Eastern PA Animal Alliance
Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic​epaaonline2009@gmail.com​
   Locations and check-in procedure
The dates listed are for people who are trapping feral cats.

Pets and friendly strays must have an  appointment.  
​Click on the link below and follow the drop down prompts.
https://clinichq.com/online/d6a555b6-3b47-419a-951c-3960173ccf1f
Appointments are released in the morning up to 2 months ahead and go quickly.​

Check in is 8:30-10:00 am​ for all locations.

​Ed's Auto- Mt Pocono
206 Sterling Rd, Mount Pocono, PA 18344

Tuesday, April 2nd

​All check in will be done from your car.  ​Drive to the back of the parking lot behind the main building.   Form one line.
You can bring one truly feral cat to any clinic without an appointment to any of our clinics.​​​ If you are trapping in a colony, only one cat per colony per day. A feral cat is a wild cat that cannot be touched and must be trapped*​ It does not live in a house with humans. We allow this because feral cats are unpredictable, and this prevents keeping a trap cat confined the least amount of time. If you can put a cat in a carrier or in the trap, you need an appointment. Do not try to transfer a feral cat to another carrier. It is dangerous for you and the cat!
​ Don't trap until you look at the schedule and make sure there is a clinic.
*​Do not use small traps (squirrel, chipmunk etc.) as the cat must be able to turn around and get away from its waste.
More info on the appointments tab.​
​Masks or Face coverings are mandatory if not fully vaccinated.  

​Wilkes Barre Clinic- 588 Hazle Street
Open Mondays and Open Fridays
Closed February 19th and 23rd​​.
​You can bring one truly feral cat to any clinic without an appointment to any of our clinics.​​​ If you are trapping in a colony, only one cat per colony per day. A feral cat is a wild cat that cannot be touched and must be trapped*​ It does not live in a house with humans. We allow this because feral cats are unpredictable, and this prevents keeping a trap cat confined the least amount of time. If you can put a cat in a carrier or in the trap, you need an appointment. Do not try to transfer a feral cat to another carrier. It is dangerous for you and the cat!
Don't trap until you look at the schedule and make sure there is a clinic.

*​Do not use small traps (squirrel, chipmunk etc.) as the cat must be able to turn around and get away from its waste.

​All check in will be done outside. No one is allowed in the building.

The dates listed are for people who TNR. Everyone else will need an appointment.
Click on the link below and follow the drop-down prompts for an appointment.
Appointments are released every morning up to 2 months ahead and go quickly.​

Scranton- Nay Aug Park Old Zoo- 700 Nay Aug Road

DO NOT CALL St Cats.  They cannot schedule you.  They are our host & not part of our organization.

Open dates

February 27, 28​
All clinics are closed February 19-23rd​
March 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 ​

Check -in is inside the building.   Park past the building in the lot on the right.​
Do not park on the road! (You will get a ticket and we could lose our privileges to use the building)

You can bring one truly feral cat to any clinic without an appointment to any of our clinics.​​​ If you are trapping in a colony, only one cat per colony per day.  A feral cat is a wild cat that cannot be touched and must be trapped. *​   It does not live in a house with humans. We allow this because feral cats are unpredictable, and this prevents keeping a trap cat confined the least amount of time. If you can put a cat in a carrier or in the trap, you need an appointment. Do not try to transfer a feral cat to another carrier. It is dangerous for you and the cat!
​ Don't trap until you look at the schedule and make sure there is a clinic.
More info on the appointments tab.​
*​Do not use small traps (squirrel, chipmunk etc.) as the cat must be able to turn around and get away from its waste.




​​ Oakland Municipal Building
Susquehanna county
Tuesday, April 9th

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​To make an appointment email
​spay.neuter.clinic1234@gmail.com

No feral cat walk-ins at this location​
 
Click on the tabs above for more info  
Making appointments​​​-Pet cats/friendly strays
Click on Appointments tab  (see above)


​​I trapped a feral cat. Do I need an appointment?
You can bring one truly feral cat to any clinic without an appointment to any of our clinics .​​​ If you are trapping in a colony, only one cat per colony per day.  A feral cat is a wild cat that can not be touched and must be trapped*​   It does not live in a house with humans. We allow this because feral cats are unpredictable and this prevents keeping a trap cat confined the least amount of time. If you can put a cat in a carrier or in the trap, you need an appointment. Do not try to transfer a feral cat to another carrier. It is dangerous for you and the cat!  Don't trap until you look at the schedule and make sure there is a clinic.
More info on the appointments tab.​
*​
Do not use small traps (squirrel, chipmunk etc.)  as the cat must be able to turn around and get away from its waste.

​Please don't abuse this privilege or try to guilt us into "just taking one more" or you will be turned away.
Watch this box for weather related
​late starts and closures.
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All clinics are closed February 19-23rd​