FCSNP) clinic, and recovery space.

Animal Spay/Neuter Clinic
17211 15th Avenue Northeast
Shoreline Washington [King County]

Bellevue Neuter & Vaccination Clinic
Bellevue Washington [King County]
Low-cost spay/neuter for pets of Seattle residents.

C3 Seattle - Listing of Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinics - C3 Compassionate Consumer Network
Seattle Washington and Surrounding Areas [King County]
The low-cost clinics average about $25 for a male cat, $35 for a female cat, $50 for a male dog and $55 for a female dog. The prices vary widely and depend on weight etc, so check around for the best price. Most clinics will not spay/neuter pre-pubescent dogs and cats. Many animal shelters provide low-cost spay and neuter services.

Feral Care :: feral friendly!
Seattle Washington [King County]

Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project - now under area code 425 (July 2008)

Feral Cat Assistance & Trapping (FCAT) :: feral friendly!
[King County and Pierce County]
For help, call Pamela at 206-427-6454.
Do you need help with free roaming cats? Do you want to help them but don’t have the resources and don’t know where to begin? Call FCAT.
Feral Cat Assistance & Trapping (FCAT) is group of dedicated volunteers who trap feral cats, spay or neuter (S/N) them, and then return them to where they were trapped. This is a process called trap, neuter, & return (TNR) and is considered one of the most humane methods to control feral cat population.
FCAT has one mission: to control the population of feral cats through the use of TNR.

Friends of Campus Cats (University of Washington) :: feral friendly!
Seattle Washington [King County]
rescue and humane management of feral cats on the University of Washington campus; practice trap/test/vaccinate/alter/return, and provide assistance to others who wish to do the same; place rescued cats and kittens needing homes, but are NOT a shelter.

PAWS Spay Neuter Clinic - see under area code 425 below
Lynnwood Washington
PAWS Listing of Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinics
Greater Puget Sound Area Washington
PAWS Listing of Feral Cat Groups :: feral friendly!

Pawsitive Alliance 206-486-4PET Kenmore Washington

Puget Sound Working Cats :: feral friendly!
Kent Washington [King County]
PSWC re-homes cats and kittens that were recently considered unadoptable as “Working Cats.” Our cats patrol facilities such as warehouses, garages, barns and sheds. We bring our feral cats and “install” them in your barn, warehouse, garage, etc. If required we will loan you a holding cage for your cats to use to acclimate to their new home. We work by donation, so the work stops if there isn’t money to buy gas, cat food/litter and medications.
May 2009: Barb H now specializes in providing assistance to the county and its citizens to manage feral and free-roaming cats; can be contacted through King County at 206-296-PETS and over-the-counter at both King County Animal Care and Control locations (Kent and Bellevue).

Seattle, City of
Municipal Spay/Neuter Clinic

Seattle Washington [King County]
206-386-4260 ext 4
Low-cost spay/neuter for all.
[Note: As of February 2004, this was the only municipal shelter in the state of Washington that provides low-cost spay/neuter services to the general public!]

South County Cats :: feral friendly!
Maple Valley and Covington Washington [King County]
• TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) of feral cats
• Spay/neuter of pet cats whose caregivers have limited financial resources

Spay is the Way :: feral friendly!
Seattle Washington [King County]
Dedicated to raising dollars and distributing 100% of those funds to finance free spay and neuter programs of other like-minded organizations to help end the unnecessary suffering of unwanted cats and dogs.

Vashon Island Pet Protectors (VIPP)
Vashon Washington [King County]
Provide funds for low-cost spay/neuter through Fair Isle Animal Clinic.

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WASHINGTON Area Code 253

Coalition: HUMAnE now Northwest Spay Neuter Center - see listing below

Humane Society for Tacoma and Pierce County
Tacoma Washington
(253) 383-2733 ext.5838
Low-cost spay/neuter programs: the Cinderella Fund; call the Humane Society clinic for information or to receive an application. Mobile spay neuter in the lower parking lot of the Humane Society; check schedule.

Northwest Spay Neuter Center :: feral friendly!
[Pierce County]
6401 Pacific Ave, Tacoma WA 98408 253-627-7729

Pierce County Animal Welfare Association
University Place Tacoma Washington
Bev 253-564-6108 Leave message.
No kill cat rescue who promote and finance spaying and neutering for pets of low income families.

