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Toothy Tuesday Program

Every Tuesday we partner with Philadoptables to raise money for one dental surgery for a Philly cat that may not get this opportunity otherwise.

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Before you sign up, please read our program checklist and FAQ.
Checklist

Program Checklist

  • Fill out the form for each cat or kitten you are bringing to the clinic.
     

  • This is for PET cats. If you have a TNR (outside cat) to be fixed, please email us at freefix@catadelphia.org and we will set you up on a different free program.
     

  • Kittens must be two pounds in weight.
     

  • If your request is approved, you will receive additional information via email for your appointment shortly. 
     

  • We are unable to accept phone calls so please be sure to check your email periodically.

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COVID-19 protocol for each clinic must be followed.

This includes wearing a mask at all times and following all distancing procedures at the clinics for drop off and pickup. Clinic-specific guidelines will be sent to you when you receive an appointment.

FAQ
  • What is included in the Catadelphia Free Fix package?
    Each cat is eligible to receive the following: Spay or Neuter Rabies vaccination FVRCP vaccination Flea treatment Dewormer There will be no extra charges for in heat, Cryptorchids or Pyometra. Pregnant cats will have pregnancy terminated during surgery at no additional cost. If your pet has additional medical issues not listed above, you may have to follow up with a private veterinarian at a later date to address them.
  • Is Catadelphia the clinic I will be bringing my cat to?
    Catadelphia created the Free Fix program and will be communicating with you to help you get your cat spayed or neutered. We partner with a few veterinary clinics. You will be able to select the clinic that works best for you. These are our current veterinary partners: The Spayed Club 800 Chester Pike, Sharon Hill, PA 19079 Providence Animal Center 555 Sandy Bank Road, Media, PA 19063
  • How old does my kitten have to be to get spayed or neutered?
    Kittens can be safely spayed or neutered at two months old or as soon as they weigh two pounds.
  • What if I don't have a cat carrier?
    All cats must be in a secure hard carrier, one cat per carrier. Borrow a carrier from us if you do not have one: bit.ly/taconytraplibrary. Please email tacony@catadelphia.org with any questions.
  • I don't have a printer to print the paperwork for my appointment.
    Each clinic will have copies of the paperwork on-site that you can fill out. Printing and bringing your pre-filled paperwork or will speed up the check in process but is not required.
  • My cat is already fixed. Can I come for vaccines only?
    Catadelphia Free fix is only for cats and kittens that have not been spayed or neutered yet. Reach out to us at info@catadelphia.org for information about free or low cost vaccinations for your cat.
  • Can I bring cats that live outside to Free Fix?
    Our funding is restricted to spaying and neutering for Philadelphia pet cats only. Fortunately all cats living outside in Philadelphia can be spayed and neutered through free Trap-Neutuer-Return (TNR) programs. Please reach out to us at info@catadelphia.org for more information.
  • Who can I contact with additional questions?
    Please reach out to us at freefix@catadelphia.org.
Form

Fill out one form for each cat

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