Virginia Spay / Neuter Programs

NOTE: This is not a complete list. For a comprehensive list of of Virginia spay/neuter clinics and programs by city and county, see:

Angels of Assisi Virginia Spay/Neuter Programs phone list:

  • Bedford – 540-586-6100
  • Blacksburg – 540-382-1166
  • Charlottesville – 434-973-5959 ext. 249
  • Christiansburg – 540-382-7297
  • Danville – 434-799-0843
  • Floyd – 540-745-7207
  • Henry – 540-365-9917
  • Lynchburg – 434-384-2551; 434-929-0039
  • Martinsville – 276-638-2287
  • Montgomery County/Christiansburg – 540-382-1166
  • Nelson County – 434-263-7722
  • Pulaski – 434-674-0089
  • Radford – 540-731-3688
  • Roanoke – 434-384-2551

BRISTOL

CHARLOTTESVILLE/ALBEMARLE

CHESAPEAKE

  • Meower Power Feral Cat Coalition

CHRISTIANSBURG

CULPEPER (ALSO NORTHERN VIRGINIA)

DUMFRIES

FRANKLIN COUNTY/ROCKY MOUNT

  • Franklin County Humane Society Inc
    Planned Pethood Spay/Neuter Clinic
    540-489-3775
    540-489-3491
    Email: donnae@cablenet-va.com

FREDERICKSBURG AND FAUQUIER COUNTY

GREENE/MADISON COUNTIES

  • Madison-Greene Humane Society
    Spay/neuter program is open to all Greene/Madison County residents (and potentially others), regardless of income (cats, including ferals, and dogs under 60 pounds are handled).The Madison-Greene Humane Society accepts Voices for Animals spay/neuter vouchers for feral cats. The
    clinics are held on Wednesday of every week. You must call ahead for appointments.Contact: Madison-Greene Humane Society
    434-985-3203
    Email: info@madisongreenehumanesociety.com

    Prices for cats are:

    • FVRCP (Distemper): 10.00
    • Feline Spay: 52.00
    • Feline Neuter: 35.00
    • Rabies Vaccine: 10.00
    • FELV/FIV Combo Test: 15.00
    • Frontline: 10.00

    Additional fees for special circumstances:

    • Cryptorchid: 12.00
    • Umbilical Hernia Repair: 15.00
    • In Heat: 10.00
    • Pregnant: 15.00

    Ear tipping available on request at no extra charge.

HARRISONBURG & SHENANDOAH VALLEY

  • Shenandoah Valley Spay/Neuter Clinic
    Low-cost spay/neuter surgery to cats and dogs. No income requirements.
    Feral cats are welcome. In order to reach a wide geographical area, the
    Clinic operates a transport van, bringing in animals from up to 100 miles
    away.

    • $50 for female cats (plus $8 for rabies vaccination)
    • $35 for male cats (plus $8 for rabies vaccination)

    910 N. Liberty Street
    Harrisonburg, VA 22802
    540-437-1980

  • Kindred Spirits
    Low-cost spay/neuter clinic in Staunton.
    540-213-3792

    • $50 for female cats (plus $10 for rabies vaccination)
    • $35 for male cats (plus $10 for rabies vaccination)
  • Cat’s Cradle Feral Trap-Neuter-Return Program (TNR)
    Cat’s Cradle offers expert assistance in TNR to anyone who has a neighborhood-full,
    a yard-full, or a barn-full of cats, and will agree to care for the cats
    once the TNR process is complete.
    For information on TNR, go to: www.neighborhoodcats.org
    or www.alleycatallies.org.
    For assistance with cats in your area, call: 540-438-5222
  • Cat’s Cradle Low-income Assistance
    Cat’s Cradle offers financial assistance to pet owners who can’t otherwise
    afford spay/neuter services. Costs to the owner vary according to ability
    to pay. No one is turned away. For assistance, call 540-438-5222

LEESBURG

  • The Leesburg Canine Country Club has partnered with Virginia Spay and Neuter Alliance and Clinic (VA-SNAC) to build a regional high-volume, low-cost spay and neuter clinic which will serve animal shelters and rescue groups, target low-income pet owners, and provide free transport up to 90 miles from the clinic. VA-SNAC will operate under the model designed by the nationally
    renowned Humane Alliance (humanealliance.org), a clinic that sterilizes more than 20,000 animals each year, and has reduced local shelter intake by over 70%.

