Low-Cost Spay and Neuter Clinic for Cats
Animal Outreach of Cape May County holds weekly by-appointment clinics on Thursdays for owned, stray, shelter, feral, or community cats. Free Trap, Neuter, Vaccinate, and Return (TNVR) help is available for Cape May County residents - as long as funds are available.
Why spay or neuter your cat?
By spaying or neutering your cat, you will help control the pet homelessness crisis which results in millions of healthy cats and dogs being euthanized in the United States each year simply because there are not enough homes. There are also medical and behavioral benefits to spaying (female pets) and neutering (male pets).
Surgeries are performed by Dr. Matt Schwert, who has a B.S. in Animal Science (1996) and a D.V.M. from Oklahoma State University (2000). Dr. Schwert is proficient in high volume spay/neuter and has performed more than 32,000 spay/neuter surgeries! Assisting Dr. Schwert is a team of qualified and dedicated technicians and volunteer staff.
Fee includes rabies and distemper vaccination.
Rabies vaccination is mandatory unless caretaker can show proof that vaccination is current.
Pregnant cat: $10
Cryptorchid male (non-descended testicles): $15
Flea/tick treatment: $15
Ear mite treatment: $20
DeWorm treatment: $20
Nail trim: $10
Ear tipping: no charge
Microchip for Cape May County residents: no charge
"For every ... kitten your pet gives birth to, one dies in the shelter for lack of a home."