Spay Hampton Roads frequently receives requests for assistance from Hampton Roads residents residing outside the target neighborhoods that are part of the Norfolk Pet Project. Unfortunately, we cannot provide free spay/neuter for everyone, but we can refer people to the many low cost options in our area. These clinics provide very affordable spay/neuter surgeries, as well as vaccinations and other regular care (e.g., flea and tick preventatives). For residents on the other side of the tunnel seeking help with feral and free-roaming cats, there is Operation Cat Snip, Inc.
Based in Newport News, Operation Cat Snip, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) as the humane method to reduce overpopulation of feral cats on the greater peninsula. They will be the administrators for a local clinic which has recently received a PetSmart Charities Grant for TNR of feral cats in Newport News, VA. This grant pays for surgeries and vaccinations. Caregivers should email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information, to receive an appointment, or obtain a voucher for the program.