Low-Cost Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinic
For Cats Living in the City of Salinas, California
AFRP is pleased to be able to provide $10 spay or neuter surgeries for cats living within the city of Salinas through our Ruhmann Mobile Spay Neuter Mobile Clinic. This program is possible through a generous grant from the Kathleen and Howard Marks Fund of the Community Foundation for Monterey County.
Mobile Spay Neuter Clinics for Cats of low income City of Salinas residents will be scheduled throughout the year providing spay and neuter surgery and rabies vaccines (if needed) for cats living within the city of Salinas.
Free microchips will be provided by the Animal Welfare Assistance Group to help your pet find it’s way home if it should be lost.
Cost - $10 for males or females. Cash payment only on day of surgery. This includes pre-surgical exam and rabies vaccine as well as a free microchip. If your cat requires an e-collar or additional pain medication for home there will be an additional fee. FVRCP vaccine available for only $7.
Cats must weigh 2lbs, be under 5 years of age and healthy with no visible signs of illness. All cats must arrive in a plastic carrier for your animals’ safety.
You will be assigned a time for dropping off your cat at the clinic location. All cats must be picked up the same day and on time to avoid a late pick up fee.
All surgeries are performed by experienced licensed veterinarians with a registered veterinary technician and skilled staff in our fully equipped mobile surgical unit.
At this time we are taking applications for our next spay/neuter clinic listed below:
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
After we receive your application you will be contacted once our next dates are set to schedule your surgery day. Priority for surgery appointment will be based on date of application received.
You will need to bring an intake form already filled out to your scheduled appointment. Click here to download an Intake Form.
Please review the Consent for Anesthesia form to ensure you understand AFRP’s policies. Click here to download a Consent for Anesthesia Form.
AFRP does not provide any aftercare for your cat after surgery – all sutures are absorbable and do not require removal. If you have any concerns about your pet after their procedure you will need to contact your regular veterinarian or the emergency clinic. Please refer to your aftercare instructions for more information on what to expect and any restrictions.
After your cats surgery:
Staff will go over the post-surgical instructions with you when you pick up your cat but it is always good to know what is expected after surgery. Please review these instructions so that if you have any questions they can be addressed by staff on the day of surgery. Click here for Post-Surgical Instructions.
If you have any questions please call 888-565-1287 and leave a message your call will be returned.
Thank you for spaying and neutering your pets!