Please note: prices at these clinics may change and updates not made on our website immediately so please always contact the clinics/organizations to confirm rates and services.
BURLINGTON ANIMAL SERVICES Mighty Mousers Program
Did you know that in Alamance County NC, Burlington Animal Services has a Mighty Mouser program, and through this program for only $10 per stray/feral cat or do a pair for $10, you can get them fixed and vaccinated and adopt them back - foster to adopt through the shelter with this program also if the kittens are not old enough to be spayed/neutered.
PLEASE TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS PROGRAM AND SPAY/NEUTER TO PREVENT MORE HOMELESS BABIES FROM BEING BORN! There are simply not enough rescues to save all the homeless cats!
For more information on Mighty Mousers and how you can get help AND help the cats who need your help, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and they will contact you with more information.
SNAP-NC is a nonprofit organization providing discounted spay-neuter services to North Carolina residents. Our Mission is to address Pet Overpopulation in our State by offering high quality, low cost spay-neuter surgeries for pets belonging to North Carolina families in need.
Families need not meet income qualifications in order to use the services of SNAP-NC.
For the SNAP-NC subsidy program called PALS, Prevent Another Litter Subsidy Program, income qualification is required. Please see our page on PALS for more information.
SNAP-NC operates a fleet of mobile veterinary surgery clinics, staffed by fully licensed and accredited veterinarians and their team, use the most modern techniques, anesthesia, and equipment to ensure the safety of your pets and provide them with the level of care they deserve.
STAND FOR ANIMALS Stand For Animals Veterinary Clinic operates three non-profit clinics in Charlotte, Pineville and Lake Norman to ensure all pet owners have access to spay neuter services and veterinary care for their pets. Their clinics are staffed by licensed, trained veterinarians and veterinary technicians and assistants.
ANIMAL KIND $20 FIX www.animalkind.org/programs/20-fix 919-870-1660 The $20 fix program offers a way to spay/neuter cats and dogs for a low-cost. You can use this program if you live in Alamance County or Orange County, NC.
PROJECT B.A.R.K. Project B.A.R.K. promotes spaying and neutering through community-based political action as well as on the ground. They provide financial assistance to families who want to be responsible pet owners but are unable to afford the cost of spaying/neutering.
Call the Spay/Neuter Hotline: 336-965-1059 for information on their 10/15 Fix program (Please note: this program is for GUILFORD COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY.)
SPAY & NEUTER CLINIC OF ALAMANCE COUNTY Stationary Clinic - accepts ferals 1919 S. Church Street Burlington, NC 27215 336-570-6767
PIEDMONT COMMUNITIES SPAY/NEUTER & WELLNESS CLINIC Low-cost spay/neuter & vaccinations for cats and dogs, as well as low-cost flea and heartworm preventatives. 1910 N. Church Street Suite E Greensboro, NC 27405 336-333-5336 www.pcspayneuter.vetstreet.com
SPAY/NEUTER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM OF NORTH CAROLINA (SNAP-NC) Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinic serving the following counties: Durham, Franklin, Granville, Harnett, Johnston, Lee, Orange, Vance, Wake, Wayne All services provided by appointment only. Please call 919-783-7627 or email@example.com to schedule your appointment. Feral cat info: www.snap-nc.org/FeralCats SNAP's services & fees: www.snap-nc.org/services
CASWELL PET LIFELINE www.caswellpetlifeline.org 336-388-2805 Low-cost spay/neuter program run once a month Caswell Pet Lifeline is a group of citizens with a mission to provide services to the companion animal community of Caswell County, North Carolina. Their goal is to help people help their pets and to help reduce the number of unwanted companion animals.
FERALS & STRAY CATS ONLY
FERAL CAT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (FCAP) Greensboro NC 336-378-0878 www.facebook.com/fcapnc Spay days are held one Sunday morning per month to spay/neuter/vaccinate feral cats and kittens. A nominal fee of $10 per cat is charged to help offset costs.