how do i find a clinic that will neuter my cat based on income?

Question by Jessica B: how do i find a clinic that will neuter my cat based on income?
i know there are places like this, but i just don’t know how to locate them. any suggestions?

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Answer by Edthescienceguy
I don’t know of any cats that have an income!!!!

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9 thoughts on “how do i find a clinic that will neuter my cat based on income?”

  1. I would check for the nearest Humane Society, or Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. They usually sponsor low cost clinics, based on income. In my area, the local animal shelter will provide a low cost (or free) spaying/neutering voucher if you adopt their animal and they haven’t already neutered it.

  2. I don’t know of any clinics that will base the cost of neutering on a persons income. The best thing to do is to call around to your local animal shelters and ask for the names of low cost spay and neuter clinics in your area. Also, many clinics will have one day a month that is designed for low cost vaccinations on a cash basis only.

  3. Check the Yellow Pages of your telephone directory and call for estimates of cost for this particular service with an accredited veterinarian in your area–be sure it’s one you trust. Or, you could search the Internet through search engines. A good one to use is b/c you can type in your question. Good luck!

  4. All good answers above. Sometimes I have found low cost spay/neutering places in the Pets sectiom of the Classifieds newspaper. I don’t know where you live or I would check myself,but you do, so look at your local newspaper’s classified section. Many are online, and for free.

  5. Low Cost or Free spay and neuter programs

    Groups that help with Vet Bills

    American Animal Hospital Association
    “Through the AAHA Helping Pets Fund, veterinary care is possible for sick or injured pets even if they have been abandoned or if their owner is experiencing financial hardship.”

    Angels 4 Animals
    “Our services range from financial aid to complete treatment
    to those pets and pet owners in need.”

    Care Credit
    A credit card company for health care, including veterinary care.
    “With a comprehensive range of plan options, for
    treatment or procedure fees from $ 1 to over $ 25,000, we offer a plan
    and a low monthly payment to fit comfortably into almost every

    Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance (FVEAP)
    “Seniors, People with disabilities, People who
    have lost their job, Good Samaritans who rescue a cat or kitten – any of these folks may need financial assistance to save a beloved companion.”

    The Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance Program is a nonprofit 501
    (c)(3) organization that provides financial assistance to cat and
    kitten guardians who are unable to afford veterinary services to save
    their companions when life-threatening illness or injury strikes.

    God’s Creatures Ministry
    “This fund helps pay for veterinarian bills for those who need help.”

    “Our efforts focus on serving the elderly, the disabled, and the
    working poor.”

    “We are dedicated to insure that no
    companion animal has to be euthanized simply because their caretaker
    is financially challenged.”

    The Pet Fund
    “The Pet Fund is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit association that
    provides financial assistance to owners of domestic animals who need
    urgent veterinary care.”

    United Animal Nations
    “The mission of LifeLine is to help homeless or recently rescued
    animals suffering from life-threatening conditions that require
    specific and immediate emergency veterinary care. We strive to serve
    Good Samaritans and rescue groups who take in sick or injured
    animals. In certain cases, LifeLine can also assist senior citizens
    and low-income families pay for immediate emergency veterinary care.”

    UK Assistance with Veterinary Bills
    “Most of us can cope with the financial commitment involved in the
    day to day care of our pets. However, how many of us come out in a
    cold sweat when our pet is ill or injured and we know we have to take
    it to the vet? Most of us are fortunate enough to be able to afford
    it but, some of us who love our animals dearly cannot. Unfortunately
    we do not have a PDSA or a RSPCA Centre within our area, but there
    are a few charities who may be able to help.”

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