Fix your cat cheap!

Special help available for large colonies!

Thanks to several grants and the support of our volunteers and vets, we will help you fix your cat for $50/female, $35 per male, provided you are a feral guardian or low income client.

e-mail for details and updated clinic information.

Play the video to find out a little about the Coalition and what we do.

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Here's a great video from a Coalition client showing his barn cats happy and fixed. Thanks, Ted!

Thank you Center of the Nation Humane Society!

The generous contribution of Center of the Nation Humane Society is a targeted grant to help Belle Fouche pets. See more about this at our Donor Hall of Fame.

Over 6,000 Cats Spayed and Neutered

Since the Coalition began performing low cost and free spay/neuter in 2006, we have helped fix over 6,000 cats. See our full s/n statistics here.

Our deepest thanks to our wonderful participating vets, our generous donors, and our fantastic volunteers. They have made this all possible.

Not in our area? Use this handy low-cost spay/neuter clinic locator:

Thank you, generous granting organizations!

Thanks to grants from Petco, Alley Cat Allies, the Spearfish Community Foundation and the ASPCA, Best Friends Animal Society (Petsmart), along with other donations, the Coalition will be able to help many needy cats.

You can get help from the Coalition for a feral colony in your neighborhood. You can always e-mail us to find out the latest information.

OUR MISSION: To alleviate the animal suffering that results from pet overpopulation by providing affordable spay/neuter services to low-income pet guardians. With help from several generous funding agencies and our wonderful participating vets, qualifying Black Hills residents can fix their cats for $35 for females, $25 for males. We have programs that assist us in lowering the surgery costs even more, particularly for feral cats. E-mail us for more information.

We formed the Coalition because we want to do something about the extraordinarily high intake and euthanasia of pets in shelters throughout the Black Hills. Won't you help? Please consider being a volunteer.





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