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community spay/neuter clinic: services and fees for cats

how to make an appointment

Appointments are required.  Call us at 413-781-4019 to make your appointment.  Clinic office hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  Due to the high demand for our services, our phone lines may be busy.  Please leave us a message, and we will return your call as soon as possible.

Learn more about bringing your pet to the Community Spay/Neuter Clinic for surgery.

services and fees

All healthy cats over the age of 8 weeks and weighing at least 2 pounds are eligible for surgery.  Vaccinations and other services are offered at the time of surgery only.  Please contact your veterinarian for ongoing wellness services.

The Basics for cats

Spay or Neuter surgery package $85*
Office fee/pre-surgery veterinary exam Included
Pain medication Included
In heat, pregnant, nursing No extra charge
Rabies Vaccination Included, if not current
FVRCP (distemper, 3-in-1) vaccination Included, if not current

*If you receive state or federal assistance (food stamps, etc.), the basic package for cats is $50, a $35 discount.
 

feral cat package

Feral Cat Package $35**(includes spay/neuter, rabies vaccine, ear-tip, pain injection given at clinic).  We recommend adding a feline distemper (FVRCP) vaccine for an additional $10 and Revolution for parasites for an additional $5 to the feral cat package.

 

recommended for all kittens and cats

Microchip ID (includes registration) $20
Feline Leukemia/FIV test $25
Profender (treats tapeworms, roundworms, and hookworms) $15
Safety collar & ID tag FREE- just ask!

 

if needed

Cardboard carrier $10
Revolution (kills fleas and ear mites for one month) $5
Nail trim $10
Hernia repair $20
Cryptorchid (testicle not descended) $20
Elizabethan (lampshade) collar $10

**The Feral Cat package is not for tame cats.  If we determine that the cat is tame, normal prices will be charged.  A 1/4" ear tip is mandatory with the feral cat package,  Feral cats must be brought in a humane trap.  Click here to learn what a feral cat is, how to bring them in for surgery, and how to help them.

Shelters/rescues and animal control agencies, contact us for pricing.  Massachusetts rescues must be registered with the state, as required by Massachusetts regulation, to qualify for rescue pricing.

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