Low Income Spay & Neuter info below:

If you have a household annual income of $40,000 or less, you qualify for our low income spay/neuter program funded by a TLL Temple Grant. All you need to do is:

✔ You will need to bring: proof of income, a driver's license or other photo ID, and a utility bill for your current address.

✔ You will need to fill out the appropriate forms. We will calculate the cost of the surgery based on your income:

Annual income of $12,499 or less, your cost will be $35 for a cat or dog;

Annual income of $12,500-19,999, your cost will be $40 for a male cat, $45 for a female cat, and $45 for a dog(male or female);

Annual income of $20,000-$29,999, your cost will be $45 for a male cat, $50 for a female cat, or $50 for a dog(male or female).

Annual income of $30,000- $40,000, your cost will be $50 for male cats, $55 for female cats, and $55 for dogs (male or female).

An additional fee of $10 will be charged to you if your pet does not have a current rabies vaccination.



✔ You may pay with cash, check, or a credit card

✔ Our staff will give you a receipt, copy of the forms, and explain the needs of your pet before and after the surgery.

For more information about our program, please call the shelter at (936)639-1880.



Keep in mind...

Remember watching Bob Barker on The Price Is Right?. If you watched it more than once, you'll probably remember at the end of every show, Bob Barker would remind you to spay or neuter your pet so as to do your part to prevent pet overpopulation.

Puppies are so cute, but they're also a handful to care for on a long-term basis. Adopting or purchasing a dog or cat should be thought of as a forever, long-term commitment. Pets become like family members. If you ask someone who thinks of their pet as a furry child, it's usually obvious that they would never want to give up their child so they have chosen to make a long-term commitment to provide the best care possible for their furbaby!

Pets are great companions. They are however a financial and emotional investment. Though we all pray our pets never get sick or injured, animals need regular checkups given by a veterinarian and veterinarian bills can be expensive. Pets also need food, bedding, and toys. Please keep these factors in mind and be sure you can afford your future furry friend.