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Spay & Neuter Yakima Project

Thanks to our partnership with the Feral Cat Spay Neuter Project (FCSNP) in 2013, we were able to spay/neuter 1234 animals last year! We have decided to continue this project in 2014 as funding and surgical expertise allow.

The Spay & Neuter Yakima Project is series of one day clinics to provide spay & neuter services for low income households and community nonprofit groups. At this time, we are only providing these services for cats.

Please view this table and compare your annual income and the number of family members with the county you live in. If your income is at or below the number shown, you qualify! If your county is not listed on this table, please contact us to see if you qualify.

Ear Tip Surgery
Feral / Free-roaming Spay or Neuter  -  $25.00
*Includes Rabies & FVRCP Vaccine
*Feral Cat Package is NOT for pet cats. The package is for feral and free-roaming cats only

No Ear Tip Surgery (Tattoo)
Owned Cat Neuter  -  $35.00
*Includes Rabies & FVRCP Vaccine
Owned Cat Spay  -  $45.00
*Includes Rabies & FVRCP Vaccine

Additional Services
Flea & Tick Treatment  -  $5.00

Full payment is due the day of surgery. We accept cash, credit and debit cards. NO CHECKS!

Clinic dates will be set as funding and surgical staff availability allow. All cats are checked in between 7:00 - 9:00 am. If your cat is not brought to us during check-in it will not be accepted for surgery, even if you have made a reservation. It is very common for people to bring cats to the clinic for "standby", which means they are there to see if there are any "no-shows". If you are late for check-in, we will assume you are a "no-show" and we'll give your spot to a cat that is present.

April 19, 2014
Ahtanum Veterinary Clinic
1008 W. Ahtanum Rd, Ste. #6
Union Gap, WA 98903

Accessing our clinics is easy, but we ask that you educate yourself before you contact us with questions. Whether you have tame cats ready or you want to trap free-roaming cats to bring in, please read this section thoroughly and carefully prior to making any reservations. Our documents guide you through trap preparation, trapping, housing the cats and preparing for the clinic.

Begin by reading the "Clinic Policies for Surgical Services". If you are unfamiliar with trapping, please read "How to Trap" (*Courtesy of Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project) - do not begin trapping until you have reservations. To become familiar with your responsibilities once you trap cats, read through "Before You Arrive & The Day of the Clinic". Once you understand what is expected, you are ready to make reservations.

If you still have questions after reading the documents above, please email us at or call 509-457-6854.

Please complete these forms prior to check-in on the clinic day, you will need to bring them with you to the clinic:
Surgical Release Form (one per clinic day)
Medical Record (one per cat)

If you would like to make a donation to support these special clinics, please click on the PayPal link below.
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