One of the most important health decisions you’ll make as a cat guardian is to spay or neuter your cat. Learn more about why spay/neuter is important, and download and share our Spay/Neuter Information Sheet.
If you live in a low-income household in Surrey and need help with the cost of spay/neuter for your cat, we'll pay for the spay/neuter surgery, ear tattoo identification, flea and deworming treatment. Please note that we don't pay for vaccines but can arrange a discounted rate for you.
What to know before you apply:
Kittens must be at least four months of age.
Check your cat for fleas (read How to Check Cats for Fleas).
If your cat is female, check her for signs of pregnancy (read How to Tell if a Cat is Pregnant).
To apply for this program, complete our
If you have questions or need assistance with the form, email email@example.com or call our message line at 778-589-8552.
BC SPCA Surrey also has a spay-neuter program for low income residents.
Note: March spay-neuter applications are now closed. Please check again in a few weeks.