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SPAY/NEUTER & TNR RESOURCES


Adams County Prevent A Litter Society, Inc. (ACPALS)
PO Box 3682
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Phone: (717) 624-3408
Contact: Dottie Barger
Offers certificates for $20.00 off male neuters and $30.00 off female spays at participating vets.

Animal Rescue
2 Heritage Farm Drive

New Freedom, PA  17349
Low-cost spay/neuter program for cats
Phone: (717) 993-3232
 
Central Pennsylvania Animal Alliance
Via its De-Sex in the City Program, provides free spay/neuter to dogs in the City of Harrisurg by calling 717-576-0899. Also partners with Operation CatNIP to offer free spay/neuter for cats in the City of Harrisburg.
 
Operation CatNIP
Castaway Critters
PO Box 1421
Harrisburg, PA  17105-1421
Phone (717) 831-5010
Offers free spay/neuter services for cats (pet and feral/free roaming) in the City of Harrisburg.

 

Helping Hands for Animals
PO Box 162
Lampeter, PA 17537
Spay/Neuter Program for cats and dogs in Lancaster County.
Phone: 717-687-7297
 
Humane League of Lancaster County

2195 Lincoln Highway East
Lancaster, PA 17602
(717) 393- 6551
Fax (717) 295-1391 
Spay/Neuter for cats in the County.

Humane Society of the Harrisburg Area, Inc.
7790 Grayson Road
Harrisburg, PA 17111
(717) 564-3320
For those with a large number of feral cats, the HSHA can offer spay/neuter options. The HSHA also works with several local animal welfare organizations in offering spay/neuter clinics for cats.

 
Organization for Responsible Care of Animals (ORCA)
Low cost spay/neuter program
Phone: (717) 397-8922 PA Pets Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Assistance Program
A financial-assistance program for the pets of low-income people and families in Northumberland, Snyder and Union counties
Phone: 1-866-472-7387

PAWS
P.O. Box 855
Camp Hill, PA 17001
Phone: (717) 957-8122, Box 3; for feral cat clinics at East and West Shore locations; email
manypurrs@comcast.net -- insert TNR Clinic Appointments in Subject line. Offers reduced fee spay/neuter program for pets and a feral cat spay/neuter program free to caretakers; donation requested-rabies, distemper, initial testing for FeLV/FIV (cats testing initially positive are not returned to the caretaker), s/n.

Spay Neuter Assistance Fund (SNAP)
P. O. Box 126702
Harrisburg, Pa. 17112-6702
Phone: 717-732-LESS (5377)
Low-cost coupons & financial assistance grants for s/n. Spay/Neuter Express (Cats only)
Sponsored by Spay/Neuter Assistance Program and co-sponsored by PAWS and the Helen O. Krause Animal Foundation.

York County SPCA
Rural Route 1, Box 398
Thomasville, PA 17364
Phone: 717-225-5532
Offers a program for pet dogs & cats as well as Operation SOS (Spay Our Strays) Program to manage outdoor cat colonies in York County only. Cats must be transported in approved humane traps available through the SPCA. A donation of $10 per cat is requested. Cat's ear will be marked for identification purposes. Rabies @ $5 ea, Revolution @$6.

United Animal Nations
5892A South Land Park Drive
P.O. Box 188890
Sacramento, CA 95818
Phone: 916-429-2457; E-Mail: info@uan.org
Grants for spay/neuter & emergency life-saving medical care.

SPAY/NEUTER FOR 9+ CATS
For areas with a large (9+) number of cats, call contact
CPAA or PAWS for large-scale efforts. Arrange for use of traps.

TRAP and DROP TRAP SOURCES
CPAA, call 717-576-0899

Humane Society of Harrisburg Area, Inc.
7790 Grayson Road
Harrisburg, PA 17111
Phone: (717) 564-3320 
Rental fee and deposit required.

Humane League of Lancaster County
Phone: (717) 393-6551

PAWS, 957-8122

York County Feral Cat Coalition
Trap loans: agreement and refundable deposit required, contact Jane Heller, 845-3797

York County SPCA, 225-5532
Trap rental, call for information

Note: If no traps are available in the area, the caller can rent traps for $1.00/day at The Feed Store on Old Jonestown Rd, Harrisburg, phone 545-5314. If the caller has a large colony and intends to be trapping for some time, it may be wise to purchase traps. We recommend using a trap with a rear door, either a 30" or 36". Trap dividers, about $12, can be purchased if a cat needs to stay an extra day in the trap. We like Safeguard traps. Some sources:
 
  • Johnson's Furs, Enola: 766-8166
  • Home Depot, Lowe's, Petsmart
  • Flea markets may have used traps. Disinfect prior to use.
  • Tomahawk Live Trap Co. (800) 272-8727 http://www.livetrap.com/
  • ACES (Animal Care Equipment & Services, Inc.) (800) 338-ACES http://www.animal-care.com/
  • Heart of the Earth Marketing (800) 526-1644 http://www.animal-traps.com/ Ask for "Tru-Catch" traps.
  • Drop traps from Dawn Rowley 484-433-0159

WEBSITES
Alley Cat Allies,
http://www.alleycat.org/
Castaway Critters,
http://www.castawaycritters.org/  
Neighborhood Cats,
http://www.neighborhoodcats.org/
PAWS,
http://www.pawsofpa.org/
 

 



















P.O. Box 1421 •  Harrisburg, PA 17105 - 1421  •  (717) 831-5010 •  info [ at ] castawaycritters.org