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FREE spay/neuter of cats available for Kamloops residents

The BC SPCA Kamloops & District Branch currently has funding available for 400 free spay/neuters for cats from the North Shore and Brocklehurst neighbourhoods in order to start addressing cat overpopulation in the City of Kamloops.

A voucher covers the spay/neuter surgery, dewormer, a microchip and one year registration to the BC Pet Registry.

Thank you for your patience. Due to the high amount of interest and applications, we will be contacting applicants when their vouchers are ready. 

This offer only available for a limited time.

How can you take advantage of this program?

  1. Fill in the form below.
  2. You will be contacted when your voucher is ready for pick-up at the branch.  Proof of address must be provided at the time to receive the voucher. At this time, you will also be asked for a voluntary contribution of $40 which will help the program assist many more cats in need.
    BC SPCA Kamloops & District Branch
    1211 8th St,
    Kamloops, BC V2B 2Y3
  3. At your scheduled appointment time, take your cat and the voucher to the appointment for your free spay/neuter procedure.

Kamloops spay/neuter voucher application

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What if I don’t live in the two neighbourhoods identified?

Unfortunately the grant is available only to residents in the North Shore and Brocklehurst neighbourhoods. We have identified these areas based on our data collection as the areas with the most cats in need. Using the evidence based approach of targeting the area, we expect to not only help cat guardians, but also see a significant reduction in the amount of cats and kittens suffering outdoors. Therefore, we will be targeting our efforts in these areas first. As opportunity opens, we will release remaining spots to other areas within Kamloops. This grant program is the first step in addressing cat overpopulation in Kamloops and we are continuing to look for funding opportunities.