Spay / Neuter Financial Resources   

 Below are Spay / Neuter Resources for folks needing financial assistance in getting their personal  pet spayed or neutered, as well as for folks assisting feral or stray cats. Note that most SPCA's and  Humane Societies do have programs!  Someone will help you! Note, you will need to read each program's criteria and see  where you fit!   I have tried to categorize all the information, but it is constantly evolving and program requirements change.
 No one size fits all, but please, take the time to help the cats, kittens, dogs, and puppies  get spayed /neutered.

Bugsy's Note:  If you allow your pet to reproduce, EVEN f you find homes for the kittens and puppies, another pet will be put to sleep - it's a FACT.  
PS:  If you come across any other resources, please email them to Bugsy!

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Resources Physically Located in Monroe County
    Note:  These resources are physically located in Monroe County, but most of the organizations will provide assistance for  animals outside of Monroe.
Resources Physically Located in Monroe County
Note:  These resources are physically located in Monroe County, but most of the organizations will assist for animals outside of Monroe.
Resources Physically Located Outside of Monroe County
The resources below are associated with organizations located outside of Monroe County.  However, visit their websites to see where you fit.  Also, note that some resources located in Monroe County will also offer assistance to animals outside of Monroe 
  • Lollypop Farm - Veterinary Service Program where we provide at cost veterinary services to local and non-local rescue groups and breed rescue

Rochester Community Animal Clinic (RCAC)  985 Bay Street | Rochester, NY 14609 585-288-0600 .
ANYONE can bring in (appt. needed) a stray or feral cat for spaying/ neutering (regardless of residency) for the same $50 price. The price includes spay/ neuter also includes vaccinations, flea control and worming.

Feral spays are NOT income qualified but DO include mandatory left eartip. Phone number is the same- 288-0600.

Lollypop's Feral Cat Program -- See if your cat fits the feral/stray / barn cats criteria

Habitat for Cats - Rochester Area:  Contact Habitat for assistance - (585) 234-2894

Ontario County Humane Society  - Canandaguia

Ontario County - Colony Caregivers, Spay/Neuter for feral, stray or abandoned cats through the  TNVR program.   Colony Caregivers, P.O. Box 12, Shortsville, NY 14548  Phone Mureen, 585-289-6353

Livingston & Steuben County - BarnCat Outreach - Springwater  We are a non-profit feral cat spay & neutering clinic based in Springwater and serving the Livingston County area. We help keep the wild cat population in check and prevent more cats from being born into hunger & cold.

Humane Society of Livingston County Spay/Neuter Program

Finger Lakes SPCA   Anyone interested in general spay/neuter information or  having his or her cat spayed/neutered through this Program should call the Shelter (776-3039)

Hornell Humane Society, Hornell NY, Steuben County  has a
 Spay / Neuter Program  - Scroll down front page to right

Volunteers for Animals - Genessee County Humane Society - Spay Our Strays

Operation Pets - The Spay/Neuter Clinic of WNY    

Paradise Gardens Animal Haven, Woodhull NY.   Steuben County has a Low Cost Spay/Neuter Program

Spay and Neuter Syracuse

Friends of Animals Spay Certificates

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