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WASHINGTON Area Code 360

Alternative Humane Society of Whatcom County :: feral friendly!
Bellingham Washington
AHS will help you pay to spay and neuter your pets. Call and leave your name, address, and phone number. A volunteer will call and arrange to send you a voucher to take to the veterinarian of your choice. Vets' charges vary, so call around to compare prices. Voucher amounts and availability vary.

Animal Protection Program :: feral friendly!
Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Washington [San Juan County]
Phone / Fax: 360-378-2158
Spay neuter program for pets of low income. Feral cat Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program.
April 2007: Feral cat or pet? To spay/neuter or not to spay/neuter? There is no choice...

Cat's Meow, The
The Cat’s Meow :: feral friendly!
Anacortes Washington [Skagit County]
provides free spay/neuter and other medical services for feral cats on Guemes and Fidalgo Islands.

Clark County Animal Protection and Control - Spay/Neuter Program
Vancouver Washington
The Community Spay/Neuter Assistance Program provides funding for Clark County groups, programs, or projects promoting animal welfare through the spaying and neutering of domestic pets.
See downloadable pdf file for 2009. Last due date was March 31, 2009. Next announcement should be out about mid-February 2010.

CARA (Coastal Animal Rescue & Adoption Center) :: feral friendly!
Aberdeen WA [Grays Harbor County]
Several programs including Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) for feral cats.

Concern for Animals
Olympia Washington [Thurston County, Mason County, Lewis County]
Helps people in Thurston, Mason and Lewis counties keep their pets by providing financial assistance with veterinary bills for spay/neuter.

Leslie Boyd :: feral friendly!
Darrington Washington [Snohomish County]
Darrington Town Hall: 360-436-1131
September 25, 2008: A project to spay and neuter feral cats in Darrington. Homeowners and business owners with feral cat problems can contact Leslie Boyd by leaving a message at Town Hall. Boyd offers help in trapping cats, getting them spayed or neutered, and then releasing them. (Trap-Neuter-Return or TNR!)

Feline Friends :: feral friendly!
Shelton Washington (Olympia area) [Thurston County, Mason County]
provides to stray cats in our program: rescue, foster care, spay and neuter, placement into permanent, caring homes.
Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR): If the colony is located in the Olympia (Washington) area, Feline Friends can help to: loan you a humane trap, provide you with instructions and support while you trap and recover feral cats, make arrangements with the vets that will spay/neuter and eartip feral cats. You will pay $10.00 per cat to offset the medical costs.

Feline Friends of Humane Society of Cowlitz County :: feral friendly!
Longview Washington [Cowlitz County]
360-673-7300 message line
2008 clinics: will sponsor Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon (FCCO) mobile spay/neuter clinics for feral cats March 9, April 27 and Nov. 2, 2008.
Caregivers who are feeding feral or stray cats can call Feline Friends for information about the clinic and to make reservations (required.) Caregivers will be screened to make sure their cats qualify. The location of the clinics will be disclosed when reservations are confirmed.

Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon :: feral friendly!
Longview Washington [Cowlitz County] (see also listing under Oregon above)
Holds spay/neuter clinics throughout Oregon and southwest Washington for feral cats. All cats will be eartipped and must be feral.
2008 Clinic Schedule

Harbor Association of Volunteers for Animals - HAVA HEART Sanctuary
Westport Washington [Grays Harbor County]
Low-income spay/neuter assistance.

Humane Society of Cowlitz County :: feral friendly!
Longview Washington
November 2007: New onsite spay neuter clinic! On December 1st we will begin taking appointments from low income residents, who wish to bring in their cats for spay/neuter. For feral cats, see Feline Friends; also listing above.

Jefferson County Animal Services Auxiliary (JCASA) - Feral Cat Division (FCD) :: feral friendly!
Port Hadlock Washington
[October 2004 - now known as Olympic Mountain Pet Pals - Feral Cat Division (FCD) (see below)]

Justice For Animal Welfare Society (JAWS)
Vancouver Washington [Clark County]
360-693-6809 or 360-693-8521
Spay or neuter for pets of low income persons, call Ruth 693-6809

Kitsap Humane Society
Silverdale Washington [Kitsap County]
Low-Cost spay and neuter program. If you qualify for the program your pets can be fixed for $20.00 each. Application, proof of income and current pet licensing required.

