Eastern PA Animal Alliance
Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic​epaaonline2009@gmail.com​
     Locations and check-in procedure 
New location!
Ed's Auto in Mount Pocono
196 Sterling Road​​
December 1st
All check in will be done from your car. 
​Drive to the back of the parking lot following the signs

Please have your consent form filled out prior to entering the line. 
If you don't have one let us know ​when you get to the volunteer and we will give you one to fill out. 
 

​​​​​Extended check in 8:30-10:00 am​ for all locations

​Masks or Face coverings are mandatory.  We may have some on hand if you do not have one.  
​If you disagree with this policy you are welcome to use another organization for your spay/neuter services.​

Wilkes Barre Clinic- 588 Hazle Street
Open Mondays and Open Fridays
Closed November 27th and December 25
January 1st​

As usual, one feral cat (cat that must be trapped, not in any other type of carrier) will be allowed without appointment.​
All check in will be done outside.  No one is allowed in the building. Two lines will be available(one on McLean and one on Hazle St.)
Please have your consent form filled out prior to entering the line. 
If you don't have one let us know ​when you get to the volunteer and we will give you one to fill out.  

Masks or Face coverings are mandatory. We may have some on hand if you do not have one.
​If you disagree with this policy you are welcome to use another organization for your spay/neuter services.​


Scranton- Nay Aug Park Zoo- 700 Nay Aug Road
As usual, one feral cat (cat that must be trapped not in any other type of carrier) will be allowed without appointment.​
Every Wednesday
We are ALSO open at Nay aug
November  17, December 8, 10, 15, 22 
All check in will be done from your car.  No one is allowed in the building.
There will be a one way car line​ beginning on the tree house side of the park.  Please stay in line. 
​Keep to the left as far as you can to let other traffic through.
Have your consent form available.  ​If you don't have one let us know
​when you get to the volunteer and we will give you one to fill out.  
Masks or Face coverings are mandatory. We may have some on hand if you do not have one.
​If you disagree with this policy you are welcome to use another organization for your spay/neuter services.​


Oakland Municipal Building
380 State St, Susquehanna, PA 18847​

November 19
December 3 and 17​
​Appointments for Oakland only email  Spay.Neuter.Clinic1234@gmail.com​
Masks or Face coverings are mandatory. We may have some on hand if you do not have one.
​If you disagree with this policy you are welcome to use another organization for your spay/neuter services.​


West ​Hazleton-Tractor Supply- 216 Susquehanna Blvd.
November 24(full) December 29
For Check-in:  When entering the parking lot drive forward past the fencing which will be on your right. 
​Stay in your car and form one line.  Have your consent form available.  If you don't have one let us know 
​when you get to the volunteer and we will give you one to fill out.  
​As usual, one feral cat (cat that must be trapped & not in any other type of carrier) will be allowed without appointment.​
Masks or Face coverings are mandatory. We may have some on hand if you do not have one. 
​If you disagree with this policy you are welcome to use another organization for your spay/neuter services.​ 

Click on the tabs above for more info  
​​I trapped a feral cat. Do I need an appointment?
You can bring one truly feral cat to any clinic without an appointment. 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 to trap. Also, it 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!
​if you are trapping a colony it is still one per person per colony.  Don't recruit people to bring in more than one.
​Please don't abuse this.  We want to always offer this to people who are trying to control their feral cat population.  Not for folks who don't want to wait for an appointment.​  Thanks for your cooperation.
​​Due to the pandemic we are incredibly backed up on all of our  appointments especially our dog appointments. We are unable to 
schedule your dog with our organization unless you are financially  unable to afford other resources. Even then it will be 3-4 months for an appointment.  Please consider using your full service veterinarian.