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Pasado’s Spay Station is in Kent!
- Male Dog - $75 (co-pay vouchers available)
- Female Dog - $85 (co-pay vouchers available)
- Male Cat - $35*
- Female Cat - $50*
Check-in time is 8:00 a.m., pick-up time announced at check-in. Cats must be over two pounds and arrive in a secure carrier, dogs must be at least 4 months old and arrive wearing a well-fitting collar and be on a leash. No dogs over 70 lbs, due to space limitations. No food after 10:00 p.m. unless under 5 pounds. Bring two bath towels per pet.
* For those who cannot pay Pasado’s regular low price for cat spay/neuter, financial assistance is available from South County Cats for a limited time only. Your cost - $10 co-pay, the remainder is paid by South County Cats.
For more information go to www.pasadosafehaven.org/spay-station or call 360-793-SPAY
Are you low income with an unaltered cat? Do you have a mama kitty with kittens? Are you looking for inexpensive spay & neuter services? Read more >
- Northwest Spay & Neuter Center in Tacoma - Male cats - $35, female cats - $50, feral cats - free. They also offer low cost spay/neuter for dogs.
- Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project in Lynnwood - Spay/neuter is free for feral and free-roaming cats that will be eartipped, companion cats that will not be eartipped are $15 male, $25 female.
- Auburn Valley Humane Society – S.P.O.T. is a low-cost dog and cat spay/neuter program for low-income residents of Pierce and King Counties
- Seattle/King County Humane Society offers free spay surgeries for any female cat, dog and rabbit who is brought to the shelter with a litter. The animal will be returned to the owner, and the kittens, puppies or bunnies will be placed for adoption.