Kitsap Spay & Neuter Council
Bremerton, Silverdale, Gig Harbor, Poulsbo, Belfair, Washington [Kitsap County, Kitsap Peninsula]
We are a group of private individuals who are working together with the Kitsap Humane Society, other animal organizations and local business owners to spread awareness about the benefits of spay and neuter.
Kitsap Spay Day 2009 will be our first major effort to bring the community together on February 24th, in hopes of increasing cat and dog spays/neuters. Fourteen veterinarians throughout North, Central and South Kitsap are offering varying discounted surgery rates and business owners are donating money and rewards to assist needy pets. To schedule an appointment for a spay or neuter surgery on Kitsap Spay Day, call (360) 479-6775.

The N.O.A.H. Center (Northwest Organization for Animal Help) :: feral friendly!
Stanwood Washington [Snohomish County]
Low-Income Spay/Neuter Program offers reduced cost spays and neuters for the pets of lower income families.
FREE Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Program – open 7 days a week. N.O.A.H.'s spay/neuter clinic offers FREE spay/neuters for feral cats (not unowned or stray cats.)

Oasis for Animals :: feral friendly!
Langley Washington (Whidbey Island)[Island County]
Provide financial assistance for spay neuter of pet cats, as well as feral cats through a Trap-Neuter-Return program.

Olympic Mountain Pet Pals - Feral Cat Division (FCD) previously known as Jefferson County Animal Services Auxiliary (JCASA) - Feral Cat Division (FCD) :: feral friendly!
Port Hadlock Washington [Jefferson County]
The Feral Cat Division (FCD) is an all-volunteer effort to humanely control wild or feral cat colonies throughout Jefferson County by trapping, neutering, and returning (TNR) cats to their colonies.

Olympic Peninsula Humane Society
Port Angeles Washington
January 18, 2013 - A donation will provide 100 free spays and neuters this year through the shelter. Owners must meet certain income requirements in order to qualify for the program. Typically the individual is asked to pay for a portion of the surgery and the shelter pays for the remaining cost. SNAP Spay Neuter Assistance Program offers low cost and/or free spay and neuters to qualifying persons. Upon application and proof of income the Society pays for and schedules the spay or neuter at the veterinarian of their choice.

Pasado's Safe Haven
Sultan Washington [King County, Snohomish County, Skagit County]
Operate "The Spay Station" mobile clinic serving King, Snohomish & Skagit counties. Free for low-income individuals, modest fee to all others.
2008: See separate listing for WeSNIP below.

Peninsula Friends of Animals / Safe Haven :: feral friendly!
Sequim Washington [Clallam County]
Clinics are generally scheduled every third Wednesday of each month. To participate in the next scheduled clinic, call 360-683-4697. Please leave a message and a volunteer will return your call.
The low costs of these clinics are subsidized by Peninsula Friends of Animals and some local veterinarians. CLINICS ARE FOR LOW-INCOME FAMILIES ONLY.
The cost for each cat spay is $60 and each cat neuter is $40. Each dog spay is $65 and each dog neuter is $60. Dog spay and neuter prices depend upon the size of the dog. (Some limitations apply)
Free trap/spay-or-neuter/return service. (Donations are welcomed!) Low-cost or free spay/neutering to all who need it.

Peninsula Spay & Neuter Clinic [closed in 2004 or 2005!]
Port Orchard Washington
Low-cost spay/neuter.

People United for Animals (PUFA)
Vancouver Washington [Clark County]
360-254-6481 or 360-903-8393
Refers pet owners to low cost pet clinics and also offers low cost coupons for neutering and spaying.

Purrfect Pals :: feral friendly!
Arlington Washington [Snohomish County]
Low cost free spay/neuter clinic for feral cat caretakers; to help lower income residents who need spay/neuter services

Second Chance Companions
Battle Ground Washington [Clark County]
SCC has a grant from Clark County to help cover the costs of spay/neuter for animals that are listed with Second Chance Companions. Fill out an application, include a donation, see complete criteria.

South Pacific County Humane Society :: feral friendly!
Long Beach Washington [Pacific County]
Feral Cat Program
Feral cat traps are available at the Humane Society for a refundable deposit of $20. For only a $5 fee, feral cats can be spayed or neutered at Oceanside Animal Clinic.
Spay/Neuter Vouchers
We have Spay/Neuter Vouchers available for low income residents for use at Oceanside Animal Clinic. Spay or Neuter with our voucher cost $25 Cats and $35 Dogs.

