CAT offers two spay/neuter programs to assist cat owners. You may elect to include additional services, such as microchipping and vaccinations, at the time of the appointment. Please see below for pricing and other information.
Appointments are available Tuesday-Friday. The clinic is closed on weekends, Mondays, and major holidays.
To schedule an appointment, please call: (503) 925-8903.
$10 spay/neuter - For cat-owners on public assistance in Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas, or Clark County. Take advantage of this Portland Metro area-wide initiative that will save you money and save thousands of cats by preventing overpopulation! Please contact CAT at (503) 925-8903 to verify eligibility for this program and schedule your appointment.
Spay & Save is a project of the Animal Shelter Alliance of Portland (ASAP), of which CAT is a founding member. Visit the ASAP website for more information about the Spay & Save program.
$35 neuter (male) / $50 spay (female) - Available to any Oregon resident. Please print an Oregon Spay/Neuter Fund coupon directly from OSNF and bring it with you to your appointment. There are a limited number of appointments available during the week, so we appreciate your flexibility. Please contact CAT at (503) 925-8903 to schedule your appointment.
The following packages are available ONLY at the time of spay/neuter surgery. No substitutions are allowed, and there are no additional discounts off the package prices below. The pricing listed is current for any client, regardless of the spay/neuter program for which you qualify.
|Bronze Package: $10||Silver Package: $25||Gold Package: $40|
|Includes all Bronze items, plus:
Microchip w/ registration
Ear cleaning and ear mite
treatment (if needed)
|Includes all Bronze & Silver items, plus:
A la carte items may be purchased individually or in addition to a package:
Rabies vaccination - $10
Microchip with registration - $10
FeLV/FIV test - $25
Post-operative pain medication - $Cost varies (based on cat’s weight; cannot be estimated prior to exam)
All spay/neuter surgeries are performed by qualified, licensed veterinarians. All animals receive a brief physical exam prior to surgery and are attended to by veterinary technicians and veterinary assistants during surgery. All surgical patients receive pain medications before surgery, and you may elect to purchase post-operative pain medication at an additional cost (costs are based on weight and cannot be estimated prior to the exam).