Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire Spay/Neuter

Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire county-areas

Dakin Humane Society
171 Union Street
Springfield, MA 01105
(413) 781-4019
Dakin Pioneer Valley Humane Society has a Community Spay/Neuter Clinic for cats (including feral cats) and dogs. The Clinic is open Monday- Saturday every week. Call or visit the website for more information, Low income pit bulls in their service area, $50. Low income cats, $50 (includes FVRCP and rabies).
Second Chance Animal Shelter
372 North Main Street
North Brookfield, MA 01535
(508) 637-1333
Second Chance Animal Shelter operates a high-quality low-cost spay/neuter clinic. This program also offers transport services to residents who need assistance with getting their pets to our facility. Female cats $70.00 and males $55.00 which includes a free rabies vaccine. Feral cat package is only $30.00. Cost for dogs is based on the size and weight of the dog please visit our website to apply for our SPOT program. Pit Fix Program – All pitbull type dogs are spayed/neutered for $50.00. Second Chance also offers full vet services at our Wellness Center in North Brookfield with subsidized costs for those that meet the qualifications. To read more please visit our website
Concerned Citizens for Animals
P.O. Box 80073
Springfield, MA 01138
(413) 565-5383
Concerned Citizens for Animals (CCA) helps trap and spay/neuter free roaming cats. CCA also issues spay/neuter certificates to low income pet owners valid at thirty veterinarians in western Massachusetts. Call to see if you qualify or visit
Sterling Animal Shelter
17 Laurelwood Rd
Sterling, MA 01564
(978) 422-8449
Fax: 978-442-8574
Sterling Animal Shelter has an on-site veterinary clinic that offers low cost spay/neuter and basic dental services to the public and other shelters/rescues and ACOs. The clinic is open Monday – Thursday and they have no income requirements. The clinic also offers special pricing for Pit Bulls through their Operation Pit Stop and Feline Feral Fix programs. To learn more visit
Homeless Cat Project
P.O. Box 80256
Springfield, MA 01138
The mission of the Homeless Cat Project (HCP) is to reduce the number of free-roaming cats by establishing colonies of spayed/neutered, vaccinated felines in their familiar environments under the supervision of a daiy human caregiver. The Homeless Cat Project has been successfully operating a trap-neuter-return program for free-roaming cats in the greater Springfield area since 1998. HCP is a local, all-volunteer organization sponsored by New England Animal Action, Inc. Please visit their website or call for more information if you need spay/neuter assistance for a free-roaming cat. Since this listing is for spay/neuter only I don’t think you need the below sentence in the write up. Organized and staffed by volunteers since the fall of 1998, the Homeless Cat Project is not an adoption agency; nor do we routinely transport cats to shelters.
Here Today Adopted Tomorrow
180 Sturbridge Road
PO Box 557
Brimfield, MA 01010
(413) 324 8224
Here Today Adopted Tomorrow Animal Sanctuary is able to assist with Trap Neuter Return of outdoor cats in Brimfield, Holland, Monson, Palmer, Southbridge, Sturbridge, Wales and Warren. Here Today Adopted Tomorrow also has a limited amount of funding to help pet owners spay/neuter their pets in Palmer 01069 and Three Rivers 01080. To find out more please call (413) 324-8224 or email
The H.O.P.E. Spay/Neuter Clinic
130 Scott Road A-4
Waterbury, CT 06705
(203) 437-7955
The H.O.P.E Clinic provides low cost spay/neuter for cats (including ferals) and dogs. The charge for feral cats is $45.00 and includes rabies vaccine, distemper vaccine and the ear-tipping. The HOPE Clinic is part of the Humane Alliance network of clinics. It is open Monday – Friday. Call or visit their website for more information,

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