Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
OPERATION HOOD FORMS
Please print the applicable form and complete. Instructions for returning the application can be found in the instructions located on the first page of the application.
SPREAD THE WORD – FLYERS
- TNR Infographic – English
- TNR Infographic – Spanish
- Plea to the Public to take Initiative
- Kitten Season
- TNR – Ear Tipped
- Barn Cats Available
LOW-COST SPAY & NEUTER CLINICS
There are many low-cost spay and neuter clinics in our area. If you have a pet that has not been spayed/neutered, please contact one of the following clinics and schedule an appointment.
9975 Pennsylvania Avenue, Manassas, VA 20110
Offer low-cost veterinary services for both cats and dogs, including: spay/neuter, vaccinations, testing, de- worming, flea/tick products, preventative care and more! Potomac Spay/Neuter is open to everyone regardless of income or place of residence. Also, each month the Prince William SPCA will offer a limited number of discount coupons for Prince William County residents. To request a coupon, visit http://pwspca.org/.
Kincheloe Spay/Neuter Clinic
452 TV Drive, Fredericksburg, VA 22408
Offers low-cost spay/neuter services, as well as micro-chipping, flea/tick products, vaccinations and combo testing. They provide services to both cats and dogs. They are open to the public regardless of income or place of residence.
13320 Occoquan Rd. in Woodbridge VA 22191
Provides low-cost (and in hardship cases free) spay/neuter surgeries for qualified rescue groups and individuals they sponsor. They deal primarily with cats as their facility is small and there are far more stray cats and feral cats than dogs, although dogs from shelters and rescues can be accommodated. Since its beginning, PETS Ltd. has performed more than 13,000 surgeries, preventing the birth of over 50,000 unwanted animals.
P.O. Box 100220, Arlington, VA 22210
A program of the SPCA of Northern Virginia. It provides discounted spay and neuter referrals for dogs and cats in Northern Virginia. They are not a veterinary clinic, but offer discounted spay/neuter surgeries through a network of participating animal hospitals.
COLONY MANAGEMENT – CARING FOR YOUR COLONY
Feral Cat Focus of WNY and Alley Cat Allies are two great resources for people are caring for feral or stray cats. We encourage everyone to visit these two websites prior to taking on the care and feeding of homeless cats.
INSULATED CAT SHELTERS
Here is a great video on how to build a winter shelter for animals who live outside. Thanks to the Toronto Feral Cat Coalition for this educational video.