Southwest Washington Humane Society
Vancouver Washington [Clark County]
Refer to area vets for low-cost spay/neuter.
October 2008: new Bully SNIP spay/neuter program for Bully Breeds
February 2009: FREE spay/neuter for cats, limited time only! in February, feral cats welcome
[December 2007: As I understand, the Southwest Washington coalition disbanded and the original Spay Station unit will instead be used by the Dugan Foundation in Pierce County. Also note under area code 360 above that Humane Society of Cowlitz County recently opened an onsite spay/neuter clinic!]

Spay to Save
Port Angeles Washington [Clallam County]
Group formed in December 2009. Plan to open spay/neuter clinic in Port Angeles in late 2010. Will provide transport to clinic.
February 2011: Held first mobile spay/neuter clinic outside of a veterinary clinic in Sequim.
Spay To Save is excited to be partnering with the Peninsula Friends of Animals, Sequim; Friends of Forks Animals, Forks; and the Olympic Animal Sanctuary, Forks.

The Cat's Meow, Anacortes -- see 360 above

Thurston County Animal Shelter
Olympia Washington
Reduces pet overpopulation through education and spay/neuter programs. Mandatory spay/neuter for adopted shelter pets.

2008: WeSNIP - Whatcom Education, Spay & Neuter Impact Program
[Whatcom County, Skagit County]
360-793-7729 (SPAY) or email
The Spay Station, a state-of-the-art mobile surgical unit is now serving Whatcom and Skagit counties thanks to Pasado's Safe Haven. [see also Pasado's listing under 360 above]
First come, first serve; limited slots. Free with proof of public assistance; lower-cost for others. PLEASE REVIEW PRE-INSTRUCTIONS on WeSNIP.
2008 Clinic Schedule: WeSNIP or Pasado’s

West Columbia Gorge Humane Society :: feral friendly!
Washougal Washington [Clark County]
Assistance with Trap-Neuter-Return of feral cats

Whatcom Humane Society
Bellingham Washington [Whatcom County]
Offers the Spay/Neuter Assistance Program to low-income owners of cats and dogs.

Whidbey Animals' Improvement Foundation (WAIF) :: feral friendly!
Coupeville Washington [Island County]
360-678-5816 north
360-331-2818 south
Prevent-A-Litter Program — WAIF provides coupons for reduced-cost spaying and neutering to pet owners needing financial assistance.
Feral cat spaying/neutering — Feral cats are altered and re-released in their habitat to help control the feral cat population on Whidbey Island.

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WASHINGTON Area Code 425

Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project :: feral friendly!
Seattle/Lynnwood Washington [King County, Snohomish County]
New Location and Phone: July 22, 2008
4001 198th St. SW Ste #3, Lynnwood, WA 98036
425-673- 2287 (CATS)
We offer free spay/neuter services for free-roaming cats and low cost spay/neuter services for tame cats.

Humane Society of Seattle/King County
Bellevue Washington [King County]
Public Spay/Neuter Clinic. Low-cost spay/neuter for pets.

May 2010: Lynnwood Spay Neuter Clinic :: feral friendly!
Lynnwood Washington [Snohomish County]
A limited service veterinary clinic offering high quality low cost spay, neuter, and vaccination services.

PAWS Spay/Neuter Clinic
Progressive Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) Animal Shelter
Lynnwood Washington [Snohomish County]
425-787-2500 ext. 849
Low cost spay neuter clinic for dogs, puppies, cats, kittens, and rabbits. Surgeries on Tuesdays, by appointment only. Qualified low-income only. Further reduced price for pit bulls. Fees and other details

People for Abandoned Pets
Bellevue Washington [King County]
Low-cost spay and neuter certificates.

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WASHINGTON Area Code 509

Abandoned Cat Team (ACT) :: feral friendly!
Winthrop Washington [Okanogan County]
Pat 509-996-2292
Becky 509-997-2245
Dot Schank 509-996-3784
A.C.T. promotes humane feral cat population management via Trap-Neuter-Return and subsidizes the spay and neuter of the cats and dogs of low income families. Our mission in general is to significantly reduce the over population of cats and dogs in through an aggressive spay and neuter program.

