NOTE: Income-qualified fees DO NOT apply to puppies/kittens. Unless you have complete control and separation of your pets, they should be spayed/neutered by 5 months of age. Income qualified clients will lose all discounts if they obtain new pets or any pets are involved in breeding.
Category 1: Income Qualified through proof of income using most recent federal tax returns or 3 most recent pay stubs. Figures represent income before deductions and taxes.
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Or proof of current participation in one of the following programs:
- Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
- Food Stamps
- Senior citizens on Social Security as sole income
- Federal Public Housing Assistance
- Unemployment Compensation
- Social Security Disability
- Other Pet Owners with special circumstances of financial hardship
Category 2: Shelters, Animal Control Agencies and Humane Societies recognized as 501(c)(3) or governmental agencies
Category 3: Referrals from area veterinarians for “affordability” reasons
Category 4: Feral/Neighborhood/Community cats, that is, cats that are not tame or may allow only minimal handling. These cats must be presented in approved traps and either “ear-tipping” or micro-chipping is required at surgery. Click to read our Feral Cat Spay-Neuter information form.
Category 5: Existing and new clients who embrace and wish to support our mission will be seen and charged reasonable and customary veterinary fees.