Spay/Neuter for Cats
Our mobile clinic is regularly in Newburgh, Monroe, and Middletown. Additionally, we have monthly clinics in Monticello, Liberty, and Rockland County. Please call for locations and times. We have occasional special events at local humane societies, information for which can be found on our special events page. Appointments are required.
Our spay/neuter mobile clinic is available for cats only. For dogs, our spay/neuter services are performed at our stationary clinic in Middletown. For more information, click here.
Our fee for a female spay or male neuter is $70-$80 per cat (depending on location). This fee includes a rabies vaccine, ear cleaning, nail trim and a mandatory tattoo. Feral cats may be eartipped at no additional charge, if requested at check-in.
T.A.R.A. offers additional services for cats at time of surgery. Details on these services can be seen on our price list below.
|FVRCP (1 year)|
if first time, additional booster required in 3 weeks
For cats over 4 months old. Must have preapproval for testing.
Tests for Feline Leukemia and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus
Revolution Plus: protects against fleas, ticks, and ear mites.
Pyrantel (for cats 3-8 weeks old), Drontal (for cats over 8 weeks old).
includes lifetime registration with HomeAgain
For printable brochures containing more information about vaccines and parasite management, tap the buttons below.
Town Programs for Feline Spay/Neuter
T.A.R.A. has contracts with several townships, which allow these towns to offer feline spay and neuter services through reduced-cost voucher programs to their residents. Our first contract was established with the town of Mamakating in 2003. Several more towns have signed on throughout the years. Since the inception of these programs, over 10,500 public cats have been spayed and neutered for participating town residents.
Below are a list of towns that have contracted with us to offer town-subsidized spay/neuter certificates to their residents:
|Town of Bethel||Contact the Town Clerk at (845) 583-4350|
|Town of Chester||Contact the Warwick Valley Humane Society at (845) 986-2473|
|Town of Crawford||Contact the Town Clerk at (845) 744-2029|
|Town of Fallsburg||Contact the Town Clerk at (845) 434-8810 ext. 1|
|Town of Fishkill||Contact the Town Clerk at (845) 831-7800 ext. 3338|
|Town of Goshen||Contact the Town Clerk at (845) 294-6250 x1222.
Open Wednesdays 9-5 only
|Village of Highland Falls||Contact the Town Clerk at (845) 446-2952|
|Town of Mamakating||Contact the Town Clerk at (845) 888-3002|
|Town of Monroe||Contact the Town Clerk at (845) 783-1900|
|Town of Montgomery||Contact the Town Clerk at (845) 457-2660|
|Town of Thompson||Contact the Town Clerk at (845) 794-2500|
|Town of Wallkill (Orange County)||Contact the Town Clerk at (845) 692-7826|
|Town of Warwick||Contact the Warwick Valley Humane Society at (845) 986-2473|
|Town of Wawayanda||Contact the Town Clerk at (845) 355-5700 ext. 3|
|Town of Woodbury||Contact Pam at (845) 928-7161|
While many people choose to pay the morning of their appointment, we also offer the option to prepay for the surgery with a credit or debit card through PayPal. There is a minimal processing fee. Any additional services (distemper vaccine, flea treatment, etc.) may be purchased with cash or credit card in-person the morning of your appointment. Online payments are not accepted at special events. If you have any questions about payment methods, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Before making a prepayment, you MUST call us at (845) 343-1000 to schedule your appointment. Prepayments are required at least 48 hours before the appointment date.
Prepayments made must be used within 60 days.
Includes exam, anesthesia, pain medication, antibiotics, rabies vaccine, ear cleaning, and nail trim.
We receive occasional grants that allow us to charge other non-profit organizations a reduced rate. If you are a 501(c) (3) organization and want more information, please contact us.
T.A.R.A. Loaner Trap Program
For feral and hard-to-catch cats, we loan a trap for a $70.00 deposit. When said cat is brought to us for a spay, the trap deposit is used in lieu of payment for the procedure. Trap(s) must be returned at this time. We will also return a trap deposit if a cat is not caught and said trap is returned in good condition.
Requesting Medical Records
*Note: the person requesting documents must be the owner at time of service.*
We always provide documentation at the time of service here at T.A.R.A. These documents include spay/neuter certificates, rabies certificates, vaccine records, and test results. However, to keep our costs low as a non-profit organization, we don’t provide free replacements. You can request copies of such documents using the field below.