Below are resources you may find helpful in working with feral cat colonies or if you are planning on undertaking a DIY Trap/Neuter/Return program. There are also links to low cost spay/neuter programs for both owned and unowned animals.
Allegheny Spay and Neuter Clinic: provides reduced cost spay/neuter services - 1374 Shawville HIghway, Woodland, PA 16881 814.768.3500; 2836 Earlystown Rd, Centre Hall, PA 16828 Centre Hall PA - 814.364.1630
Alley Cat Allies: provides information of feral and stray cat management; advocates for unowned cats - www.alleycat.org
Animal Care Sanctuary: Provides TNR, low cost spay/neuter services, and wellness services for cats and dogs in the Tioga and Bradford county PA area. https://www.animalcaresanctuary.org/
Beckoning Cat Project: https://beckoningcatproject.org/ or 570.971.4592 - low cost spay/neuter clinic located in Williamsport, PA (Lycoming County) - also offers wellness clinics.
Centre County PAWS: provides vouchers to assist in paying for spay/neuter procedures for owned and unowned cats in Centre & Huntingdon counties; holds low cost spay/neuter clinics open to all PA residents - http://centrecountypaws.org/spay/ or 814.237.8722 ext 5 or email@example.com
Clearfield County SPCA: 275 21st Street, Clearfield, PA 16830, 814.765.2220 Hold occasional low-cost spay neuter clinics. For more information, watch their FaceBook page. You must go to the SPCA to pay for the surgery before clinic day. www.clearfieldcountyspca.org
Happy Paws, Happy Homes: Provide spay/neuter services in the Huntingdon/Tyrone PA area; vouchers for spay/neuter services; low cost spay/neuter services for pit bulls. 814-360-7383 or www.happypawshappyhomes.org
Humane Society of Westmoreland County (Greensburg, PA): provide low cost spay/neuter services 724-837-3779; HSWCGBG@aol.com
Nardecchia Spay and Neuter Fund(Cambria & Somerset counties): provide financial assistance for spays and neuters to those with financial need;http://www.nardecchia.org/
PAWS of PA: provides TNR and mobile spay/neuter clinics in the Harrisburg area running up to Perry County - http://www.pawsofpa.org/ or 717.957.8122
Pets Come First: Provides volunteers and resources for pets in need; provide vouchers for low cost spay/neuter clinics for cats and dogs; cats and dogs available for adoption at shelter located at 2451 General Potter Highway, Centre Hall - 814.364.1725 or www.petscomefirst.com
Shippensburg Township (Cumberland County): Offers TNR vouchers for residents to use at spay/neuter clinics.To inquire about vouchers please contact the Shippensburg Township office, 81 Walnut Bottom Road, Shippensburg; Monday-Friday from 9AM-1PM or call 717-532-7137.
SNAP of PA: provides low cost spay/neuter clinics and coupons in the Harrisburg area - www.snapofpa.org
Steelton Borough Community Cats: provide TNR, spay/neuter assistance, low cost vaccines, food, and assistance to homeless cats in Dauphin county (zip codes 17113, 17104 & 17034) - www.steeltoncats.org
SUN P.E.T.S: Serves the residents of Snyder, Union, and Northumberland counties by helping low-income households in those counties with the cost of spaying or neutering their pets; educate the public on the importance of spaying and neutering - http://www.sunpets.org/
The Nobody's Cat Foundation:Provides low cost feral/unowned cat spay/neuter services for Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Fulton, Huntingdon, Juniata, Lancaster, Lebanon, Mifflin, Northumberland, Perry, Schuylkill, Snyder, and York counties -www.nobodyscats.org/ firstname.lastname@example.org
What does HCF charge for services?
Our voucher program is low-cost with payment options available. When you apply for voucher, a volunteer will contact you to discuss payment options. Our other programs are provided at no charge.
How do I get a spay/neuter voucher
Refer to our programs page for complete information on applying for vouchers. Does HCF take in stray cats or owner surrenders?
No. HCF is not an rescue/adoption organization and we do not have a shelter. Please contact your local humane organization for assistance.
I have cats living on my property and I want to take care of them. What should I do?
The most important thing is to have the cat(s) spayed or neutered and vaccinated. HCF can provide guidance on trapping the cat and help you secure financial assistance for feral/stray alters. Next, you should be sure the cat(s) have a warm, dry place to sleep and access to clean food and water. Check out the Programs page for more information on vouchers, shelters, and DIY programs.
If you are interested in setting up a low cost spay/neuter clinic in your area, please watch the video below. It shows a typical HCF spay/neuter clinic.