Feral Friendly Veterinarians


Here is a list of Virginia and DC feral friendly vets. Live out of state or don’t have a feral but still need a vet? Scroll to the bottom and use the further info to find a vet near you!

Painting of cats playing doctor

Please send us info on feral-friendly vets and clinics to post to this list. A feral-friendly vet is one who believes in Trap/Neuter/Return and is willing and able to provide medical care to ferals with the same respect and compassion they would give to a family pet.



District of Columbia

Washington Humane Society

CatNiPP program  Appointments are REQUIRED. Contact Bridget Speiser 202-608-1356 x 101 or via email: bspeiser@washhumane.org

Virginia (arranged alphabetically by city)


Voices for Animals. Call 434-979-1200 or email feralcats@voicesforanimals.org to find out when their next spay/neuter clinic is. You can also reserve humane cat traps if you need them.

Painting of cat getting xrayHarrisonburg

Shenandoah Valley Spay and Neuter Clinic
910 N. Liberty Street
Harrisonburg, VA 22802


Richmond SPCA 

Roanoke/New River Valley

Angels of Assissi
415 Campbell Avenue, SW
Roanoke, VA 24016

Community Animal Hospital
5726 Alexander RD
Dublin, VA
(540) 674-1010

Mountain View Humane
Christiansburg, VA

Pulaski County Humane Society

Tipton Ridge Veterinary Medical Center
1858 Bobwhite BV
Pulaski, VA


Spotsylvania Animal Hospital
9133 Courthouse Road
Spotsylvania, VA 22553


Spay/Neuter Certificate Programs

Call 1-800-248-SPAY, Monday through Friday  9 am to 4:30 pm (Eastern Time)
Or purchase a certificate online at:  www.spayusa.org
Friends of Animals
Call 1-800-321-PETS
Or purchase a certificate online at:  www.friendsofanimals.org

(Note: we often receive reports from people who purchased spay/neuter certificates and were then unexpectedly charged for services they assumed were included in the certificate price. To make sure this does not happen to you, request a written estimate of all charges before any services are rendered.)