Spay & Neuter
In the U.S. over 8 million cats, kittens, dogs, and puppies are euthanized each year because there are not enough homes. Animal overpopulation is a massive problem and it is our responsibility to care for neighborhood animals. The number of unwanted births and the spread of disease is eliminated when an animal is spayed or neutered which helps communities spend less on animal control costs because shelters are not having to euthanize animals. Cats that have been sterilized have fewer health problems and a much longer life expectancy.
For additional information about TNR please see community cats.
Low-Cost Spay & Neuter Clinics
Please make sure to find out when the clinic is available to accommodate the cat’s surgery. TNR cats should be trapped the day before the surgery date. Never leave a cat in a trap for over 48 hours. If the appointment is outside of 48 hours, please release the cat and re-trap at least 24 hours before the appointment.
Athens Humane Society – Low-cost veterinary services to communities in Athens and surrounding areas.
Atlanta Humane Society – No-kill shelter provideing TNR vetting for community cats. Each cat will be altered with pain medication, receive a 1-year rabies vaccine and the core feline vaccines (herpes, calicivirus, panleukopenia), ear-tipped and tattooed. The cat must brought in a humane cat trap at the time of the appointment. Set traps on the weekends as TNR surgeries are only performed on Mondays at the Alpharetta location.
Good Mews – Low-cost spay and neuter services for community cats which are free of charge for Cobb County residents. Surgeries for community cats on Mondays and Wednesdays. Appointments are required.
Jazzy Paw – Low-cost basic wellness services to pet owners in Jonesboro and surrounding communities. They also provide spay and neuter for community cats.
Lifeline Spay & Neuter Clinic – Full-service, affordable veterinary clinic offering low-cost spay and neuter surgeries to owned pets and community cats. There is a wide range of pet services, from pet wellness appointments to lab services, digital x-rays, and surgeries. Visit the website for different locations throughout Metro Atlanta.
Leftover Pets – Low-cost spay and neuter clinic located in Barrow County.
My Kids Have Paws Veterinary Clinic – Low-cost veterinary services to communities in Dalton and northwest Georgia areas. They provide spay and neuter for feral cats.
National Spay Alliance Foundation – High-quality, affordable spay, and neuter plus basic medical services to communities in Dalton and surrounding areas.
Planned PEThood of Georgia – Low-cost spay and neuter options for pet owners and they are located in Duluth. They offer spay and neuter surgeries for feral cats brought in a humane trap. Spade and neuter services are free of charge for Gwinnett residents for TNR and feral cats. Limited to two cats per person per day. Cats must be in a trap that can be borrowed from this organization.
Pet Vet – Low-cost spay and neuter clinic in the Cumming area. An outpatient clinic with reasonably priced vaccine packages, microchipping, and parasite medications. Also, provide spay and neuter surgeries for feral cats.
Project CatSnip – Mobile low-cost spay and neuter clinic for cats and kittens serving more than 20 Metro Atlanta locations. Visit the website for different locations
Spay Neuter Vets – A low-cost spay and neuter clinic located in Alpharetta. They offer a TNR package for community cats which must be brought in a humane cat trap.
Society of Humane Friends – Low-cost spay and neuter clinic located in Lawrenceville.
The Help Spay/Neuter Clinic – Low-cost spay and neuter clinic located in Newnan. HELP clinic shuttle for Butts, Henry, Lamar, Spalding, Upson, and Pike counties.
Thrive – Affordable veterinary services including treatment for common pet sickness and injuries, routine care, and vaccination packages. Visit the website for different locations throughout Atlanta.
WellPet Humane – Full-service veterinary clinic in the Doraville area with a focus on wellness care and treating a wide range of medical issues common to dogs and cats.
West Georgia Spay and Neuter Clinic – offers spay and neuter services for feral cats in the West Georgia area. They accept feral cats on Tuesday and Wednesday each week from 8 am to 9 am on a first come, first serve, no appointment needed. They will accept the first 5 cats each day in a live trap only with a limit of 1 cat per client.
Spay & Neuter Voucher Programs
Low-cost program intended for individuals who need partial financial assistance in order to have their own pets spayed or neutered. They will receive low-cost spay and neuter certificates at an affordable price.