The Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society’s Catmobile Program is a subsidized mobile spay/neuter clinic designed specifically for cats. Our two Catmobiles are each staffed by a veterinarian and technician, and can assist up to 30 cats a day.
The Catmobile program covers the North Shore, South Shore, Central MA, Metrowest, Merrimack River Valley, and greater Boston areas.
Our package includes a brief exam, spay/neuter, rabies vaccination for cats over 12 weeks of age (weighing 1.5kg/3.3 lbs.), and a nail trim.
then book your appointment by phone or online.
Spay/neuter surgeries are by appointment only.
Contact our scheduling office today!
The Catmobile Call Center is open Monday through Friday from 10 AM – 4 PM.
All cats should be at least eight weeks old. For the safety of your cat, we strongly recommend pre-operative bloodwork ahead of time (at your own veterinarian) for any cat over 2 years of age. This bloodwork cannot be done on the Catmobile. While we will book cats over the age of 5 years on the Catmobile, please be aware that our veterinarians reserve the right to turn cats over 5 away on the day of surgery if they have concerns about the cats’ health. Our vet will make that assessment once she sees the cat the day of surgery.
HAVE A PUREBRED CAT?
We are unable to accommodate the following breeds due to health concerns: Bengal, Abyssinian, Somali, Persian, Himalayan, Egyptian Mau, Maine Coon, Ragdoll, Savannah, Sphinx & other hairless breeds. Please note that our veterinarians reserve the right to turn away mixed-breeds of these cats as well. This is for the safety of your cat.
Male Cats: $80
Female Cats: $120
Includes a brief exam, spay or neuter, rabies vaccine, and nail trim
Check our Facebook page for specials!
Qualified Feral Cats: $35
Limited space available. All feral cats are ear-tipped. Please call or email for more information.
APRIL ONLY – Get those outdoor cats you’ve been feeding fixed and vaccinated for FREE thanks to a grant from PetSmart Charities! Our program humanely traps feral, stray, and community cats, spay/neuters & vaccinates them, then returns them to their outdoor homes. Mention the Community Cat campaign to get this special rate. Please note that this is for UN-owned cats only, and is geared towards individual caretakers.
Flea Treatment: $15
Please note that we have now instituted a $60 fee for late pick-ups. This fee is not negotiable and we are not able to be flexible with lateness due to our tight schedule. We apologize for any inconvenience; please help us out by being on time for both drop-off and pick-up!
BEFORE YOUR APPOINTMENT
We strongly recommend that your cat receive an FVRCP (“distemper”) vaccination at least 48 hours prior to their visit to the Catmobile (and ideally that they have a full FVRCP “series” on board first). This vaccine can be given at a vet’s office or at a low-cost vaccine clinic like Vetco (located inside many Petco stores). Those resources can explain to you how many shots your cat will require to complete a full series good for one year. The FVRCP vaccine helps protect your cat against three diseases they could be exposed to when in close proximity to other cats, two of which can be deadly. We do not offer FVRCP on the Catmobile due to its need for booster shots, but it is a critical part of your cat’s healthcare. Please make sure to get this done before your Catmobile appointment!
We also strongly recommend that all cats visiting the Catmobile receive good flea treatment (Frontline, Advantage – available at retail outlets; Activyl, Revolution, other – available at vets’ offices) on or around the date of their Catmobile visit! Individually packaged take-home flea treatment is available for purchase the day of your appointment for $15/dose.
Download these important forms and instructions before your appointment:
Surgical Consent Form
With thanks to the following groups for grants supporting the Catmobile:
With thanks to our Catmobile sponsors: