Feral Cat Info
The Richmond Animal League’s Loving Spay+Neuter Clinic is proud to offer spay and neuter surgery and a rabies vaccine free of charge to feral cats. This service is made possible by generous donors and grants. Other services are available to feral cats at an additional fee.
Feral cat spay and neuter appointments are made on Mondays on a first come, first serve basis. We hold five spaces for feral cats per day. Each feral must have an appointment; we do not take walk-ins.
We do not require that feral cats be tested for feline leukemia or feline immunodeficiency virus, but the caretaker may elect to test a cat for an additional fee. If a feral cat appears sick, we may recommend testing. The caretaker has the option to euthanize a feral cat that tests positive for feline leukemia or feline immunodeficiency virus to help prevent spread of those viruses to other cats.
If a female feral cat is found to be pregnant at the time of spay, the procedure will be completed and the pregnancy terminated.
Thank you so much for your participation in our feral cat program. Please call us at (804) 379-9725 if you have any questions or to schedule an appointment.