spay and neuter services
Please note that we have assumed the Cobb County Community Cat Program from Best Friends Animal Society. We are pleased to be able to offer free surgeries for community cats in Cobb County thanks to generous grants. For more information on helping community cats, please click here.
We are proud to offer spay and neuter services to Rescue Groups and TNR providers! Surgeries for TNR are provided for on Mondays and Wednesdays, while Tuesdays are reserved for rescue groups and our own cats, with only occasional exceptions. Appointments are required. See below for more information.
All procedures will include tattooing. TNR cats will also be ear tipped. FVRCP and Rabies are also available.
Pricing for rescue groups is as follows:
*Good Mews will implant microchip at the time of surgery but rescue groups must provide their own chip.
**Rabies vaccine will be required (if age/weight requirement is met) unless proof of current vaccination is provided at time of appointment.
If you are a rescue/TNR group and interested in scheduling or you have further questions, please contact [email protected]. A surgical release will be required for each cat and will be sent with the appointment confirmation email. TNR providers must advise Good Mews of the number of traps they intend to set for planning purposes.
We are very proud to partner with The Fisher Family Foundation to assist those in true need with the cost of obtaining TNR services. In order to help make a difference in the lives of unaltered feral cats and to help stop generations of suffering, the Fisher Family Foundation is generously providing funds to assist with spay & neuter surgeries in conjunction with the Good Mews spay/neuter clinics. Known TNR providers can contact Good Mews to speak with a Fisher Family Foundation representative about the availability of funds.