Every day, 70,000 puppies and kittens are born in the United States. More than 60 percent of them are unwanted and will be abandoned, often brought to a shelter or rescue organization. We believe animals in our community deserve better.
Spay/neuter efforts dramatically reduce the number of animals that need homes. That's why we spay or neuter every dog, cat, and rabbit in our care before they're adopted.
In addition to managing population, spaying or neutering your pet improves health and wellness and diminishes certain undesirable behaviors.
Animal Humane Society Veterinary Centers provide low-cost, high-quality spay/neuter services to animal rescue groups and pets of people in need.
Our Veterinary Centers perform thousands of spay/neuter surgeries each year at our clinics in Golden Valley and St. Paul.
Animal welfare organizations listed below may also offer subsidized spay/neuter programs or have programs that address feral cat populations. Otherwise, contact your local veterinarian for spay/neuter information.
Cause for Paws
Feline Rescue Outreach
Friends of Animals
Mission Animal Hospital
Minnesota Spay/Neuter Assistance Program
Pet Haven Spay/Neuter Initiative
Outside organizations listed on this page are independently operated and not affiliated with Animal Humane Society. We cannot act as a clearinghouse for such organizations and have no authority over their respective policies, procedures or fee structures.
If free-roaming or feral cats are living in your community, you can help control overpopulation through our Community Cats Program. Learn more.