Many people want to have their pets spayed or neutered, but when they find out how much it costs, they think it won't be possible. Others want to help community cats but think they won't be able to find a low-cost or free option. But it absolutely is possible—there are many shelters, veterinarians, and organizations who are ready and able to help. And it can be easy to find them.

If you still need help, we've got more suggestions

  1. Visit our trouble affording your pet page to see if there is a state or national group that will help you out.
  2. Call your local humane society or animal shelter and tell them you are looking for low-cost spay/neuter services.
  3. Talk to your veterinarian. You might be able to work out payment arrangements.
  4. Contact Care Credit, which offers credit plans for veterinary services.