Cape Cod ACAC

Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Program

Low-Cost Cat Clinics for Low-Income Owners on Cape Cod

Thanks to a generous grant by the Cape Cod Foundation, we are able to offer a series of low-cost cat spay and neuter clinics for low-income Cape Cod residents. We only have limited appointments available and slots will be filled on a first come basis booked at the MSPCA Cape Cod adoption center.  We do NOT accept walk-ins.  These clinics will only be held for a limited time, so contact the adoption center today to see if you qualify.

Appointments will include spay/neuter surgery, rabies vaccine, fvrcp (distemper) vaccine, and flea preventative.  Drop-off and pick-up are same day.

In order to hold a slot we need to receive ALL of the following:
• Documentation showing financial need
• Completed consent form for each cat (available at the adoption center)
• Payment in form of cash, credit/debit or money order (no checks)
o $20 per male
o $30 per female

To sign up or for more information, please contact the adoption center at 508-775-0940 or visit during our open hours.

In 2012, we were able to spay/neuter 160 cats!  We hope this year will be even more successful.

Thanks to our veterinarians and technicians who have helped make these clinics a success:

  • Dr. Wanda Sissum and the vet techs of Cape Cod Cat Hospital in Sandwich
  • Vet techs of Mashpee Veterinary Hospital in Mashpee

Below are pictures from our very first clinic, held on February 19th, 2011 in celebration of Spay Day 2011.

 Volunteer technician Marisa Culverhouse (left) and MSPCA volunteer Jen Harrington prep Bonnie Boo for a spay
 Dr Tracy Risley performs a spay


 Volunteer technician Renee Rossignol cares for Pudding post spay

Clinic volunteer Tanya Poepel cares for Bella who was just neutered

Also check out SNAP (Spay/Neuter Assistance Program)

The MSPCA in cooperation with the Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA) offers eligible pet owners a discount certificate which is accepted by nearly 200 veterinary hospitals and veterinary clinics throughout Massachusetts.  This program is for cats and dogs.  Click here to learn more and to apply to SNAP.