- NO feral cat surgeries on April 6, 7, 28!

- Our spay/neuter appointments for the month of May will be released on Monday, April 24, at 9am. See below to schedule. If no available appointments are showing after that date/time it means that we are fully booked. We only open up appointments for one month at a time.

- Dates when S/N appointments will be made available (last Monday of every month at 9am unless otherwise stated): Monday: January 30, February 27, March 27, April 24, May 29, June 26, July 24, August 28, September 25, October 30, November 27, December 22

- Currently we are only doing feral cat spay/neuter surgeries (limit is 10 feral cats (TOTAL) per day (Monday-Friday) until further notice) at our shelter location (4804 Fredericksburg Road, at our new Leeu Naylor Medical Building next to the shelter.) unless otherwise posted in the feral section. See dates below with no feral surgeries.

Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Information

Thank you for your interest in having your dog or cat spayed/neutered by the SAHS! This surgery helps decrease the overwhelming number of unwanted pets in our city and improves your pet’s chances for a longer, healthier life. Spay/neuter services are available to the public by appointment only.

Schedule Your Pet’s Appointment

What to Expect Appointment Day

*Feral Cats Spay/Neuter Program

San Antonio Humane Society (4804 Fredericksburg Rd)
- NO feral cat surgeries on March 29, April 6, 7, 28!
- Limit is 10 feral cats per day (TOTAL) (Monday-Friday) until further notice unless otherwise posted.

Effective immediately all feral traps doors must be secured with either a carabiner or pipe cleaner. Zip ties will not be accepted.

Unless it says different in a temporary update above - There is a 10 feral cat limit, and no more than 3 feral cats per person, Monday - Friday at SAHS 4804 Fredericksburg Rd (at our new Leeu Naylor Medical Building next to the shelter.).

Sean and Claudia Elliott support the SAHS
Watch Sean & Claudia Elliott talk about spaying/neutering

Made possible by:
"A grant from the Animal No Kill Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation" .