Bingo’s Foundation cares about the health and wellbeing of all cats. We do everything we can to ensure that Bingo cats are safe and happy, and we want you to as well. Below are a list of resources for cat owners, including low cost veterinarian services and assistance with providing cat food to those in need.
Low Cost Spay/Neuter Resources
Obtain a certificate from this nationwide organization to obtain low cost spay/neuter at a participating local vet: $61 for males and $85 for females.
Obtain low cost spay/neuter and other veterinary care at this nonprofit clinic in Sharon Hill, PA (in Delaware County). Spay/neuter costs are $70, which includes rabies and distemper vaccines. General exams are only $25.
A program of the North Shore Animal League, Spay USA offers certificates to low-cost spay/neuter services in your area. Visit this site to view local participating clinics.
Forgotten Cats provides FREE spay/neuter services for local feral cat colonies. They will also provide assistance with trapping and releasing cats as needed, as well as training on how to manage feral colonies.
The Bridge Clinic is a local low-cost veterinary clinic run entirely by volunteers in Trevose, PA. Spay/neuter services are $75 and offered every Tuesday. Low-cost wellness appointments are also offered on Thursday afternoons and Sunday mornings.
Emmett Food Fund
The Emmett Food Fund provides free cat food to volunteers caring for local feral cat colonies. Click here for more information about this Bingo’s Foundation program.