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HSSW Impact Report

Learn more about the many ways HSSW supports the pets and people in our community.

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Vaccination Clinics

Low cost vaccination and wellness options for pets in our community.

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Spay & Save

Preventing Unwanted Cats in Our Community

HSSW is home to Clark County’s first public spay and neuter clinic offering low-cost spay and neuter options for cats of low-income families. Funding for this program is provided as part of ASAP Metro - a coalition of local animal welfare agencies dedicated to making our community one of the safest in the nation for pets. 

Make an Appointment

To make an appointment, click the link below. Appointments are only available on the days listed and space is limited.

Make an Appointment

If you are unable or prefer not to schedule your appointment online, you may call to make an appointment.

Calls are accepted Tuesday and Thursdays, 1:00-3:00 only. To inquire about available appointments, please call 360-984-6052. 

Appointments are limited. When appointments are full, the line will shut down for the day. 

To request an appointment by phone:

  • Calls accepted Tuesday and Thursday, 1:00-3:00 - 360-984-6052
  • Please be ready to provide your cat's age, breed, color, and gender so we can schedule your appointment
  • If you are unable to reach someone, please continue calling during the open hours

Appointments cannot be accepted via email, in-person, or over the phone at any time outside of the scheduled times above.

Additional Information


  • Spay/Neuter Program Fees

    Families who qualify for Spay and Save are those receiving government support or low-income. Please see below for fee information and qualifications. 

    Government Assistance: $25 per cat

    Families who qualify for Spay & Save are those receiving some form of government assistance. Examples include: Public Housing, TANF, AFDC, SSI, Food Stamps (SNAP), WIC, Free or Reduced Lunch Program, Medicaid, Section 8 Housing, Apple Health, PAW Team, EBT. 

    Low-Income Household: $50 per cat

    Families qualifying for low-income status must meet the income levels below:


  • Additional Services

    Addtional services are available for registered Spay & Save cats. These services may be added only after a cat has been scheduled for their appointment.

    Healthy Cat Package | $25
    Includes FVRCP vaccine, nail trim (front nails only), Praziquantel (treats tapeworms often found on animals with fleas and ear mites for up to 1 month), Revolution (single treatment; treats and prevents fleas, roundworms, hookworms)

    Rabies Vaccine (3 months and older) | $15

    Home Again Microchip | $15
    Includes lifetime registration and one-year membership in Home Again’s Pet Recovery Program


  • Additional Spay/Neuter Programs

    Cat Adoption Team 

    CAT’s onsite hospital offers a spay/neuter clinic to assist cat owners who are in financial need. You must reside in Clackamas, Multnomah, or Washington Counties (Oregon) or Clark County (Washington) or live within a one-hour drive to their Sherwood, OR shelter to qualify.


    Oregon Humane Society 

    Oregon Humane Society provides low-cost spay/neuter services at both their Portland and Salem campuses. The Salem Spay & Neuter Clinic offers affordable rates for cat owners currently receiving government assistance.


    Second Chance Companions

    SCC provides spay/neuter services to low-income residents in Clark County and the Portland metro area.


    Additional Resources

    This list is not intended to be a full listing of all services available in our community. Availability is not guaranteed; to verify service availability, please contact the listed service organization. For more resources, click to view Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Resources.

For additional questions, please contact:

Community Solutions Team 
[email protected] or 360.213.2621