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We do not perform spay/neuter surgeries on site, but there are many veterinarians and shelters across the state that offer these services affordably. Below is a list including many of the local low cost clinics.


Why should I spay/neuter my cat before they're 5 months old?

Is your cat is pregnant or nursing a litter? Find additional resources here!

This list is intended to be a guide, not a guarantee of services. 

Prices and availability are subject to change. Please contact the individual facilities for more information.


NH Humane (Laconia)

New Hampshire SPCA (Stratham)

Animal Allies (Manchester & Pembroke, $100-$150)

Humane Society for Greater Nashua (Nashua, $100-$115)

Manchester Animal Shelter (Manchester, sliding scale)

AWARE NH (Manchester/Hillsborough area)

Sullivan County Humane Society (Claremont, $80)

Animal Rescue Veterinary Services (Londonderry, $100)

Second Chance Animal Rescue (Littleton, $40-$45)

Rozzie May Animal Alliance (North Conway, offers pickup at select locations including Rochester, $115-$140)

Upper Valley Humane Society (Enfield, $85-$125)

Monadnock Humane Society (Swanzey, $75-$100)

Monadnock Kitty Rescue (Jaffrey)

Feline Friends (Salem)

Animal Rescue League (Bedford)

Pope Memorial Humane Society Cocheco Valley (Dover, $100-$125)

Coos Animal Sanctuary (Colebrook)

Animal Welfare Society (Kennebunk ME, $120)

The Catmobile (North Shore MA, $100-$150)


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