South King County Spay Station

South King County Spay Station

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Pasado’s South King County Spay Station provides low-cost spay/neuter surgeries to South King County income-qualified residents. This service is made possible by Pasado’s Safe Haven, Regional Animal Services of King County, and South County Cats.

We encourage Auburn residents to utilize the SPOT program at the Auburn Valley Humane Society.  Contact AVHS at 253-249-7849.

 

Costs/Fees
  • Cat fees are $35 for males or $55 for females.  If you cannot afford this low fee, South County Cats will subsidize the surgery with a $10 co-pay from you, while funding lasts.
  • Dog fees are $85 for males or $95 for females.  If you cannot afford this low fee, Regional Animal Services of King County will subsidize the surgery with a $35 co-pay from you (includes take home pain meds and e-collar).
  • The surgery is free to ALL free-roaming cats.
  • Additional services are available at reduced cost. Vaccines and parasite treatment are only available in combination with spay or neuter surgery. The exception is flea treatment, which can be purchased prior to intake in the morning for $10.  Vaccines: $10 ea.  Microchip: $10  Roundworm: $5  Tapeworm: $5  Cat Carriers: $5  E-collars: $5
Qualifications

Annual Household income must be under …

  • Region 1 Person 2 Person 3 Person 4 Person 5 Person
    King County $48,550 $55,450 $62,400 $69,300 $74,850
Check-in and pick-up
  • You must be at the location at 7:45 am. Arriving early will not place you higher on the list. We fill the spaces based on size, sex, species, and priority. Due to space limitations, we cannot guarantee that your pet will be admitted that day.
  • Please bring a completed consent form with you. Click here for a PDF printable form. If you are not able to print the consent form we will provide one for you at intake.
  • NOTE: Pregnant and in-heat pets take priority.
  • Pick up times will be announced once you check in.
  • Click here to make a reservation.
Day of surgery instructions
  • No food or water after 10pm the night before surgery, unless your animal is under 5lbs. Animals less than 5 pounds may have a very small amount of wet food early morning. Bring 2 bath towels per animal and any medical records if you have them.
  • Please leave your animal in the car (temperature permitting) when you first arrive; staff will provide further instructions.
  • You may bring your cat in any secure and safe vessel. Or we have cardboard carriers that you can purchase for $5.  Unfortunately, if a cat escapes a carrier/box, we cannot be held responsible.
Requirements
  • Blood work is recommended for animals over five years of age and required for pets eight years or older. If this applies to you, please bring in blood results that are no more than two weeks old. We are unable to provide this service so please ask your local veterinarian for a “geriatric panel” for s/n surgery.
  • Dogs must be at least 4 months old, arrive wearing a well-fitting collar, and be on a leash.
  • Cats must be at least 2 lbs and arrive in their own secure carrier or box (PLEASE…one cat per carrier). A small litter of kittens may come together in one carrier.
  • Unfortunately, we cannot accept dogs over 70lbs, due to space limitations.
  • Cats that arrive in humane live traps need to go home in a secure carrier, not a trap.
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