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Spay and Neuter programs for community / feral cats

By offering free or low-cost spay/neuter for feral cats, Spay Neuter Network is empowering our communities to care responsibly for community cat colonies and preventing overpopulation as humanely as possible.

The $30 Spay Neuter Network low-cost community cat program is available starting February 1, 2022, at our CRANDALL location only. Details below. 

City of Dallas Residents with an SR number may have community cats spayed or neutered at no cost to them. Details below.

The Free program for Fort Worth Residents is still active, thanks to the generosity of Saving Hope Foundation. details below.

The average cost of these surgeries to Spay Neuter Network, without vaccines or ear tip, is $100 per cat. Please consider donating and getting others to donate. It is the only way we can continue these life saving programs. The longer we wait, the more kittens we will see roaming the streets.

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If clinics are at capacity, cats may be held until the next day. Please note that if you bring a cat that is found to already be spayed or neutered, the grant will not pick up the cost associated with the services rendered. You will be responsible for all services performed.

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$30 Community Cat Fix

Available at the Crandall clinic only

$30 community cat fix at our Crandall clinic only.

$30 covers surgery and rabies only.

SNN Crandall Clinic
102 E Trunk St, Crandall, 75114
Check-in: Monday through Thursday at 7:30 am

Only 2 cats per trapper / 6 total accepted per day. All cats must be in a humane trap. No appointments are taken.

Please note that if you bring a cat in that is found to already be spayed or neutered, the grant will not pick up the cost associated with the services rendered. You will be responsible for all services performed.

Before you arrive, please complete a Surgery Authorization Form



Fort Worth Free Community and Feral Cat Fix, Vaccination, Microchip

Available to Fort Worth Residents these ZIP codes: 76103, 76104, 76105, 76106, 76107, 76108, 76110, 76111, 76112, 76114, 76115, 76116, 76119, 76133 and 76140. Clinics have a max capacity of 6 per day, 2 cats per trapper per day. First-come First-Served. No appointments are taken.

City of Fort Worth Residents in qualifying zip codes may have feral cats spayed or neutered at no cost to them. Microchip, Rabies vaccination, and *ear tip are included with surgery. 

Qualifying zip codes: 76103, 76104, 76105, 76106, 76107, 76108, 76110, 76111, 76112, 76114, 76115, 76116, 76119, 76133 and 76140

The program requires that the cat is trapped in a humane trap, and then brought to our clinic. Friendly neighborhood cats, barn cats, or owned cats do not qualify.

SNN Fort Worth Clinic
3117 E Seminary Dr, Fort Worth, 76119
Check-in: Thursdays at 7:30 am

Before you arrive, please complete a Surgery Authorization Form



Dallas Free Feral / Community Cat Fix

Available to City of Dallas Residents with an SR number

Only 2 cats per trapper / 6 total accepted per day. All cats must be in a humane trap. No appointments are taken.

Transport will be at our Dallas clinic to transport to the Crandall clinic if needed. (102 E Trunk Street, Crandall TX 75114). Trappers may also take cats to our Crandall clinic if Dallas is full for the same services.

MAY 17, 31 and JUNE 14, 28: Free feral cat fix for City of Dallas residents with an SR number. 

City of Dallas Residents with an SR number may have community / feral cats spayed or neutered at no cost to them. Rabies vaccination and *ear tip are included with surgery. The program requires that the cat is feral or un-owned. Cats must be brought in a humane trap. No appointments are taken. First-come-first-serve. No limit to the number of cats per person. Max capacity of 50 cats. Cats must be free-roaming cats within the City of Dallas; can not be kittens that are trapped and then go into a rescue group for adoptions. Please note that if you bring a cat that is found to already be spayed or neutered or if you do not have an SR number, the grant will not pick up the cost associated with the services rendered. You will be responsible for all services performed.

Check-in is 8:00 am to 8:30 am.

Get a service request (SR) number online. Once you click the link select Animal Loose Cat. Fill out all the information on the cats and get the SR number. Bring the SR number to the clinic with the cats. *Ear tipping is where the tip of the left ear is clipped while under anesthesia. This is painless to the cat and is very important once you release it back into the colony. If the cat is trapped again, the trapper will release it after seeing the tipped ear.

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