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Chesapeake Feline Association

Low Income Spay and Neuter Program

CFA offers a Low Income Spay and Neuter Program for income-qualified residents of  Cecil and surrounding Maryland Counties. 
 

What is Spay/Neuter?


Spaying is the procedure used for female cats. Neutering refers to the procedure used for male cats. In both cases cats’ reproductive organs are removed. Through spaying or neutering, you can help your cats have a happier, healthier, and longer life. In both cases the operation is performed while the cat is under anesthesia.

What is the process?

The process is on-line and very simple. Through the online scheduling system you will enter basic information about
yourself and your cat and then select a day for the surgery. You will drop off the cat at the center by 7:30 on surgery day. A team of cat loving vets and technicians will lovingly care for your cat though the surgery and you will pick up your cat by 5 PM. At home care instructions will be provided.

What are the requirements to participate in this program?

 

CFA's program was developed to address our community’s pet overpopulation problem and to provide Spay/Neuter services to pet owners who otherwise cannot afford it.

 

If you are receiving federal or state financial assistance or otherwise meet the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines, you may qualify for our program. You will be required to provide proof of low income. Note: the services are only for cats, no dogs or other pets, and kittens must be over 2 pounds and must be 12 weeks oldIf you do not meet the financial requirement for this program or are looking for services for a stray cat for a TNR, please see our General Spay and Neuter Program or our TNR program for Stray Cats.

Miss Cat's Spay and Neuter Surgical Suite Low Cost Vouchers includes the following:


- Spay or neuter
- Rabies vaccine

- Distemper



Simply click on the button below and one of our volunteers will contact you.

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