Toronto Street Cats’ aims to hold 1 or 2 free feral spay/neuter clinics each month. These clinics offer free sterilization, vaccinations and deworming to feral cats that will be returned to managed colonies.
Since September 2010 we’ve sterilized 3,643 street cats!
Upcoming Toronto Street Cats free feral cat spay/neuter clinic dates:
(Drop off times: Weekend clinics – 9am; Weekday clinics – 5pm)
To use our free feral cat spay/neuter clinic:
1. COMPLETE the colony caretaker training workshop through
the Toronto Feral Cat Project before bringing cats to our clinic
2. REVIEW our clinic criteria and practices (*UPDATED MAR 27, 2015*).
3. REQUEST an appointment by filling in the form here.
Entrance to the clinic is located at the back of the Toronto Humane Society
(11 River Street @ Queen St E, Toronto) next to the large garage doors.
ALTERNATIVE FREE FERAL CAT SPAY/NEUTER SERVICES:
Toronto Animal Services
Where: East Center – 821 Progress Road, Toronto, ON (click here for map)
When: The East Shelter is open seven days a week from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. except statutory holidays, Remembrance Day and Easter Monday
How: All the details you need to know can be found at this page of the City of Toronto website.
Where: 16586 Woodbine Ave, Newmarket, ON (click here for map)
Offers paid spay/neuter procedures for feral cats on a walk-in basis with a maximum of 2 cats per colony caretaker. Please call 905-898-6112, or email email@example.com for more information on their process and eligibility requirements.
Where: 91A Patterson Road, Barrie, ON (click here for map)
Offers paid spay/neuter procedures for feral cats on a walk-in basis with a maximum of 1 cat per day. Please call 1-705-734-9882 for more information on their process and eligibility requirements.
Lincoln County Humane Society Animal Clinic Spay/Neuter Services
Where: 160 Fourth Avenue, St Catherine’s, ON (click here for map)
Please call 1-905-688-7722 for more information on their process and eligibility requirements.