Spay/Neuter Solutions

South County Cats is here to help

Foster Kitten Spay/Neuter Program

If you have a mama kitty with kittens... We are not a shelter, however we have private, volunteer foster homes. If space is available, we will take your kittens when they are 6-8 weeks old and give you a voucher to have your mama cat spayed at our expense. We will provide loving, foster care for the kittens and when they are ready, we will adopt the kittens to suitable, approved homes. The kittens will be spayed or neutered, vaccinated, dewormed and treated for fleas and earmites, if needed. AND we will microchip them so if they ever become separated from their human family, they will be reunited.

We will also arrange for the litter's spay/neuter, so they will not add to the surplus of cats and kittens in our shelters. Sometimes adopters have the best intentions and promise that they will spay a kitten when it is older, but then forget, or aren’t able to afford it, or they don’t realize that kittens can go into heat as young as four months old.

For more information, contact South County Cats

How much does a free kitten cost? 

Approximately $150-$500. This includes a vet exam, multiple dewormings, multiple vaccinations, spay or neuter surgery and an FELV/FIV test.

Instead of getting a free kitten, please consider adopting from a shelter or rescue group. When you adopt from a shelter or rescue group, many of these services are included in the adoption donation. #AdoptDontShop

Adopting your next pet from a shelter or rescue group will free up space so the organization can save another animal's life.

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Low Cost Spay/Neuter

The Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project provides free or low-cost spay/neuter for cats. Feral cats are free and also receive a Rabies vaccine. 

Seattle Humane has a list of low cost spay & neuter clinics.