Think you can find a home for all the kittens your female may have? Take a look at THIS. Think about what happens if even TWO of her kittens don't get fixed, and start the process again once they are out of the house. Make sure all the kittens get spayed! We can help with this!!!
There are currently inconsistent low cost options available in Yolo County for spay and neuter, which is
why Yolo County SPCA makes a special effort to provide other options. Please read through the
options listed below, and contact the Yolo County SPCA Spay/Neuter Coordinator with any
questions at (530) 902-6267 or
LOW INCOME ONLY
Sacramento Area Animal Coalition-
Cost: $10/cat. $5 shots
Address: P. O. Box 161043, Sacramento, CA 95816
Phone: None. This is an entirely volunteer-based non-profit. They do not have the volunteer base to take phone calls.
To Make an Appointment: Go to their website. If you do not have internet, use the local library or a friend's house.
Sacramento Area Animal Coalition (SAAC) uses their grant money and resources to provide low cost spay and neuter options to those who are low income. Funding is not always available for this program, but when running this program gets animals in to a Davis veterinary clinic for spay and neuter at reasonable prices. This group has a message machine to record incoming spay/neuter requests by phone, and a volunteer will return all calls as soon as possible. Phone takes quite a bit longer to reach them, so please fill out the voucher online if possible. Please give them 2-3 days to return your call before trying them a second time.
How to get started:
Please fill out the voucher form on the website- and immediately fax or email in your proof of income with your assigned voucher number on the fax. If you cannot do this, go to your local library to fill the form out, or call the number above and leave details (phone, address, income status, pet name, age, sex, weight, breed) and wait for a return call.
Household income of $35,000 per year or less: proof of income can be a pay stub, most recent year's tax return, social security statement, Medi-cal card or other proof of public assistance. Proof of income can be faxed to (916) 473-5827 or scanned and emailed to
. You can also mail your proof of income to PO Box 161043, Sacramento, CA 95816, but it will take longer to process. Proof of income must be sent within one week of the date of application.
Upon meeting the qualifications for the voucher program (family income of $35,000 or less per year and proof of income mailed in), your cat can be fixed for a $10 copay at one of the vets who works in agreement with SAAC.
Other Services: This group promotes SPAY DAY. This program is offered in February every year, with the phone lines typically opening for appointment scheduling in early January. This program offers spay/neuter, vaccinations, and microchipping at very little cost for both dogs and cats.
ANY INCOME LEVEL
1. Spay/Neuter Runs for cats only from Woodland and Davis to out of area vets.
Cost: $20 neuter (male), $25 spay (female)
Rabies: $10 (must be over 4 mo old)
Next Scheduled Trip:
May 23rd (a Thursday) to Animal Spay Neuter Clinic in Auburn.
To Make an Appointment: email me at
and ask to make an appointment for my current transport.
Don't see a current trip listed here? Email
to request that a new trip be scheduled.
For info on pricing and other details, click on this link: More info about these trips
Cats About Town Society:
Transport from Natomas area to low cost clinics. $10/feral, $25/owned cat.
CURRENTLY ONLY TAKING CATS FROM SACRAMENTO COUNTY
Address: 6201 Florin Perkins Road, Sacramento, CA 95828
Website: http//www.sspca.org or http://www.sspca.org/SpayNeuter.html
Phone: 916-504-2811 (for cats)
To Make an Appointment: email
or call them at 916-504-2811
Female cat: $45 spay*
Male cat: $30 neuter*
*$10-30 charge applies if cat is cryptorchid (testicle(s) not descended) or pregnant
Rabies: $ 6
FVRCP: $ 15
Microchipping: $ 25
Additional services are available at this clinic. Please contact the clinic (or visit the website) or
contact the Spay/Neuter Coordinator for more details.
Other Websites to Look At:
***Both SAAC and Sacramento SPCA have a full listing of other clinics in the Sacramento area
that are low-cost. These lists are not always current on prices, but provide other possible options
available to individuals. These clinics are generally more highly priced than the clinics listed
above, or are farther away, but are deﬁnite options to be aware of***
Solano County Options
Feral Cat Options:
There are a number of ‘normal’ clinics that will take feral cats (cats that cannot be handled by
people), but there are also some clinics devoted speciﬁcally to feral cats. These clinics can cost
as little as $15 per cat for spay or neuter, vaccines, and ﬂea treatment. Please got back to the
article on feral cat spay and neuter options listed under 'Feral Cats.'