WHS Spay and Neuter Clinic
Opened in 2010, the Willamette Humane Society Spay and Neuter Clinic is the region’s first low-cost, high-quality spay and neuter clinic. Our clinic serves owned cats and community cats, as well as adoptable pets in the care of WHS. Since opening, the WHS Spay and Neuter Clinic has performed over 55,000 procedures.
WHS is dedicated to ending shelter overpopulation by providing accessible, high-quality sterilization services to our community’s companion animals. By having your pet surgically sterilized, you are doing your part to prevent the birth of unwanted puppies and kittens. Spaying and neutering is recognized as the best defense against shelter overpopulation.
Our compassionate team is made up of qualified, licensed veterinarians, as well as trained, licensed certified veterinary technicians (CVTs) and veterinary assistants. We are proud to offer accessibly priced services, as well as reduced costs for community members on government assistance and free programs for community animals.
For more information about the WHS Spay and Neuter Clinic, call 503-480-7729 or email email@example.com.
Clinic Rates and Services
For Owned Cats
The WHS Spay and Neuter Clinic is pleased to offer affordable sterilization rates for owned cats. These services include pain medication, a nail trim and e-collar. Our current feline-focused services and pricing include:
- Male Cat Neuter: $50 ($25, with government assistance)
- Female Cat Spay: $70 ($30, with government assistance)
Our clinic also offers the following services for cats at the time of surgery:
- FVRCP Vaccine: $10
- Deworming/Earmite/Flea Treatment: $10
- FeLV/FIV Test: $25
- Rabies Vaccine: $10
- Hernia Repair: $15
- Microchip: $20
Please note! The Willamette Humane Society Spay and Neuter Clinic requires:
- All cats must be at least four months old, but younger than seven years old.
- A deposit is due at the time of appointment scheduling.
- All animals we spay or neuter will receive a very small tattooed line on their abdomen and is not optional.
- If you think your pet could be in heat, pregnant, or nursing, please tell us at the time you schedule your appointment.
Do you provide free services for community and feral cats?
Yes! The Feral Cat Package is for unowned and feral cats received in a trap. The package includes a spay or neuter surgery, vaccinations, ear tip, deworming, flea and ear mite treatment. This service is available at zero cost to community cats in Marion and Polk Counties only; the package for feral cats outside our service area costs $43. Please note that feral cats will not receive a physical exam prior to surgery to determine fitness for receiving anesthesia. You may request an FELV/FIV Test at the time of surgery for $25. There is a suggested $10 donation.
What forms of government assistance do you accept?
The current list of programs that qualify clients for WHS Spay and Neuter Clinic assistance are the Oregon Health Plan, Medicaid, SNAP, housing assistance (such as Section 8), Woman Infant Child (WIC) Nutrition Program, need-based financial aid grants, Social Security benefits, and unemployment benefits. Is your government assistance program not listed here? Please call us at 503-480-7729 for additional information.