The MSPCA is offering low-cost spay/neuter help owners of pit bull terriers and pit bull mixes. For $50, you will receive the spay/neuter surgery, microchip, and distemper and rabies vaccines. Apply online or call us at 508-775-0940. Thank you to Mashpee Veterinary Hospital, Animal Health Clinic, and VCA Pleasant Bay Animal Hospital for their support!
To qualify, we’ll need documentation of at least two forms of financial support you are currently receiving. This can include: food stamps, Medicaid, federal SSI, rental and housing assistance, fuel assistance, WIC, or unemployment.
Thanks to a generous grant and the Cat-vocates, Massachusetts Animal Coalition, and the Thomas C. McGowan Fund for Animals, we are able to offer low-cost cat spay and neuter clinics for cat owners on and off the Cape. Appointments will include spay/neuter surgery, rabies vaccine, and fvrcp (distemper) vaccine, and microchip. We require a completed consent form for each cat (paperwork is available at the Adoption Center during open hours) and payment of $50 in the form of cash, credit/debit or money order (no checks). Surgery takes place at Mashpee Veterinary Hospital, Animal Health Clinic, and VCA Pleasant Bay Animal Hospital. Once we receive paperwork and payment, we will process a voucher and provide next steps for scheduling the surgery. **Hyannis and Falmouth cat owners can participate in program for only $10 per cat but must show proof of address (note that driver’s licenses are not considered proof).**
Can’t find a spay/neuter program that fits your needs? See all the options that the MSPCA-Angell has to offer. Spaying or neutering your animal is an easy way to do your part to help us solve the state’s animal overpopulation problem.
Call us at (508) 775-0940.