Spay & Neuter Your Pets

PLEASE spay and neuter your pets! Spay the stray, the neighborhood cat and feral cats in your community. Nashville Cat Rescue places over 600 sterilized cats and kittens into homes every year but we are constantly inundated with calls for help. We cannot keep up, there are not enough homes, we are all responsible for lowering pet over population. The way to do it is simple-SPAY AND NEUTER. 75% of cats and kittens that enter shelters are killed. There are no excuses. Allowing your cat to have a litter of kittens means a litter of kittens are killed in a shelter. I you feed a cat in your community-get them fixed! There are many low cost and sometimes free programs throughout Middle Tennessee. Below is a list of resources and a few other spay neuter facts.

We currently have a grant to cover spay and neuters for the 37214 zip code if you need help in this area contact us.

  • Cats can get pregnant as early as 4 months of age.
  • Cats can get pregnant as soon as they give birth.
  • There are 70,000 puppies and kittens born per day. There are only 10,000 humans.
  • Cats that are fixed are less likely to be exposed to deadly diseases, be hit by cars, and develop certain types of cancer.
  • Kittens can be fixed as early as 8 weeks.
  • Pediatric Spay and Neuter is endorsed by the AVMA to help lower pet over population (American Veterinary Medical Association).
  • There are an estimated 60-100 million feral cats in the US.


Low Cost Spay and Neuter:



Nashville Humane Association - Rover Mobile Clinic

(615) 352-4030


Southern Alliance of Animal Welfare

Nashville, (615) 474-8390


Pet Community Center (transport help) (feral cats)

(615) 512-5001





1033-B Union School Road, Gallatin, TN 37066

P.O. Box 1834 | Gallatin, TN 37066, (615) 452-2233


Beesley Foundation

615-890-6878 • 2215 Keeneland Commercial Blvd, Murfreesboro


The Humane Association of Wilson County - Mobile Spay Station

They travel to many different counties (see the website for details).

(615) 444-1196


Fix for Life

511 W. Baddour Parkway, Lebanon, (615) 453-2349


Humane Society of Dekalb County

Voucher Program

210 E Public Sq, Smithville, (615) 464-6738


Freckles' Friends of DeKalb County

Liberty, (615) 464-6104 or (615) 444-1196


Humane Society of Putnam County

Cookeville and 14 other Upper Cumberland Counties

2435 Fisk Road, Cookeville, (931) 372-2728


Cookeville/Putnam County Animal Shelter

2105 W Jackson St, Cookeville, (931) 526-3647


People for Animals

Voucher program for Williamson County

Franklin, (615) 794-8925


Spay Neuter Financial Assistance, Inc. (SNFA)

Voucher Program

(615) 536-6120


Stewart County Animal Management Program (SCAMP)

999 Antioch Rd, Dover, (931) 232-4810


Southern Alliance of Animal Welfare – Lincoln County Chapter

Fayetteville, (931) 937-6045


Spay Neuter Assistance Clarksville (SNAC)

Humane Society of Montgomery County

(931) 648-8042


Humane Society of Sumner County

Hendersonville, Gallatin, Portland, White Horse

16 Volunteer Dr, Hendersonville, (615) 822-0061


Williamson County Animal Control and Adoption

(615) 790-5590


Get a referral to a low cost spay/neuter clinic in your area: