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Reduced Cost and Free Spay and Neuter Opportunities in and around Carteret County, NC
Veterinary Services Disclaimer

The following listings do not constitute an official endorsement or approval of any product or service to the exclusion of others that may be suitable. It is recommended that pet owners and free-roaming cat caretakers establish a relationship with a full service veterinarian for regular care.

Many veterinarians in the Carteret County area that are not listed here accept spay-neuter vouchers from some of the programs outlined, below. Their selfless contributions are part of the reason the Carteret County area is becoming a more humane place for animals through spay-neuter. We thank all of the veterinarians who are contributing to this effort. Veterinarians should contact us at info@beaufortcats.org if they would like to be specifically acknowledged on this page for accepting spay-neuter program vouchers. 


REDUCED COST SPAY-NEUTER CLINICS

 

Austin Veterinary Outreach and Rescue of NC, Carteret County – mobile unit (252.732.5936)

Serves pets and feral cats. Website - austinvetoutreach.com

 

Spay Today in Greenville, N.C. (252.321.8839)

Serves pets and feral cats. Website – spaytoday.net 

 

Cape Fear Spay Neuter Clinic in Wilmington, N.C. (910.602.1101)

Feral cats welcome. Website – capefearspayneuter.com 


 

AFFORDABLE (OR FREE) SPAY-NEUTER PROGRAMS

 

Beaufort Community Cat Project FREE spay-neuter for free-roaming and feral cats and for a limited time, pet cats of owners with financial challenges  (252.222.2940)

Beaufort and Downeast, NC

Free-roaming cat caretaker must reside in the zip code of 28516 or Downeast (east of the North River bridge), Carteret County. Website – beaufortcats.org

 

Carteret County Humane Society Volunteer Hours for Spay-Neuter (252.247.7744)

Carteret County, NC

Accrue 20 volunteer hours at the shelter and receive a no-cost or low-cost spay neuter certificate. 

Website – cchsshelter.com

 

Friends of Animals Spay-Neuter Low-Cost Voucher Program (1.800.321.PETS)

Chocowinity, NC, Kinston, NC, Greenville, NC, Washington, NC

Currently, the closest clinics that accept Friends of Animals vouchers are located in Chocowinity, NC and Kinston, NC.  When using the website, make sure to use the zip codes for the above towns.

Website - friendsofanimals.org/spay-neuter

 

Heart to Heart Animal Rescue (252.728.7600)

Beaufort, NC

Heart to Heart is offering reduced cost or free spay-neuter vouchers for cats and dogs that reside in Downeast Carteret County

Website - heart2heartanimalrescue.com


Island Cat Allies (252.354.7780)

Emerald Isle, NC

ICA provides spay and neuter services for free-roaming cats and on a limited basis, pet cats, residing on Bogue Banks & Cape Carteret, NC and the surrounding area.

Website - facebook.com/islandcatallies

 

Protectors of Homeless Pets of Carteret County (252.723.0319)

PHPCC has a grant to target spay-neuter of pets in the Newport and Peletier area.

Website - phpcc.org


Spay USA Certificate Program for A Participating Vet in Newport, NC (800.248.7729)

Carteret County, NC

Call the number above or fill out a referral form at spayusa.org to receive a reduced cost spay-neuter certificate from SpayUSA, a program of North Shore Animal League. 

Website – spayusa.org


OTHER OPTIONS


Get Your Fix 

Connect with a "funder" that may be able to help provide money for the spay-neuter of your pet.  Also, search database of low-cost spay-neuter clinics.  Visit getyourfix.org to get started.

 

Call Your Veterinarian for Special Financing Options

Your local veterinary clinic may be able to arrange special financing options for you. Even if you pay the regular fee for a spay or neuter, remember that it is a one-time cost that brings a lifetime of benefits.  Sterilizing your pet not only helps the pet overpopulation problem, but also reduces the risk of your pet succumbing to future health issues. Most often, pets need less calories when they are spayed and neutered, this translates into lower feeding costs. Spaying and neutering is a real bargain considering all of the benefits.


Last updated: 04 August 2016