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Special Offers

Special offers limited to offers extending for a limited time, species, zip code (proof of residence may be required) and/or breed (as per GRANT specifications/restrictions).


  • $25 Community Cat Mondays!  $25 Spay/Neuter/Rabies/Ear Tip at Operation Spay Bay.

  • This special service is only for strays (friendly, homeless cats with no owner) or feral

  • (wild cats which you are unable to pet or handle). Feral (wild) cats must come in a trap for the safety of the cat and our staff. Friendly strays in size-appropriate carriers. For regular Feral Fees (Tue/ Wed) visit


Residents and caregivers of unowned feral and community cats can apply and receive a voucher in order to get feral /

community cats spayed/neutered.  To receive a TNR sterilization voucher, please access Broward County Animal Care

& Adoption's WebPortal to begin the application process. for more info visit



Community Cat Sterilization - Reservation REQUIRED
For reservation email
Check in is at 8:00 a.m. for all events. Please keep in mind, that all feral cats MUST be brought in humane cat traps to be spayed or neutered.


The Humane Society of Tampa Bay offers a $20 TNVR services for outdoor cats, owned or ferals.   Space is limited and appointments are required.  Please call 813-870-3304 to schedule your appointments.. for more info go to


ALWAYS $38 feral cat sterilization at the Animal Coalition Tampa ( located at 18501 Ladue Lane; Tampa FL 33614 To schedule at appointment, call (813) 250-3900 OR schedule requests via their website's link. Rates include sterilization, vaccinations, dewormer, flea / ear mite treatment. No appointment necessary. cats MUST be in humane cat traps.

* Would you like your clinic listed? If you are a low-cost spay/neuter provider, or know of one that is not in this database, please e-mail us for consideration. Submission does not guarantee listing.

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Research shows that 72% of people did not know the best time to fix their pet, or thought they should wait until six months.* 59% of those cat owners, and 38% of those dog owners, also admitted to having at least one accidental litter. Many of these "oops" litters end up in overcrowded shelters.



High-quality, high-volume spay/neuter (HQHVSN) clinics offer accessible and affordable services for pets who otherwise might not receive veterinary care. Our goal is to providing caretakers a statewide listing of affordable sterlization & welllness services provided by HQHVSN clinics, sterilization / vaccination of homeless cats, limited time specials / offers (Grant Funded Lower Rates),  & "regular" vets providing day/date-specific low cost services.



Low Cost clinics play a vital role in saving pets’ lives. Thousands of companion animals get sacrificed at Open Admission Shelters & pounds daily. Low Cost clinics save lives by preventing unwanted litters, the number of pets entering shelters decrease, and ultimately, so will the rate of "euthanasia".

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