Do you see or feed cats in your neighborhood? Stray cats with no particular home or owner? These are San Francisco's community cats.
The San Francisco SPCA spays and neuters San Francisco's community cats for free. Spay/neuter, along with consistent monitoring, easily and effectively controls the community cat population. It also eliminates behaviors associated with mating such as yowling and fighting. We also vaccinate and microchip community cats before returning them to their outdoor homes.
We offer advice and assistance in managing community cat colonies. Just give us a call at 415.522.3539 or email us. Whether you are an experienced advocate or need assistance in trapping, we can help.
We are closed Sundays and Mondays.
Surgery drop-offs are from Tuesday to Friday (excluding holidays)
- Early morning drop-offs: 8am to 9am Bring cats to the Feral Cat Program entrance at 220 Florida Street, in a trap or front loading carrier.
- For surgery drop-offs outside the above hours, cats are accepted through the Spay/Neuter Clinic (201 Alabama Street, 2nd floor) 10am to 4pm
- Surgery days will be dependent on clinic schedule and available space. Cats will be held until the next available surgery slot.
Traps are rented by appointment only.
Call us at 415.522.3539 to schedule a rental pick up.
We require a refundable deposit of $60 per rental.
Trapping 101 - The Basics (Adobe PDF)