Vets for Ferals

Feral Friends' Feral Spay/Neuter Program

Participating Veterinarians

When setting up your Vet appointments, please ask the Vet of your choice about their procedures:
  • What time the cat needs to be dropped off for surgery
  • Possible Extra Charges
  • What time the cat needs to be picked up after surgery
  • Other questions you might have

Note:
All Cats MUST be in traps ... No Carriers Accepted.
All Cats will receive an ear tip ... no exceptions.

Texas West Animal Health
Dr. Veronica Flores

16367 S. FM 4
Santo, TX 76472

(940) 769-2222

Companion Animal Care Clinic
Dr. Karen Williams

11816 Classic Lane
Forney, TX 75126

(972) 564‐2806

Arlington Heights Animal Hospital
Dr. Billy Davis

1712 Montgomery Street
Fort Worth, TX 76107

(817) 735‐ 1381

After Hours Vet
Dr. Dee Shuttlesworth | Dr. Mendi Hill

19177 Preston Road, Suite 188
Dallas, TX 75252

(469) 914-0072

Guardian Pet Hospital
Dr. Angie Paben

1607 E. McKinney Street, Suite 700
Denton, TX 76109

(940) 566-5595

Millsap Veterinary Clinic
Dr. Dene Herbel

1000 White Bull Lane
Millsap, TX 76066

(940) 682-4970

Grote Veterinary Clinic
Dr. Gary Grote

819 Sante Fe Drive
Weatherford, TX 76086

(817) 594‐0216

Animal Hospital of SW Ft Worth
Dr. Michael Morris

6716 South Hulen
Ft. Worth, TX 76133

(817) 292‐8655

Elite Equine and Small Animal
Dr. Ami Traver

2101 West Hwy 199
Springtown, TX 76082

(817) 220-0222

The following are other options for feral cats.

Call or visit their websites for dates and locations.
Texas Coalition for Animal Protection (TCAP)
www.texasforthem.org
(866) 310-PETS
Spay Neuter Network (SNN) in Crandall, TX
www.spayneuternet.org
(972) 472-3500

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