Nonprofit Spay/Neuter Providers

You must be a Certified TNR Caretaker working with feral and stray cats to qualify for the free and low-cost clinic services offered by the ASPCA, The Toby Project, and The Humane Society of New York.

ASPCA Spay/Neuter Clinic

The ASPCA provides services for community cats at their Stationary Clinic in Glendale, Queens. The free spay/neuter package includes a rabies vaccination and left eartipping. Limited wellness services such as FVRCP vaccinations, FIV/FeLV testing, and flea treatment are also available on request and at reduced cost.

You must register with the ASPCA in order to use their free spay/neuter clinic, transport, and trap bank services. To register, visit the ASPCA’s online Rescuer Services Scheduler (RSS). The RSS system replaces the ASPCA’s paper Terms of Use Agreement, and allows you to book, view, edit, and cancel spay/neuter and transport appointments and trap bank reservations online, 24/7. A color-coded calendar makes it easy to view appointment availability online in real time in case last-minute appointments are needed.

How it works: Each rescuer has an account — either as an individual or as part of a rescue organization — where Terms of Use Agreements can be e-signed, appointments made, etc. Each rescue organization also has an account, held by an authorized representative, for managing their list of rescuers. Terms of Use Agreements signed by rescuers under an organization are subject to that organization’s approval.

Not online? Rescuers who do not have regular internet access may send their name and address to the ASPCA in order to receive a paper agreement: ASPCA Spay/Neuter Clinic, 1717 South Philo Road, Suite 36, Urbana, IL 61802.

The Humane Society of New York Clinic

The Humane Society of New York (HSNY) offers services for community cats, including free spay/neuter, left eartip, rabies vaccination, and flea and ear mite medication. Further services, such as testing, are available at regular and very affordable fees. If a cat is sick or injured, free or discounted treatment may be available at the discretion of the HSNY.

Please call (212) 752-4840 to schedule appointments. Appointments are available 7 days a week. Cats need to be signed in between 8:30 and 9:30 a.m. the morning of your spay/neuter date, and pick-up is usually between 3:00 and 4:00 p.m., unless you’re instructed otherwise.

The Humane Society of New York is located at 306 East 59th Street, New York, NY 10022.

Each cat must be brought in a separate trap or transfer cage, covered completely with a sheet — no exceptions. Carriers or other containers are not acceptable. Please call HSNY for more information on the requirements for rescued friendly and adoptable cats and kittens.

Note: The Humane Society of New York does not provide post-surgery boarding. All cats must be picked up at the requested time. It is crucial to their community cat program that you respect these strict guidelines.

If you are not yet a Certified TNR Caretaker and want to become eligible for this and other free and low-cost community cat spay/neuter services, please check back often to see when our next workshop is scheduled.

The Toby Project

The Toby Project offers free spay/neuter in all five boroughs for community cats. Note that spay/neuter surgery and eartip are free but there is a $5 charge for a mandatory rabies vaccine. You must be a Certified TNR Caretaker to take advantage of these services. Additional services such as FVRCP vaccines, SNAP testing, and Revolution are also available at a heavily discounted fee.

Manhattan, Brooklyn & Staten Island

Call The Toby Project Feral Spay/Neuter Clinic at Ferals in Peril’s location in Brooklyn, which is designated for community cat spay/neuter. Clinics are every Sunday and Monday, by appointment. To schedule an appointment call (347) 816-2899, Tuesday through Saturday, between 1:00 and 7:00 p.m. (calls are usually returned within 24 hours).

Bronx and Queens

E-mail TobyProjectNYC@gmail.com to schedule appointments on The Toby Project’s weekly mobile spay/neuter clinic.

 

TNR Literature

We offer a range of resources to help community cat caretakers.

TNR Workshops & Webinars

Due to COVID-19 restrictions we have paused our TNR Certification workshop until further notice.