Spay Neuter Resources


Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Program – Forgotten Felines of Sonoma County (FFSC)

Forgotten Felines works to provide care and control of feral cat colonies through their TTVAR-M (Trap, Test, Vaccinate, Alter, Release and Maintain) program. Once a cat has been trapped, tested, vaccinated and altered, the cat is “ear tipped” as a means of future identification before return to its colony. The program results in a stable colony of healthy and non-reproducing cats that are fed and monitored by Forgotten Felines caretakers. For more information, visit Forgotten Felines of Sonoma County.

Fix-It Clinic in Rohnert Park and Cotati

Monthly clinics (pdf) for pets from low-income residents within Rohnert Park and Cotati city limits. Cats are done for free and dogs under 80 lbs for just $60. Includes vaccinations and microchip. Call 588-3531 for an appointment. Sponsored by the Rohnert Park Animal Shelter and the City of Rohnert Park.

Free Mom Cat and Dog Spays

This program, offered  by Sonoma County Animal Care and Control, is for mom cats and dogs that currently have a litter. When a pet owner relinquishes a litter of kittens or puppies to our shelter, we offer free spay services for the mom of the litter. To receive the free spay for the mom cat or dog you must turn in the litter for adoption when the kittens or puppies are two months or older. Call (707) 565-7100 for an appointment.

“Love Me, Fix Me”

Love Me, Fix Me” is a team effort between Sonoma County Animal Care and Control and Sonoma Humane Society. The program provides spay/neuter surgery for cats and dogs for just $30, which also included vaccination and micro-chip. The surgeries take place throughout the County aboard Sonoma County Animal Care and Control’s mobile clinic, or at its shelter near the Sonoma County Airport, or at Sonoma Humane’s clinic on Highway 12 between Santa Rosa and Sebastopol. Call (800) 427-7973 to make an appointment for your pet.

Low-cost Pit Fix

The City of Santa Rosa and unincorporated Sonoma County require that all pit bulls 4-months of age and older are spayed or neutered. Sonoma County Animal Care and Control is offering a limited number of appointments each week with a charge of $60, $70 or $90 depending on the weight of the animal. To schedule a spay/neuter surgery for your pet, call (707) 565-7100.

Pets Lifeline in Sonoma Valley

Pets Lifeline offers low-cost spay/neuter surgeries by appointment (includes micro-chip and vaccination). Call (707) 996-4577 x100 to schedule your pet.