Cat spay/neuter options
Yolo County SPCA Transport to Sacramento SPCA
Yolo SPCA Spay/Neuter transport picks up in Woodland and Davis and brings cats to the Sacramento SPCA clinic. The transport is only able to take cats from Yolo County. No dogs, no out of county cats.
Website: yolospca.org (you're on it!)
Phone: (530) 758-6269 (Email highly preferred to arrange appointments)
Address: Pick up and drop off locations at central meeting locations in Davis and Woodland. Cats taken to Sac SPCA at 6201 Florin Perkins Road, Sacramento.
Cost: $30/ cat either sex. Free rabies and feline distemper vaccines available.
Appointments are typically made for the 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month. To make an appointment email email@example.com and ask to make an appointment for the current transport. For info on pricing and other details, click on this link: Yolo County SPCA Transports
Yolo County Animal Services Spay/Neuter Clinic
For low-income residents of Yolo County who make below $45,000 a year. The price for each animal is a flat rate of $100 (male or female, dog or cat, any size).
Animal Spay Neuter at Bradshaw Shelter
Bradshaw shelter strives to provide excellent and affordable dog and cat spay and neuter surgeries to the general public, rescue groups, and shelters. Vaccines and microchips are also available.
Phone: (916) 368-7314
Address: 3839 Bradshaw Road, Sacramento, CA
Cost: $20-40 depending on sex and age. For exact fee schedule: http://sacramento.animalspayneuter.com/services/cats-spay-neuter/
Solano County SPCA
Cost: Neuter (male) $37, Spay (female) $47. Exact fee schedule: http://www.solanospca.com/spay_neuter_clinic_7.html
Animals must have proof of rabies or will be required to get a $10 rabies vaccine at time of spay/neuter. Cats must come in a carrier or you will need to buy a $5 cardboard carrier there to bring your animal into the office.
Website: http://www.sspca.org/ or http://www.sspca.org/program-services/spayneuter-clinic/
Address: 6201 Florin Perkins Road, Sacramento, CA 95828
Cost: $50/female, $35/male. Exact fee schedule: http://www.sspca.org/post/service-costs-fee-schedule
Other Resources: Both SAAC and Sacramento SPCA have a full listing of other clinics in the Sacramento area that are low-cost. These clinics are not listed above because they are either not usable by Yolo County residents, more highly priced, or are farther away than those listed above, but are definite options to be aware of.
Feral Cat Options: There are a number of ‘normal’ clinics that will take feral cats (cats that cannot be handled by people), but there are also some clinics devoted specifically to feral cats. These clinics can cost as little as $15 per cat for spay or neuter, vaccines, and flea treatment. Please see Feral/Community Cat Spay/Neuter tab on this site.
Cats About Town Society
Transport from Natomas area to low cost clinics. $10/feral, $25/owned cat.