The Nobody’s Cats Foundation operates a low cost, high volume spay neuter clinic specifically for free-roaming cats. Fewer than 3 percent of free-roaming cats are spayed or neutered, and our clinic is dedicated to increasing these numbers so that fewer kittens are born each year to suffer and die in our communities and so that cats who live outdoors have safer, healthier lives.
Note: Animals must be three months of age and approximately three pounds to receive services at our clinic. This is a three-month-old kitten weighing just over three pounds.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday (By Appointment Only. We do not accommodate walk-ins)
Drop-Off Time: 8:30 - 9:00AM
Pick-Up Time: First In, First Out (FIFO) pick-up starting at 2:00 pm. A specific time will be assigned during your check-in.
All pick-ups must happen the same day. We do not offer overnight boarding.
Cost: $35 per cat
We accept Visa/Mastercard (preferred), check, or cash (please bring exact change). If you have made prior arrangements with our clinic manager for monthly billing through qualified programs, be sure to prepare the billing code provided to you for processing.
Clinic Arrival Checklist
Step by step instructions about how to prepare for surgery appointments.
Clinic Admission Form
Admission sheet that can be filled out in advance of appointments, one for each cat.
Post Surgery Recovery Instructions
Step by step instructions about how to prepare for post surgery recovery.
TNR Coordinator Checklist
Information for coordinators of large scale projects, or people managing projects for organizations, municipalities, and/or other clients.
Need help covering the cost of surgeries? Our Surgery Subsidy Program may be able to help!
Many municipalities subsidize surgeries through community cats programs, Feral Cat Surgery Vouchers from the Humane Society of the Harrisburg Area, or non- profit organizations that have received grant funding. We can help you contact these programs, most of which will also subsidize surgeries at our clinic with advanced approval. The foundation may be able to provide subsidy in some amount toward the cost of surgery and related services, depending on the number of animals in the colony and the caretaker's financial means. Examples of hardships that we consider during the application process include: reduced income, income dependent on public assistance, loss of job, medical bills, and military duty.
In order to be considered for a surgery subsidy in any amount, you must complete: