Spay and Neuter Programs for Your Cat

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There are plenty of reasons to spay and neuter your pets. Yes, having your pet “fixed” prevents unwanted litters.

But there are many other incentives as well, including your pet’s health and happiness.

To find a lower-cost spay/neuter clinic near you, please visit the ASPCA’s Free and Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Database.


These routine surgeries typically cost up to $200, depending on the vet and the facility. However, more affordable options are available to pet owners through lower-cost spay/neuter programs and clinics.

To find an in-depth list of the reasons to spay or neuter your pet see Benefits of Spaying and Why Neuter Your Dog?


When Can I Spay My Cat?

The following article is courtesy of our partner, Banfield Pet Hospital. Used with permission.


Q: “My cat just had kittens. How soon can she be spayed?”

A: Technically, she could be spayed now if she is healthy. However, it’s usually becomest to wait until the kittens are weaned at 6-8 weeks post birth. Some females can become pregnant very quickly after birth, so don’t wait too long. Check with your veterinarian and make an appointment for the spay.


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