Temporary Clinic Closure
BCSPCA has temporarily closed our public clinics at our Lahaska and Quakertown shelters. We are not currently accepting new appointments for cat spay/neuter at this time. Our medical team is currently short staffed and actively working to hire new team members. We look forward to resuming our public clinic services as soon as possible. This page will be updated to announce when the clinic re-opens. In the meantime, we recommend contacting The Bridge Clinic which has offices in Newtown and Bensalem or another veterinarian for assistance.
About the BCSPCA Cat Spay/Neuter Clinic
Spaying or neutering is a surgical procedure we provide for community and pet cats to prevent unwanted litters of kittens and help cats live healthier lives. This service is available to Bucks County residents at a subsidized rate of only $45 per cat. Financial assistance may be available in some cases.
$45 per cat includes:
- Spay/neuter surgery
- Surgical tattoo to indicate the cat has been neutered
- Rabies vaccine
- Distemper vaccine
- Pain medication
Additional Services Available at time of Spay/Neuter:
- $20 Microchip (implant and registration)
- $25 FELV/FIV testing
- $20 Flea/ear mite prevention
We support Trap Neuter Return (TNR) in Bucks County
Trap Neuter Return (TNR) is an effective method for controlling free roaming cat populations. The Bucks County SPCA provides affordable surgery and vaccinations for cats brought to our clinics by individual caretakers and groups. We can loan you a humane live trap once you have a clinic appointment. The cats are ear tipped during surgery as a universal sign that they are now sterilized. Cats are then returned by the individual or group to the environment where they were originally trapped. This is a humane way to allow cats to live healthier lives without producing more unwanted litters of kittens.