Barn Cat Spay/Neuter
Offered at the WHS Ozaukee Campus
Looking to spay/neuter an outdoor cat and consider yourself to be their owner? The Wisconsin Humane Society's Ozaukee Campus provides affordable spay/neuter and vaccination services to owned cats who live primarily outside. Any Wisconsin resident who wants to have their barn cat, working cat, or outdoor cat altered is welcome to participate. (If you're looking to spay or neuter a feral or community cat, please click here for our TNR program instead.)
Barn Cat surgeries are offered by appointment at 630 W Dekora St. in Saukville on Thursdays at 8:30 a.m., and pick-up occurs the same day between 3-5 p.m.
-- Since this program is for outdoor cats only, every cat who receives surgery will be painlessly ear-tipped under anesthesia during their surgery. This is to indicate to concerned parties who spot them outside that this cat has already been spayed or neutered, is not a lost stray, and does not need to be trapped or caught.
-- Cats must arrive in a carrier of some sort. If your cat is not comfortable with handling and you think you'll need to trap them, we ask that you only make an appointment once you have already trapped the cat. If a trap was required to catch the cat, they must arrive for their appointment inside the trap, along with a blanket or towel draped on top to reduce their stress during the appointment.
Cost and Scope of Services
A cost of $45 per cat is to be assessed at the time of drop off for appointment. Cost includes:
- Rabies vaccination (ages 3 months and up)
- FVRCP vaccination
Additional fees: (optional add-ons)
- FeLV/FIV testing - $35
- Flea treatment - $5
For more information on barn cat spay/neuter services, including pre-surgical guidelines and discharge instructions, please click here.