Rescue and Trapping Programs
offer a number of free and low-cost spay programs, as well as help with
rescue and trap-neuter-return.
Free Spay for Mother Cats Program: Feline
Friends offers a free spay to any mother cat with kittens, providing
all the kittens are surrendered to Feline Friends for adoption. Since
we spay and neuter kittens at 2 pounds, all the kittens that are placed
into new homes can not reproduce This insures that the population
growth is stopped and no new kittens are born. This program is run year
round. For more information contact 603-893-2483 or email to
Low Cost Spay/Neuter Program:
Feline Friends recommends two programs for Low Cost Spaying & Neutering:
The Catmobile 978-465-1940 and Animal Rescue Veterinarian Services 603-425-3928.
Both programs are $75.00 to neuter a male and $100.00 to spay a female. Charges
include distemper & rabies shots. You will need to call for an appointment.
If you need assistance in trying to reach either of these programs, please call
or email us and we will help in any way we can. Thank you for spaying &
Friends offers options for cats and kittens in need of finding new
homes. This program is available for cats or kittens that are in an
unsafe environment and need to be taken from the home or from the
outside elements. Most often these cats have been abandoned or are
being mistreated. We always try to accommodate placement for these
felines, but if we do not have room we will offer referral and put you
on our waiting list. For more information call 603-893-2483 or write to
email@example.com. For a list of other no-kill
shelters in the area click on
No Kill Shelter List.
Our T-N-R program is designed to offer assistance in trapping
individual feral cats or helping with whole colonies. Have-a-heart
traps are used by experienced volunteers. Once trapped, the cats are
taken to our vet for testing, vaccinations and spaying/neutering. Each
cat is tattooed and ear tipped to show that the cat has been altered if
it is trapped again. In order to take part in this program, you will
need to make a commitment to continue to provide food, water and sheler
such as a shed, dog house, or other outside enclosure for the cat(s)
once they are released.