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Female Cats (Spay) $55

Male Cats (Neuter) $45


Optional Services

  • FELV/FIV Test $25 
    Tests for Feline Leukemia and Immune Deficiency Virus
  • FVRCP Vaccine $15 each 
    (after the first shot, a booster is needed in 3-4 weeks)
    Protects against a severe viral upper respiratory infection.
  • MICROCHIP $25
    Includes a lifetime registration
  • Rabies Vaccine $10


The price for spaying or neutering includes the surgery, anesthesia, brief exam, one year rabies vaccine, one month flea and tick medication (Revolution), nail trim, ears cleaned, eye ointment, post-operative pain medication given at the clinic, go home instructions and an emergency number to use the evening of surgery.

No Extra Charge for a female cat in heat or pregnant, and none for cryptorchid male.

 PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.





How Old Does the Kitten Need to Be?

Can an eight week old kitten get spayed or neutered? The answer is we don’t determine a cat’s eligibility by age. Does that surprise you? Thought so. The actual factors that we look at to determine a cat’s eligibility are weight and it’s health.

Also surprising is the reason. One would assume that the surgery itself is dangerous for the kittens, but it is because each patient receives anesthesia that there must be a weight restriction. At Snip Tuck, Inc. we take every precaution necessary to insure that our furry patients are back on their feet as soon as possible.

So are there exceptions to this rule? Truthfully, where there is a rule, there is exception. Some of our professionals will do a 2 1/2 pound kitten, others will not. Also, in certain circumstances if the kitten is waiting on a possible adoption situation and can’t be adopted until it is fixed, then we reserve the right to review and examine each situation case by case and perhaps go ahead with the procedure.

There are thousands of feral or “doorstep” cats roaming the Eastern Shore.  They are homeless and often form colonies as they struggle to survive and continue to breed.  Kind-hearted people take on their care, compassionately and effectively ending the ongoing life-death cycle of these feral cats through TNR (Trap Neuter Release) programs.  Cats are painlessly trapped, spayed or neutered at the TNR clinic, given a rabies vaccination and a general health screening and then are returned to their colonies.  Unable to reproduce, the colonies’ numbers dwindle and eventually disappear.

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