Low-Cost Spay and Neuter Resources
- Ace of Spays (Dr. Cobb, Hainesport, NJ), 609-267-6770
- Animal Adoption Center 856-663-1836
- Animal Alliance of Cape May County 609-465-NEUT (6388)
- Animal Birth Control (Ocean County residents only)
- Animal Friends Foundation Vineland, 856-503-5572
- Animal Welfare Association Voorhees, 856-424-2288, ext 105. The Animal Welfare Association is now offering a $35 feral cat sterilization, vaccination and ear-tipping.
- Camden County Animal Shelter 856-401-1300. CCAS offers a monthly low cost clinic. Special clinics offer pricing as low as $35 for spaying and vaccinations.
- Cumberland County SPCA Spay/neuter 856-691-1500
- Friends of Animals 800-321-PETS (7387)
- Humane Society of Atlantic County (609) 347-2487
- NJ Cat and Dog Spay/Neuter Fund
- Oasis Animal Sanctuary (856) 262-1222
- Salem County Humane Society Carney's Point, 856-299-2220
- Save the Animals Foundation (STAF) 856-218-8437. This organization provides two separate services: Spay Day/Mobile Vans once a month (see below) and spay/neuter certificates that many veterinarians accept as full or partial payment (ask your vet for details).
- Spay our Strays Low-cost spay neuter clinic for pets and feral cats
- Project TNR Spay/Neuter Resource Directory Directory in North and Central New Jersey
- SPAY USA National organization
- The Spayed Club Sharon Hill, PA; serves the greater Philadelphia region, 484-540-8436
STAF Spay Day/Mobile Van
Each month, STAF holds a Spay Day in a different location on mobile van. Your cat is spayed or neutered by a licensed veterinarian in its mobile surgical unit. Please call to reserve your cat's space. Very important note - it is essential that your cat arrives in a secure carrier, fastened properly, OR a humane trap. NO cardboard carriers or boxes.
You can also purchase a STAF Certificate. If you choose to use the STAF certificate at Animal Welfare Association's spay/neuter clinic in Voorhees, rabies and distemper shots and absorbable sutures will be included at no additional cost. You can also use your certificate with many veterinarians in the South Jersey area who cooperate with STAF's low-cost spay/neuter program and accept their certificates as payment for the surgery. However, most of these doctors will require additional payment from you to cover the costs of an office visit and inoculations. Remember to notify the veterinarian's office that you are using a certificate from STAF to pay for the surgery and ask what the additional fees/charges will be.
There are MANY available resources for pet owners in financial crisis. If you are losing your home, cannot afford pet food or need veterinary assistance, take a look at some of the resources below. You do not need to permanently surrender your pet!