Salt Lake Spay and Neuter is proud to offer services to members of the community helping to prevent overpopulation of Feral/Community cats in their community. Because Salt Lake Spay and Neuter is not a full-service clinic, resources and treatment options may be limited. We are available and happy to help with basic spaying, neutering, vaccines (at the time of surgery) and dental needs (dental appointments must be scheduled), and may be able to assist in treating minor wounds, abscesses, and select eye surgeries on Veterinarian's approval.
Serious wounds, large abscesses, limb/skeletal injuries, vomiting, diarrhea, respiratory illness, chronic illness, skin disease, etc. Will be referred to a full-service clinic for treatment.
We always recommend calling us the day before you plan on trapping, to insure we are accepting Feral/Community cats the following day. Typically, Feral/Community cats brought in by the public will be accepted on Monday-Thursday. If we are accepting Feral/Community cats, it is on a first come, first serve basis between 7:00am-9:30am. Pick up is the same day between 5:30-6:00pm. We accept between 5-10 on days with availability.
Because we cannot guarantee availability, we always recommend having a second option.
Feral/Community cats must be brought in a humane trap. They must have their left ear tipped, must receive a rabies vaccine, and you must have the intent to release the cat back to where it was. We require the trap to be fully functional, lined with newspaper or cardboard, and be at least 8.5"W x 12"H x 18"L
We accept vouchers from Best Friends. They offer spay/neuter vouchers to support counties most in need, trap loans for humanely trapping community cats, resources for resolving cat-related issues in neighborhoods, winter cat shelters for keeping cats safe during colder months, and a pet food pantry for qualifying residents. Please email [email protected] for more information. You can also click here to go to their site for some great TNR information.