TreeTops Animal Rescue
PO Box 584
Landenberg, PA 19350
(484) 727-7456
info@TreeTopsRescue.org
Alpacas: 1   |  Cats: 24   |  Dogs: 9

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Places To Go For Help with Low Cost Spay/Neuter, Vaccinations, Feral Cats,

and Emergency Vet Care

 For more up-to-date information and fee schedules please call the clinics at the numbers listed below.  For some you may be required to provide proof of income or demonstrate financial need.

 

 The Spayed Club http://www.thespayedclub.org/      email:appointments@thespayedclub.org

 800 Chester Pike Sharon Hill, PA 19079 | 484-540-8436 |  

 Offers voucher for low income families to use at participating vets.  Also now has their own low cost spay/neuter clinic

 

 Delaware SPCA Spay/Neuter Clinic http://www.delspca.org/services/neutering

 455 Stanton Christiana Road, Newark, DE 19713     302-998-2281

 

Delaware Humane Society  http://www.dehumane.org/spayNeuter/

701 A Street , Wilmington, DE 19801    1-888-DHA-SPAY (1-888-342-7729)

Low cost spay/neuter for animals below 30 pounds

Low cost vaccinations and microchipping

  

Forgotten Cats http://www.forgottencats.org/

Help with Trap-Neuter Release for feral cat populations ,  Also spay/neuter clinic for cats

Greenville, Delaware 302-429-0124
Willow Grove, Pennsylvania 215-219-8148

 

Faithful Friends   302-427-8514    www.faithfulfriends.us
12 Germay Drive Wilm De 19804.

 Spay and Save, Inc.        610-279-9714 or www.spayandsave.org

 Certificate program for lower-income residents of southeast PA.  Prices and application on website. 

 

The Delaware County SPCA , Media PA

 Alley Cat Special: $75 for physical exam, spay/netuer, vaccination & FIV/FeLV combo test

 Wellness Wednesdays & Thursday: $25 wellness exam required, plethora of services

 Monthly onsite and offsite vaccination & microchip clinics: The first Monday of every month or second (when a holiday); we have various offsite locations, noted on our Web site.

 Low-cost spay/neuter: $50 for cats; $60 for dogs under 40 pounds; $80 for dogs over 40 pounds .  

 

Animal Education League
P.O. Box 242, Woodlyn, PA 19094
610-544-9535

 

Delaware Dept. of Agriculture Spay/Neuter Program      1-800-282-8685 or www.dda.delaware.gov    

 For low-income DE state residents only.  $20 spay/neuter certificates.  Application required.

 

SNAP (Spay-Neuter All Pets)
302-838-6996 / 410-885-5783

 

 Friends of Animals      1-800-321-PETS or www.friendsofanimals.org    National certificate program.  No application, no income limit. Many participating vets in PA, NJ, DE.  Certificates can be purchased online.

 

 Organization for the Responsible Care of Animals (ORCA),  Lancaster, PA    

717-397-8922   Low-cost, fixed-price spay/neuter program serving Lancaster County.  Call for info.

 

SNAP, Inc. (Spay Neuter All Pets)  302-838-6996 or 410-885-5783, or email snapinc@yahoo.com    

Certificate program. Open to anyone - no application, no income limit.  Many participating vets in PA, MD, DE.

 

Women’s Humane Society, 3839 Richlieu Rd, Bensalem, PA     215-750-3100    Public clinic, open to anyone.

  

Hope Animal Resource Center   1-800-738-HOPE or www.hopeanimalresourcecenter.org 

 

Morris Animal Refuge, 1242 Lombard St, Phila, PA      www.morrisanimalrefuge.org

Certificate program. Open to anyone. Certificates must be purchased in person at Morris Refuge.  Mobile spay/neuter clinics for low-income Phila residents only. Visit website for clinic locations & schedule.

 

Pennsylvania SPCA, 350 E. Erie Ave, Phila.   215-426-7400 or www.pspca.org  Low-cost clinic, open to anyone.

 

The People-Pet Partnership  Philadelphia PA  215-629-2350


 

Low-Cost Clinics for Stray and Feral Cats:

 

Forgotten Cats http://www.forgottencats.org/

Greenville, Delaware 302-429-0124
Willow Grove, Pennsylvania 215-219-8148

 Help with Trap-Neuter Release for feral cat populations

  

Phila. Community Cats Council, North Phila.    www.phillycats.org     Email clinic@phillycats.org

 

Humane League of Lancaster Co., Lancaster, PA   717-393-6551 X-302 or spayneuter@humaneleague.com


Help with Emergency Care Vet Bills

Have you ever been faced with expensive veterinary or emergency care bills when your animal has faced a life-threatening crisis? All too often people make decisions to put their pets down because they are unable to afford the necessary treatment. Here are some links to funds and resources that may provide financial help:

 

The Pet Fund - http://www.thepetfund.com/

 Angels for Animals - http://www.angels4animals.org/

Brown Dog Foundation - http://www.browndogfoundation.org/

Cats in Crisis - http://www.browndogfoundation.org/

Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance Program - http://www.fveap.org/sys-tmpl/door/

Canine Cancer Awareness - http://www.caninecancerawareness.org/

Diabetic Pet Fund - http://www.petdiabetes.net/fund/

The Mosby Fund - http://www.themosbyfoundation.org/what.html

Feline Outreach -  http://www.felineoutreach.org/index.html

Cats in Crisis - http://www.catsincrisis.org