After Hours Emergencies
- VCA Animal Emergency Hospital Southeast Calder Road | (281) 332-1678
- Pearland 288 Animal Emergency Clinic | (713) 482-4592
Feral Cat Spay & Neuter Guidelines
- We take feral cats on a first-come, first-serve basis and you must be present. We take the first FIVE feral cats in the morning, Monday-Friday.
- There will be a sign-up sheet on a clipboard hanging outside the front of the building. You will sign up with your feral cat name/last name. For example: Feral #3 Smith.
- Feral cats MUST COME IN A HUMANE TRAP. If they are not in a humane trap, they will not be accepted for surgery. ONE cat per humane trap.
- You must sign a surgery consent form for each feral cat.
- Feral cats will be ear-tipped to show they are sterilized. There are no exceptions to this procedure.
- Rabies vaccination is required by state law and will be given to every feral cat with doctor approval.
- View Feral Cat Trapping instructions.
Local Animal SheltersIf you are looking to adopt a pet, or are looking for a shelter to surrender rescued stray animals, please consider the following local organizations.
- Galveston County Animal Resource Center
- League City Animal Shelter
- Galveston Island Humane Society
- City of Friendswood Animal Shelter
If you are looking for veterinary information from trusted sources, browse the links below. Please note that these sources are not intended to diagnose health issues or prescribe treatments, but to facilitate informed care for your pet. Always make an appointment with a veterinarian if your animal is exhibiting unusual symptoms or behavior.
- American Animal Hospital Association
- American Board of Veterinary Practitioners
- American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
- American Kennel Club
- American Veterinary Medical Association
- Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges
- Center for Veterinary Medicine - U.S. Food and Drug Administration