In addition to performing spay/neuter surgeries on animals available for adoption, Greenhill Humane Society provides services to free-roaming, unowned community cats in Lane County.
Spay/Neuter Surgeries for Community Cats
*updated Jan 2021
Surgeries for Greenhill Shelter Animals
*updated Jan 2021
Do you have community cats in need of Spay/Neuter services?
Greenhill Humane Society offers a Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) program for Community Cats. Read the steps below to find out how.
Financial assistance may be available through grant funding and the donations of generous caregivers and supporters, whose gift ensures that this program remains accessible to those unable to cover the full cost of the services. You will be able to indicate the need for financial assistance during the scheduling process.
How you can help!
Your Donation Allows Us To Continue To Provide Spay/Neuter Surgeries to Community Cats. CONSIDER DONATING TODAY!
Spay/Neuter Services for the Public
Greenhill Humane Society does not provide spay/neuter services to the public other than through the TNR Program for Community Cats. For information about Spay/Neuter services for your pets please contact your veterinarian or one of the organizations listed below (expand for details).
The City of Eugene Spay & Neuter Clinic provides low-cost spay/neuter and other services such as microchipping and sale of flea/worming medications.
3970 W. 1st Ave
Willamette Animal Guild provides low-cost spay/neuter services.
Traps may also be purchased/rented from the following stores:
|Suds ‘Em Yourself Dog wash||541.484.2239|
|The Farm Store||541.935-2604|
|Humane Society of Cottage Grove||541.942-2789|
|Junction City Farm & Garden||541.998-2371|
|McKenzie Feed & Saddlery||541.726-2951|
|Old Mill Farm Store *limited supply*||541.942-3042|
|Pleasant Hill Feed & Farm Supply||
Other TNR Organizations