Pet Surrender Resources

Rehome is a program that keeps pets out of shelters by allowing the pet owner to directly adopt the pet out themselves. In using this program, your pet will stay in your home while being put up for adoption and the Rehome team will help you through the process. Click the button above for more information.

Low-Cost Spay and Neuter Programs 

Providing your pets with preventative care helps to ensure that they stay happy and healthy throughout their lives. Neutering your pet prior to maturity and spaying your pet prior to her first heat cycle (both at 4-6 months old) offers the best protection against serious health issues and the establishment of negative behaviors.

Arizona Humane Society 602-997-7585
Arizona Animal Defense League (ALSO FOR FERAL CATS) 602-265-SPAY
Spay Neuter Clinic (ALSO DOES Vaccinations, Microchipping, Testing) Click here to find the location nearest you.
Altered Tails 602-943-7729 (Phoenix location) or 480-807-1200 (Mesa location)

Low-Cost Vaccinations

Services: Vaccinations, FeLV/FIV testing, Microchipping, Basic examinations. Call 1-877-VET-SHOT or click here to find the location nearest you.

Spay Neuter Clinic
Services: Vaccinations, FeLV/FIV testing, Microchipping, Basic examinations. Click here to find the location nearest you.

Low-Cost Vet Clinics and Emergency Clinics

Phoenix Animal Care Coalition provides a list of organizations that may be able to help you with veterinary expenses, if you qualify.

Veterinary Cost Assistance Programs

Need help with your veterinary bill? Accidents and illnesses can be expensive, but all pets deserve to receive the medical treatment they need to live a pain-free life. Red Rover has a program that helps with vet costs plus has a list of other programs that help with veterinary care costs if you qualify.

Banfield Foundation provides information about nonprofit organizations both locally and nationwide that offer assistance with veterinary care.

Care Credit provides financing for veterinary expenses.

What to do if you’ve found kittens

When you discover kittens outdoors, it can be tempting to scoop them up and bring them indoors. However, it is important to know that this is almost never in a kitten’s best interest.

Even if you see kittens alone, it is more than likely their mother is nearby.