Thank you for taking the first step to ensuring a happier, healthier, safer life for you, your family and your pet.
The following three organizations/programs are designed to help you receive assistance for Spay and Neuter for your pet or pets that you are caring for.
PLEASE NOTE: Butte Humane Society also offers lower cost Spay & Neuter M-F. Please visit our Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinic page for pricing options.
Paws of Chico
Paws of Chico’s mission is to reduce the cat and dog overpopulation in the greater Chico area. They provide financial assistance to pet owners who need help with the cost of having their cat or dog spayed or neutered. They also educate our community on the importance and benefits of spaying and neutering. To get assistance from Paws of Chico click here.
PawPrints Quality Thrift Store
PawPrints Quality Thrift Store is a proud partner of Butte Humane Society as we work together to reduce pet overpopulation in our county. If you need financial assistance to get your pet spayed or neutered, call the PawPrints Thrift Boutique hotline at 530.895.1791 and leave a detailed message (your name, contact information, pet information, etc.).
Neighborhood Cat Advocates
Our mission is to advocate on behalf of Butte County’s free-roaming stray and feral cats, educate the public, and perform Trap-Neuter-Return with homeless cats. Please like and share our page with family and friends! Neighborhood Cat Advocates at 530-324-2292 for voucher options.
Why is it important to spay and/or neuter your pet?
If you’ve decided to adopt from our shelter, you may already be aware of the serious problem of animal overpopulation. There are more animals born daily than there are homes to take them in. Butte Humane Society would like to thank you for doing your part in controlling pet overpopulation in Butte County by spaying and neutering your animals.
Butte Humane Society strongly encourages spay/neuter for anyone with an unaltered pet that is allowed to roam outdoors. BHS also encourages people to help take responsibility for the stray animals in their neighborhood by having them spayed/neutered.