AnimalHelp of Central Washington
Wenatchee Washington [Chelan County]
A low-cost spay/neuter program for pets of those who have financial need. Call or write to obtain an application.

Blue Mountain Humane Society :: feral friendly! (see Cat Management Coalition directly below)
Walla Walla Washington

Cat Management Coalition :: feral friendly!
Walla Walla Washington [Walla Walla County]
The Cat Management Coalition includes the Blue Mountain Humane Society, Pets of Milton-Freewater, Inc. (Oregon,) Save Wonderful Animals Team and Walla Walla City Animal Control, with support from the Walla Walla County Health Department. The four organizations are working together to control Walla Walla's feral cat population, by trapping and sterilizing feral cats and returning them to where they came from--or in some cases adopting out the kittens and stray tame cats.
Call 509-522-5605 or send e-mail to .

Catlink :: feral friendly!
The Dalles Oregon [Hood River County and Wasco County Oregon and Klickitat County Washington]
"Catlink is a division of the Rowena Wildlife Clinic that is dedicated to feral and homeless cats in the Columbia River Gorge area. We work with area residents who are caregiving free roaming cats to trap, spay/neuter and return the cats to their caregivers. We also find forever homes for cats who are in peril in their current situation through our adoption program. We are not able to provide spay/neuter or medical services for pets."
August 2010: a two year grant to spay/neuter freeroaming cats. "The first 12 months, focus will be on the Washington communities of Dallesport, Goldendale, Klickitat, Lyle and Wishram in Washington. The second year focus will be on Mosier and Dufur in Oregon, as well as Bingen, BZ Corners, Husum and White Salmon in Washington."

Fix Machine (see The Fix Machine below)

Forget Me Not Shelter :: feral friendly!
Republic Washington [Ferry County]
* Stop the Cycle Spay Neuter Assistance Program for Ferry County Residents.
Available to all, no income requirements. Call to request a voucher. Vouchers are issued for Female Dogs Female Cats Male Dogs Male Cats as funding is available.
* Fear No Feral TNR Program.

Humane Society of Central Washington and SNAP coalition
Yakima Washington [Yakima County]
509-457-6854 or email
Spay And Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP)
Certificates for free spaying and neutering are now available to all community members who wish to have their dogs spayed or neutered. Services will be provided by local vets at no charge to the dog(s) owners.

[See also Pawsitive Alliance under Washington area code 425.]
January 2013: The Humane Society of Central Washington is partnering with the Feral Cat Spay and Neuter Project to sponsor at least one clinic a month. Dr. Hutton at Ahtanum Veterinary Clinic donated his space for the procedures.

Kittitas County Friends of Animals :: feral friendly!
Ellensburg Washington [Kittitas County]
KCFOA offers a low income spay and neuter program available for individuals of low income who would like to spay and neuter their cat or dog, but are not financially able to do so. For more information on this program please call or email .
We also run a low-cost feral cat/barn cat Trap-Neuter-Return program for people who are willing to feed and keep the cats.

INACTIVE Lickity Snip Mobile Spay Neuter Service
[Walla Walla County Washington and Umatilla County Oregon
509-252-0332 1-888-LKTY-SNIP
Lickity Snip is a for profit business that works with animal nonprofit organizations to provide fair cost, mobile spay & neuter services for companion animals. Lickity Snip is a MASH unit (Mobile Animal Surgical Hospital) providing spay and neuter in the Inland Northwest (Spokane area, Tri-Cities, Walla Walla, Northeast Oregon).

Partners for Pets
Veradale Washington [Spokane County]
Offer low or no cost sterilization surgeries for dogs and cats to reduce the number of animals born each year.

Pet OverPopulation Prevention (POPP)
Tri-Cities area Washington [Benton County]
Facility address Richland; Postal address Pasco
Spay/Neuter Assistance Program: Complete application and return to determine your eligibilitiy. Assistance varies from $15.00-$75.00 and all funds are issued to the veterinarian performing surgery. POPP must be contacted prior to your pet's procedure in order to assist monetarily.

