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LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER CLINICS
Barnstable county (Cape Cod) area and the Islands (Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard)

Animal Rescue League of Boston Spay Waggin'
South Shore and Cape C0d
(877) 590-SPAY
email: spaywaggin@arlboston.org
www.arlboston.org/spay-waggin
The Spay Waggin’ is a subsidized spay/neuter program created by the Animal Rescue League of Boston to assist clients in financial need. Staffed by an Animal Rescue League of Boston veterinarian and two certified veterinary technicians, the Spay Waggin’ features a preparation area, a fully equipped surgical suite and a recovery ward. The Spay Waggin’ makes monthly scheduled stops throughout the South Shore and the Cape to perform surgeries on an appointment-only basis. For current fees and a schedule of upcoming locations please visit their website.
A Helping Paw Humane Society
P.O. Box 387
Buzzards Bay, MA 02532
(508) 291-7297
www.ahelpingpaw.org
Spay/neuter certificates for low-income pet owners and those willing to care for feral cats in the Bourne/Wareham and surrounding areas are available. Traps can also be loaned for a fee. Call or visit A Helping Paw's website for more information.
Cape Cod MSPCA
1577 Falmouth Road
Centerville, MA  02632
(508) 775-0940
www.mspca.org/cape
The MSPCA Cape Adoption Center will be holding a series of low cost cat spay/neuter clinics for low income families throughout 2013. Female cats will be $30 and male cats will be $20, which includes the spay/neuter surgery, rabies vaccine, distemper vaccine and flea preventative. The Adoption Center also offers low cost spay/neuter for low income owners of pit bulls and pit bull mixes. To see if you qualify visit their website http://www.mspca.org/adoption/cape-cod/spay-neuter-clinic.html or call 508-775-0940.

New England Society for Abandoned Animals
Po Box 1041
Osterville, MA 02655
(508) 7717800
info@nesaa.org
www.nesaa.org

New England Society for Abandoned Animals (NESAA) offers Free & Affordable (sliding scale) spay/neuters for under-resourced individuals and families in targeted communities that show the greatest need.  NESAA also has a very active feral cat management program. Spaying and Neutering is the most effective way to humanely control the overpopulation of dogs and cats. Offering this to the community is a key component to our life saving mission. We do this in-part through collaborations with local veterinarians who steeply discount their rates. Also, NESAA has an in-house surgical suite to be able to keep up with the demand for sterilizations. To see if you qualify, please contact (508) 771-7800 or go to www.nesaa.org for more information.

Standish Humane Society
P.O. Box 634
Duxbury, MA  02331
(781) 834-4663
standishhumane@comcast.net
www.standishhumanesociety.com

Standish Humane Society has a reduced-cost spay/neuter program in which 26 veterinary hospitals participate. Standish offers reduced-cost sterilization to owners who cannot afford regular veterinary fees. For more information about their reduced cost spay/neuter program email standishhumane@comcast.net
or call 781-834-4663 (choose option 4).
Friends of the Plymouth Pound
P.O. Box 578
Manomet, MA  02345
(508) 224-6651
www.fppshelter.org
Friends of the Plymouth Pound provides financial assistance for spay/neuter in cooperation with local vets.  Call for more information.
Carrie A. Seaman Animal Shelter (CASAS)
PO Box 1374
Provincetown, MA 02657
(508) 487-4243
www.casasanimalshelter.org
Provides half-price subsidized spay/neuter services to Provincetown, Truro, Wellfleet, and Eastham at the Eastham Veterinary Hospital.
Cattrap Nantucket
PO Box 3225
Nantucket, MA 02584
cattrapnantucket@gmail.com
Cattrap Nantucket’s mission is to lower Nantucket's feral cat population through a humane trap, spay/neuter, return and care program. CATTRAP provides sanctuary for cats in need and finds caring homes for socialized cats and kittens. Email for help with a feral cat.

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