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Spay / Neuter

One of the most important things owners can do for their pets is to spay or neuter them. In addition to helping to prevent diseases like cancer and some undesirable behaviors, spaying or neutering your pet will prevent unwanted puppies or kittens that could end up at an animal shelter. There are a few options open to Lincoln County and surrounding area residents listed below. If you have questions or need assistance, please email spayneuter@hatsalive.org.

Fix For Fewer
This voucher program is open to Lincoln County residents based on income qualification. For more details and to submit an application, please visit the Fix For Fewer page.

In addition to the Fix For Fewer program, there are a number of area low-cost spay/neuter clinics available. The following is a list of area clinics. It is helpful to visit the websites of the clinics as they will often offer specials at different times throughout the year.

Lake Norman Lucky Cat Program
Feral, Stray and owned Cats transported to clinic. Can assist with trapping feral cats.
Phone: 704-877-7779
luckycats.org

Humane Society of Lincoln County
Provides transport to Humane Alliance Spay/Neuter Clinic in Asheville, NC
Phone: 704- 732- 9022
www.hslcnc.org/

Humane Society of Charlotte Spay/Neuter Clinic
Stationary clinic with on-site services
Address: 2646 Toomey Avenue, Charlotte NC 28203
Phone: 704- 333- 4130
www.humanesocietyofcharlotte.org/

Spay Neuter Charlotte
Stationary clinic with on-site services
Address: 2017 N Davidson Street Apt Ste. A , Charlotte NC 28205
Phone: 704- 375- 2009
spayneutercharlotte.org/

Gaston Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic
Stationery Clinic with on-site services
Address: 972 East Franklin Blvd. Gastonia, NC 28034
Phone: 704-868-4673
gastonspayneuter.com/

Foothills Spay/Neuter Clinic
Stationary clinic with on-site services, serves feral cats
Address: 3224 20th Avenue SE, Hickory NC 28602
Phone: 828 -464- 8878
www.catawbahumane.org