Spay/Neuter Appointments for Feral/Community Cats

This form takes 3-5 minutes to fill out and submit. Once it is completed, please be patient with us, as we respond to inquiries in the order in which they are received. If this is an urgent matter regarding a feral or stray cat who is sick or injured, please call us at 855-FCC-CATS and leave a message. We will call you back as soon as possible.

Community Cats

Trap-Neuter-Return is the only proven and humane method for controlling the feral and stray cat population. Removing cats is not only cruel, but it is almost always deadly for the cat and just leaves space for new cats to come in. Providing spay/neuter and returning takes away unwanted behaviors such as spraying, fighting, in-heat howling and unwanted litters of kittens. It also helps keep rodents and unwanted pests from the property. (Read this article about “The Vacuum Effect.”)

Most outdoor cats with no known owner qualify for this program. They do not have to be feral in behavior. Friendly cats who are stray and without a known owner may also qualify for this free program.


Spay: $0
Neuter: $0
FVRCP Vaccine: $0 (suggested $5 donation)
Rabies Vaccine: $0 (must weigh 4 lbs. or more)
Flea Treatment: $0
Dewormer: $0
Microchip $15 (optional)

Additional treatments such as fluids, ear mite/skin mite treatment, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, anti-nausea and others are also available at no charge if needed and recommended by the vet. FeLV/FIV testing is not available by request, nor is it recommended unless a doctor calls for testing.

Medical conditions within our capacity, such as wounds and other injuries, are almost always covered by Feral Cat Coalition. There may be some situations where a caregiver will be asked to contribute based on severity or length of surgical time.

Please make a donation, which will allow us to continue our life-saving work!

Appointment Request

It is required that all fields be answered.

    Caretaker Information

    Colony Information

    Is anyone feeding and providing water for these cats?

    Can these cats be returned after surgery?

    Are any of these cats sick or injured?

    Are any of these cats pregnant?

    Are any of these cats feeding kittens? (If this cat is known to have kittens under 2 weeks old, please avoid trapping her until the kittens are older.)


    (Experience is helpful, but not required.)

    Have you ever trapped cats with humane traps before?

    Can you hold the cats overnight (night of trapping and next night after surgery pick-up)?

    Can you transport to and from our clinic? (We are located in North SDSU area. Our clinics are Wednesdays and Fridays, and occasionally we have Sunday clinics.)

    *Please note: Cats cannot be transported in open truck beds. They must be transported inside a vehicle.


    (Traps must be covered with a towel at all times.)

    Do you have your own traps?


    (Do not trap without a confirmed reservation.)

    Which days are best for you? (Our drop-offs are based on availability between 8 am and 10 am. Pick-up time (3 - 4:30 pm) is same day and based on which position you have in the morning.)

    Choose one:
    WednesdaysFridaysSundays (We have one Sunday clinic per month.)No preference

    Statistical Analysis

    (This is for grant purposes and not used for qualifying purposes. Your participation is greatly appreciated.)

    Age Range:

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