No Kill Louisville

We work with Louisville Metro Government, rescue organizations, and pet 
owners to improve animal welfare & prevent unnecessary shelter killing.

Spay & Neuter Clinics

Low-cost and high-volume spay/neuter services are a crucial component of No Kill success. This service immediately leads to fewer puppies and kittens entering the shelter system and allows more resources to be allocated to lifesaving. The following programs provide low-cost spay/neuter services. Need help finding a clinic near you? Click here to search the ASPCA's national database of low-cost spay/neuter clinics. Click here for a list of clinics and assistance programs throughout Kentucky.  

NKL Funded Spay & Neuter Programs

We are grateful to the businesses in Greater Louisville that host donation canisters to support our spay/neuter efforts! To view a list of these local businesses, please click here.

S.N.I.P Clinic (Kentucky Humane Society)

Since 2007, Kentucky Humane Society's S.N.I.P. Clinic (Spay Neuter Incentive Program) has spayed & neutered over 25,000 dogs and cats. They provide low-cost, high volume spay/neuter services 4 days a week.


$74-Female Dog

$52-Male Dog

$52-Female Cat

$42-Male Cat

Feral Cats--please call to inquire about pricing and assistance

To view prices for vaccinations or other services, click on the above link.

Call (502) 636-3491 for more information and to schedule an appointment. **You do not need an appointment for a feral cat.

Mary Gaylord McClean Clinic (Shelby County Humane Society)

The Mary Gaylord McClean Clinic is located in Shelbyville, KY but accepts pets from ALL counties! This is a new clinic, opened in July 2010.


  • $75 female dog spay (additional $20 for pets over 60 pounds)
  • $65 male dog neuter (additional $20 for pets over 60 pounds)
  • $45 female cat spay
  • $25 male cat neuter
  • Click here to view fee schedule for vaccinations and other services
The Mary Gaylord McClean Clinic is currently only open on Tuesdays. Appointments are required for spay/neuter surgeries, but walk-ins are welcome for vaccinations every Tuesday from 11am-3pm. 
Call (502) 633-4033 for more information and to schedule an appointment. Or, e-mail

Alley Cat Advocates

Alley Cat Advocates provides spay/neuter assistance to feral/unowned cats in Louisville. This organization has spayed/neutered over 17,000 cats over the last 10 years. Their services are highly sought after, and they have a significant waiting list. 

Alley Cat Advocates offers two options (click each link below for more information):

For more information, call Alley Cat Advocate's hotline at (502) 634-8777. 

Humane Society of Oldham County

Humane Society of Oldham County (HSOC) holds monthly clinics to assist local residents who cannot afford regular veterinary care.


  • $58 female cat spay
  • $48 male cat neuter
  • $68 female dog spay
  • $58 male dog neuter
  • For dogs 45-55 pounds, add $10, 55-75 pounds, add $20
  • Vaccinations are included in pricing
If bringing in multiple animals (such as bunches of barn or colony cats), HSOC will work with owners on pricing. They also have some grant funds available to owners who might need a discount on the pricing.
For dates and times, check out their website at or call (502) 222-7537. Pre-registration is required and can also be done by calling (502) 222-7537.