Thanks to special grants and the generous donations of individuals, the MSPCA at Nevins Farm is able to offer low-cost spay-neuter services for cats and kittens who live in designated communities, including Lawrence, Haverhill and Methuen.
The spay-neuter package is $10, and includes, the spay or neuter surgery, rabies vaccination, FVRCP (distemper)vaccination and nail trim. A microchip (a form of permanent identification) can be included for an additional $10.
To apply, please click on the appropriate link to the right. An MSPCA representative will be in touch within a week to schedule an appointment. Remember, you will be required to provide proof of residency prior to booking an appointment.
The "CatMobile" program offers affordable spay-neuter surgeries and vaccines to the cats of Merrimack Valley families in need of financial assistance. A Neuter package is $75, a Spay package is $100, and each package includes an exam, the spay-neuter surgery, rabies vaccine, and flea treatment. To schedule an appointment, call (978) 465-1940, or register online at www.catmobile.org.
For all other cat owners in Massachusetts:
Since 1986, the MSPCA, in cooperation with the Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA), has offered eligible pet owners a discount certificate accepted by nearly 200 veterinary hospitals and veterinary clinics throughout Massachusetts.
NH residents are eligible for state-subsidized spay-neuter assistance. You can learn more information about program options by visiting the New Hampshire SPCA's webpage.
Visit our main page to learn about other low cost options for spay and neuter services.
*Why we offer this program:
More than three-quarters of the animals entering area animal shelters are cats. In 2011, of the over 7500 homeless animals served by MSPCA at Nevins Farm, more than 3,750 were cats. We must reduce the number of litters born to cats. This grant will help us assist those community members who want to neuter their cat but have no financial resources to do so.
*Why Lawrence, Haverhill, and Methuen?
Of the 100s of towns the MSPCA at Nevins Farm served in 2011, a large majority of the kittens came from this community! Our plan is to strategically reach the people whose cats are most likely to have kittens that end up homeless. And our statistics tell us to start in these zip codes.
Help us spread the word!
Would you like to help spread the word about this excellent opportunity to help stop the overpopulation of cats in this community? Below we have provided a flyer for this promotion. Just click, print, and post it in your neighborhood laundromats, convenience stores, libraries, grocery stores, feed stores, apartment complexes, and other places animal lovers might visit. Thank you!
**Have you seen a stray cat in your Lawrence neighborhood you want to have spayed/neutered? Call us—we can help!**
Questions? Call us at (978) 687-7453, press 8, followed by ext. 6101.