LEXINGTON/ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY

LYNCHBURG

LOUISA & LAKE ANNA

  • SNAP – Louisa
    TNR assistance and spay shuttle
    540-967-3573 (Voice Mailbox)
    E-mail: mail@snapva.org
    Financial assistance is available to low income citizens of Louisa County,
    VA and the Lake Anna area. to spay or neuter their pets. Prices vary according
    to the pet owner’s ability to pay. We do not turn anyone away for lack
    of funds. People who can pay a little more help us save more animal lives.
    Unfortunately, our funds are limited, and we are not able to subsidize
    care of sick or injured animals. If your animal is not well, please see
    your veterinarian before signing up with SNAP. Required vaccinations
    are the owner’s responsibility.

MADISON COUNTY (SEE GREENE/MADISON ABOVE)

MECKLENBURG COUNTY/CHASE CITY

  • SNAPS (Spay/Neuter All Pets Society)
    434-372-3870, 434-582-5491, or 434-374-8076
    Chase City, VA 23924

NORTHERN VIRGINIA/DC

  • Adams Morgan Animal Hospital
    Washington, DC 20009
    202-638-7470
  • Cats Rule (Fairfax)
    email: info@catsrule.org
  • Washington Animal Rescue League
    Washington, DC 20011
    202-726-2273
  • Petworth Animal Hospital
    Georgia Avenue, Washington, DC
    202-723-7142
  • Animal Welfare League of Alexandria
    Alexandria, VA 22304
    703-838-4774
  • Animal Welfare League of Arlington
    703-931-9241
  • Barkshire Woods – United Humanitarians
    Coverage area, Fairfax, Prince William, Fauquier, Culpeper, Stafford Counties.
    Spay Neuter Shuttle service and low-income assistance.
    Email: sandy.dixon@direcway.com
  • Capital Area Mobile Spay Neuter Clinic
    Arlington, VA 22204
    703-486-0303
  • Metro Ferals
    Feral Cat Program Spay/Neuter Clinic
    Arlington, VA 22207
    703-528-7782
    Feral spay/neuter clinics 2nd and 4th Sundays
  • National Capital Area Spay & Neuter Center
    1001 L Street, SE
    Washington, DC 20003
    202-88-ALTER
    Email: Lmangan@washhumane.org
    To clarify the stray and feral cat services offered at the National Capital
    Area Spay & Neuter Center: caregivers and trappers of stray and feral
    cats — cats NOT slated for foster or adoption — may make appointments
    to come to the Center 4-days a week (Tues-Friday) and there are dedicated
    Feral Sundays once monthly — typically the 2nd Sunday of the month. Whether
    during the week or on on Sunday, stray and feral cats MUST have appointments
    and MUST come to the Center in their own humane traps. No carriers. No
    sharing. For cats coming from outside of DC, the fee is $45 per cat. That
    includes all vaccinations (Rabies & FVRCP), eartipping, fliuds, flea treatment,
    etc.). The full list of services is available online: www.washhumane.org/catnipp.asp.

RICHMOND

  • Feral Cats – Richmond – Operation Catnip
    E-mail: operationcatnip@gmail.com
    Clinic reservations – 804-228-6479.
  • Richmond – Pet Fix Coalition
    804-739-7868 or 1-888-PetFix1
  • Richmond – Prevent a Litter Veterinary Hospital
    Open to all Central Virginia residents
    421 W. Cary Street, Richmond VA 23221
    804-359-MEOW (6369)
    Fax: 804-358-7486
    carycats@erols.com

    • $35 female cat plus $10 rabies
    • $25 male cat plus $10 rabies
  • Richmond SPCA
    Contact the Richmond SPCA about their spay/neuter program for feral cats.

ROANOKE

  • Angels of Assisi
    415 Campbell Avenue, SW
    Roanoke, VA 24016
    434-384-2551
    No income limit for ferals; $25K household income limit for owned cats
    Prices: $33 per cat plus $5 for rabies

SPOTSYLVANIA

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