If you are feeding outdoor cats (stray or feral) in Marion County, you are required by city ordinance to get them fixed.
This service fee helps cover a portion of the cost to provide unowned cats with:
FACE is a nonprofit provider. We rely on service fees and donations to keep our community cat program operating. Financial assistance may be available based on current funding levels. TNR, or trap-neuter-return, is the most humane method of controlling feral and free roaming cat populations.
To learn more about our community cat program, please review our program service guide.
If you are in need of financial assistance for spay/neuter of an unowned cat, please complete this form and bring the related documentation with you at time of drop-off.
In a hurry? Print and complete our community cat patient questionnaire before you arrive.
FACE offers limited veterinary services beyond spay/neuter for fixed unowned cats during normal clinic hours. Special pricing is made possible by donor support. We invite you to give a donation to our community cat program through the Ron and Linda Chinn Community Cat Fund. All donations to this fund are directed to meeting the goals of this program.
Questions? Email us or call (317) 638-3223 ext. 113.