- This is a program for feral cats without owners. If you own a cat that needs spay or neuter please schedule an appointment with our Veterinary Medical Center.
- Our services are for Ada County community members. If you live outside of Ada County, please schedule an appointment with our Veterinary Medical Center or another provider.
- All cats brought to our feral cat clinic for spay or neuter must be contained in a humane trap. The cat will be returned to you in the trap.
- In order to identify populations of feral cats, and prevent the re-trapping of cats who have previously been altered, we do require cats be ear-tipped at the time of surgery
- This is a same day service for healthy cats needing spay/neuter services. Please be prepared to bring your cats to us in the morning and expect to pick them up in the afternoon.
- This is not a program to have other medical or surgical problems treated, if your community cat is ill or injured please contact our Veterinary Medical Center.
How to make an appointment:
Please contact our Cat Coordinator, Crystal. You can reach her by:
The Idaho Humane Society would like to thank all those involved with feral cat trapping for making a difference for our feline friends!
Check out these statistics for cat spays/neuters…
- MARCH: 108 shelter alterations, 55 feral cat alterations
- APRIL: 87 shelter alterations, 0 feral cat alterations
- MAY: 118 shelter alterations, 113 feral cat alterations
- JUNE: 330 shelter alterations, 147 feral cat alterations
- JULY: 452 shelter alterations, 163 feral cat alterations
- AUGUST: 355 shelter alterations, 121 feral cat alterations