Pet Savers :: feral friendly!
Spokane Valley Washington [Spokane County, Stevens County]
June 2005: New stationary spay/neuter clinic primarily for low cost spay and neutering for low and no income populations. Mobile clinic, partner with Stevens County Cat Care. Workshops will teach people how to trap feral cats and bring them for sterilization. Contact TNR coordinator. November 2009: Vouchers for the Feral Cat Fix program can be obtained for a $15 co-pay.

Prevent Homeless Pets :: feral friendly!
Richland Washington [Benton County]
We are a nonprofit organization providing spay and neuter services for cats and dogs. We serve the Columbia Valley of Washington state from Yakima to the Tri-Cities.

Promoting Responsible Ownership of Dogs (PROD)
Hood River Oregon (Office) [Hood River County]
Underwood Washington (Mailing Address)
541-387-DOGS (3647).
PROD offers financial assistance via spay/neuter discount certificates to those in need of help to have their pet(s) spayed or neutered. This is only made possible through PROD matching a discount offered by some of our local veterinarians (in Hood River.) Up to a 50% discount certificate is available for those meeting the general requirements. Assistance is also available for those rescuing strays. Call to see if you qualify.

Save Wonderful Animal Teams :: feral friendly! (see also Cat Management Coalition above under 509)
Walla Walla Washington [Walla Walla County]
509-522-5050 or
Mission includes developing low cost spay/neuter and feral cat sterilization and vaccination programs for Walla Walla City and County.

Spokane Humane Society
Spokane Washington [Spokane County]
S.A.F.E. (Save Animals From Euthanasia) Spay/Neuter program has been responsible for over 2,000 animals being sterilized.

SpokAnimals C.A.R.E.
Spokane Washington [Spokane County]
Spay/neuter clinic which performs around 300 sterilizations per month. Also contract with 12 other veterinary clinics to fulfill a sterilization contract with the City for free sterilization. Annual funds raised through the sale of licenses.

Stevens County Cat Care
Chewelah Washington [Stevens County]
509-935-MEOW (6369)
Provide vouchers for low income people that pay about half the cost of a spay or neuter; hold large scale, low cost spay/neuter clinics, and hope to have a mobile unit operating in the near future. Partner with Pet Savers of Spokane Valley.

The Fix Machine Animal Health Clinic :: feral friendly!
Kennewick Washington
509-987-1PET (1738)
Opened October 2012. In addition to providing low cost spays and neuters, we also offer routine vaccinations, microchipping, and other common animal health care services.

Whitman County Humane Society
Pullman Washington
509-332-2246 Administration
509-332-3422 Shelter
Spay and Neutering Assistance Program: SNAP provides surgery cost assistance to low-income responsible pet owners in Whitman County for the spaying and/or neutering of their dogs and/or cats. WCHS will provide vouchers to participating veterinarians for payment of 75 percent of the surgical procedure up to a maximum of $50.00.

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and other keywords, use your browser's Edit/Find function!
Email if you don't find a location; a few resources did not want to publicize.]


Please realize that, although there appear to be many listings for spay/neuter assistance, there is still a great need for accessible and affordable (free or very low-cost) spay/neuter. Many of the listed resources have waiting lists and are inundated with requests; many areas do not have lower-cost spay/neuter available. Publicly funded spay/neuter is needed, the existing resources are not adequate to make a significant impact on the problem.
Learn more about companion animal homelessness, overpopulation, and killing of shelter animals.

Please remember -- neuter or spay assistance is for people in financial need or for animals who would not otherwise be sterilized. It is provided as a community service to help people as well as improve and save animal lives.

Although each spay/neuter counts, spay/neuter programs of most impact are targeted, accessible, high-volume, free or truly low-cost, AND proactive! Effective programs reach at-risk animals that would not otherwise get sterilized. Only a few programs approach or meet this criteria. If planning a spay/neuter project, please assess community needs, review and advise existing programs so that efforts are not duplicated.

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Disclaimer: Neuter/spay programs operate with differing guidelines. Some work only with the pets of people who have low incomes, others serve only pet cats or only feral (untamed, free roaming) cats - without regard to the income level of the owner or caretaker, and others serve all kinds of people and pets. Please contact the program for current details and criteria.
If you obtain updated information on a listed program or know about other low cost or free spay/neuter programs, please contact me with the information so this resource remains timely and accurate. Listings are updated at least monthly.

Inclusion of a program or resource on this webpage does not signify recommendation or endorsement of a program or policy.

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