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How do you spay a stray cat?

How do you spay a stray cat?

The first step is making arrangements with a local veterinarian. For help in finding a vet or low-cost spay/neuter program contact SPAY/USA at 1-800- 248-SPAY. The next stage is the trapping. Your local humane society or animal control agency may be able to loan you the traps, or you may prefer to buy a humane trap.

What does a spay tattoo look like?

Vets typically tattoo the dog with either a blue or green colored line. The line is located near the scar from surgery. It’s not always easy to know if a dog has been neutered. A scar is a tell tale sign of a surgery but the scar will fade over time.

Can a spayed cat get pregnant?

A: No. The spaying operation removes the ovaries and uterus. Therefore she will be infertile and won’t be able to get pregnant. Q: How soon after my dog/cat has puppies/kittens do you recommend that she be spayed?

When is free spay / neuter clinic in Sacramento CA?

All Sunday clinics have been sponsored and spay/neuter will be FREE for all Sacramento County feral/community cats through May 2021! An appointment is required. The Sacramento SPCA holds Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Clinics four Sundays per month.

Where can I get a cat spayed in New York City?

The ASPCA, The Humane Society of New York, The Toby Project, and several other local and national organizations are strong supporters of our efforts to bring the feral and stray cat population under control in New York City.

How much does Friends of animals spay and neuter cats?

Friends of Animals offers low-cost Cat Spay Certificates for $65 and Cat Neuter Certificates for $51. Please refer to our Feral-Friendly Veterinarians page to cross-reference the clinics that accept these certificates if you are making an appointment for a feral cat.

How much does it cost to have a feral cat spayed?

The price is $20* per cat and includes spay/neuter, a mandatory ear tip, FVRCP and rabies vaccinations, and flea and earmite treatment if needed. To reserve one or more spots at one of these clinics, you may e-mail us at [email protected] or leave a message at (916) 504-2818.