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 FRIENDLY OWNED CATS

S/N appointments are available Tuesday - Friday.  Drop off between 7:30am - 8:00am and Pick up same day 4:00pm - 5:30pm. Kittens must be at least 12 weeks of age and over 3 pounds. Low-cost vaccinations and microchips are available to cats ONLY at time of surgery. All cats must be in individual pet carriers or traps.
 
We also except WALK -INs Tuesday thru Friday from 8:00am -8:30am if we are not full with previously scheduled appointments. 

To qualify for spay/neuter surgery the following criteria must be met:
  • Cats must be between 3 months old to 7 years old.
    • Owners of cats under one year of age must show proof of FVRCP vaccination,
      or consent to vaccination at time of surgery, at owner's expense.
    • Owners of cats over 3 months old must show proof of Rabies vaccination, or consent to vaccination at time of surgery, at owner's expense.
  • Cats must appear to be in excellent health. Cats that appear sick or unhealthy will not undergo surgery.                  
 MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

NEED TO CANCEL OR RESCHEDULE? Leave a message on our clinic mailbox at (408) 794-7201 with the name of the person who schedule the appointment and the original appointment date. Do not submit an online application to reschedule.

See Fees page for current low-cost spay/neuter fees.  


FERAL CATS

Feral Cat Program
We do not schedule S/N appointments for feral cats.  We accept feral cats for S/N surgery on a walk-in basis Tuesday - Friday drop off between 8:00am - 8:30am.  For the feral program the cats have to be over 3 months of age, one cat per trap and the trap must be completely covered with a towel/sheet to reduce the animals stress.   
           
Our Feral Program is only offered to citizens living in the incorporated cities of San Jose, Cupertino, Los Gatos, Milpitas and Saratoga for $25.00.  This includes spay/neuter (no additional pregnancy fee), Rabies,
FVRCP, flea treatment and earmite treatment (if needed).  All feral cats will be ear-tipped and may be microchipped (while supplies last).