The Humane Society of Western Montana continually offers spay/neuter services for individuals and families who qualify for low-income status and for caregivers of feral cats.
Services We Offer
Low Income Cat Clinics
We offer appointments for cats and kittens on Tuesdays at the Humane Society. These appointments are for families qualifying for low-income status and those who cannot afford to go to their regular veterinarian. To schedule an appointment stop by the shelter to submit your application and the $25 co-pay, or mail the application with your payment to 5930 Highway 93 South, Missoula MT 59804. Space is very limited and you must register in advance. See upcoming clinic dates for 2018 in the list below:
Tuesday, May 8- very limited space available
We are currently unable to offer low- cost surgeries for dogs
Please check with Animal Control at 541-7387 (must reside in Missoula County) for dog clinic options. For lower cost vets we recommend calling Five Valleys Vet, Pruyn or Missoula Vet for price quotes.
Spay/Neuter Assistance for Feral Cat Colonies
Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is a program for feral cats designed to reduce the stray and feral cat populations in the community. TNR is widely accepted as the most humane and effective way of managing and reducing free roaming cat populations. The Humane Society of Western Montana offers a comprehensive TNR program for feral cat colony caregivers including free trap rental and spay/neuter assistance. Social and adoptable cats and kittens will be admitted to the Humane Society's adoption program while the remainder of the colony will be spayed or neutered, ear tipped, receive a rabies vaccination and be returned to the colony. Participation in our TNR program is free of charge, but we encourage donations to help continue the program.
To apply for assistance with feral cats, please download and complete the application and tracking list and mail it to:
Humane Society of Western Montana
Attn: TNR Program
5930 Hwy 93 South
Missoula, MT 59804
TNR appointments for feral cats will be established only after the completed application and tracking list has been received. The Program Manager will contact you after your paperwork has been submitted.