Spay/Neuter Assistance

Here is a list of organizations and veterinary clinics that provide spay and neuter services at lower costs.

ARF – Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation (Walnut Creek)
Spay is $85 and neuter is $65 (as of Jan 2014).

Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society
Ferals are free by appointment only to qualified households.
Spay Neuter Your Pet (SNYP) vouchers are $15 to qualified low-income households (as of Jan 2014).
Spay is $40-65 and neuter is $35-55 depending on your city of residence and income (as of Jan 2014).

Contra Costa County Animal Services (Martinez)
For reservations, call Tuesday through Friday, 9 am to 4 pm (closed 12 noon to 1 pm).
925-335-8320 ext. 2
Spay is $63 and neuter is $42 (current vaccinations are also required; as of Jan 2014).

Contra Costa Humane Society (Pleasant Hill)
Spay/Neuter Assistance Program for low income / domestic & feral cats
(925) 279-2247, ext. 305

East Bay SPCA (Dublin and Oakland)
Oakland: 510-639-7387
Dublin: 925-479-9674
Feral cats in traps are $30.
Spay is $75 and neuter is $60 (as of Jan 2014).
Reduced fees to qualified low-income residents in Alameda and Contra Costa counties.

Feral Cat Foundation (Alamo)

Fix Our Ferals (Berkeley)
Feral cats in traps are only $15 each for spay/neuter, rabies, and FVRCP vaccination (as of Jan 2014).
Tame cats are $70 for spay and $50 for neuters (as of Jan 2014).

HALO – Homeless Animals Lifeline Organization
Feral cats and domestic cats for low-income residents
Oakley, Antioch, Brentwood

HARP – Homeless Animals Rescue Program
Pittsburg, CA

Hopalong Animal Rescue
Oakland, CA 

Hopalong operates a spay/neuter assistance program for low-income pet owners. They provide a voucher for spay/neuter surgery at their partner veterinary clinic to qualified low-income pet owners at a cost ranging from $20-$100, depending on income.

SNIP – Spay Neuter Impact Program (Martinez)
Feral/stray cats only – in traps (5 times per year)

Solano Feral TNR Task Force (Solano County)
Feral/stray cats only – in traps – suggested $20 donation per cat
707- 421-5515

Tail Wag Inn Veterinary Hospital (Oakley)
Dogs, feral and domestic cats

Tri-Valley Fix Our Ferals (Danville)

Provides free spay/neuter services for feral cats (three months of age and older) living in the greater Tri-Valley area of northern California.

Well Pet Vet Clinic Veterinary Hospital (Pittsburg)
Dogs, feral and domestic cats

For more information on spaying and neutering, you can contact Spay California,