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All About Animals Rescue offers low cost spay and neuter, TNR training and discount pricing, live trap loan outs, walk in wellness clinics, and discounted vaccines/prevention. AAA in Flint and Warren does walk in spay/neuter for community cats 3 days a week (limit 3 cats per household) For $25, a cat in a live trap is fixed, rabies vaccinated, and ear tipped. (Check All About Animals website for more information including drop off times and days) All About Animal's has locations in Flint, Warren, and Auburn Hills, and also offers transport to All About Animals for spay/neuter appointments.
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BWA Humane Society offers a spay/neuter program for low-income families of St. Clair County. They offer a spay/neuter certificate that covers a portion of the spay/neuter of your animal. View their website for more information.
The Capital Area Humane Society offers low cost spay and neuter services, vaccines, and prevention by appointment. Owned female cats are $60, males are $35. The Capital Area Humane Society also has a Community Cat Program, following just a few steps on their website you have access to FREE use of their live traps, FREE spay/neuter for your community cats (feral/free roaming), FREE vaccines: rabies, FVRCP vaccine, and FREE ear tipping (ear tipping is mandatory). The Community Cat Program is only available for cats residing in Ingham, Eaton, or Clinton County.
C-SNIP offers low cost spay and neuter, as well as reduced cost wellness exams, vaccines, basic treatments, and prevention. C-SNIP has a TNR program now called "Annie's Feral Cat Fund". For just $15, a feral community cat that is live-trapped and brought to C-SNIP through this program will be spayed/neutered, ear-tipped, vaccinated. CSNIP is located in Grand Rapids.
The Humane Society of Bay County offers low cost spay/neuter with the help of All About Animals. They also have a pet food pantry, and a TNR program, where you can ask for assistance in TNR'ing community cats.
The Michigan Humane Society offers a TNR program called "The Neil Meade TNR Program". They provide FREE sterilization for feral cats. All you have to do is visit their website, join the Michigan Humane TNR Program, watch a few informational videos, and you are certified. Michigan Humane also offers a Pet Pantry Program, low-cost vaccination clinics, and a Military Program that offers free adoptions and discounted vet care for veterans and active-duty military.
Spay Neuter Express is a mobile spay/neuter/vaccine clinic owned by Dr. Corey Cohle DVM. He believes that everyone should have access to high quality routine pet health care at an affordable cost. Cat spays/neuters are $65, vaccines are additional, but discounted. SNE has multiple locations they service including Cedar Springs, Otsego, Grand Rapids, Greenville, Ionia, and Lowell.
The Paws Clinic offers low cost spay/neuter, vaccines, and prevention. An owned cat spay/neuter is $75. The Paws Clinic also offers low cost spay/neuter for community/feral cats. The cost is $30 per cat and includes spay/neuter, rabies vaccine, ear mite treatment, and ear tip. Appointments are recommended, they do offer walk-ins on Mondays only (1 cat per household), but only the first 10 cats will be accepted without an appointment. Visit their website for more information. The Paws Clinic is located in Taylor.
Quick Fix provides low cost spay/neuter, vaccination, prevention, etc. for both owned and feral cats. They offer a special program for feral cat trappers/caretakers and ask that you email them for more information. Quick Fix Veterinary Clinic is open to all, while targeting the communities south of Grand Rapids, including Caledonia, Alto, Middleville, Hastings, Dorr, Wayland, Allegan, etc.
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