Unfortunately you do not meet out income requirements. You must earn less than $40,000 a year and be able to verify your income. Please take a look at our list of low-cost veterinarians.
What type of pet do you have?
Not only does spaying or neutering your pet help prevent pet overpopulation, it also helps curb bad behaviors and increase your pet's longevity. A spayed/neutered animal is less likely to run away, urine mark, or show signs of aggression.
How much does your dog weigh?
80 lbs. or more
Less than 80lbs.
The fee is the same, but we are only able to spay/nueter one dog that is 80 lbs. or more per day.
Is your cat easy to handle and put in a carrier?
Not every cat is be easy to handle and excited to go in a carrier. If your cat is generally difficult to handle and much more difficult to put in a carrier than most, you may have a feral cat.
You qualify for our donor-subsidized spay/neuter services. Please click the link to prepay and get your pet signed up today. YOU WILL NEED TO PROVIDE PROOF OF INCOME AT THE TIME OF THE SURGERY.
The Kansas Humane Society offers discounted spay and neuter services for those in the community who can provide proof of financial need.
We have been fortunate enough to receive a grant from the Petco Foundation to help underwrite costs, which allows us to offer quality surgical care with greatly reduced prices through this incredible program.
By offering these much-needed services, we help save animal lives by preventing unwanted litters and work towards reducing Wichita’s pet overpopulation problem.
Our Spay/Neuter Fees
Female Dogs - $65
Male Dogs - $55 (starting April 1, all dogs will be $65)
All Cats - $40
You must have an annual income of $40,000 or less to use our services and provide one of the following proof of income to qualify for our services:
Paycheck Stub MAXIMUM GROSS INCOME:
- WEEKLY: $769.33
- TWICE A MONTH: $1,666.67
- MONTHLY: $3,333.33 Previous Year's Tax Return
Unemployment Benefits Letter
Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits Letter