Affordable Care for Your Cat

The trusted, affordable source for spay/neuter surgeries for cats, as well as microchips and vaccines.

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Post-Procedure/Home Care Instructions

**All cats must be brought to clinic in a secured cat carrier.

For the cat’s safety, only one cat per carrier please. Carriers are available for purchase for $10.00.  Or you have an option of borrowing a cat carrier with a deposit of $10.00 that will be refunded once we receive the cat carrier back. Owners must pick up carrier the day before surgery.  Carriers must be returned in good condition, clean and undamaged.   


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Contact Info

1401 Ammons St, Lakewood, CO 80214


Open Hours

Open from 7am - 5pm

Sunday & Monday - Closed

Holidays - Closed

Spay/Neuter Surgeries $65-$70

Cat Spay Surgery: $70.00
Cat Neuter Surgery: $65.00

Spay and neuter is BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. 
CHECK-IN: Cat check-in is from 7:00 am -8:00 am. 

A non-refundable deposit is required at the time of scheduling ($25 for cats)

Cat Price INCLUDES: pre-surgery exam, surgery, cold-laser therapy, nail trim, and post-surgery pain medications.


Prices are subject to change. SpayToday is committed to high-quality medicine at a great value, so all pets have the opportunity to receive basic healthcare, especially spay and neuter.  

We don’t perform surgery on animals with seizures, heart murmurs, or other conditions that could affect anesthesia or healing.  Procedures on pregnant and obese animals are at doctor’s discretion. We do not perform surgery on cats over the age of eight years old.  

Vaccines & Tests

We offer limited vaccine services at the time of your pet’s surgery. We also offer vaccine or testing only appointments. We DO NOT have walk-in vaccine hours any longer due to the COVID-19 pandemic and our commitment to social distancing and keeping our staff and clients safe and healthy.

  • Rabies $18

  • Feline distemper/URI (FVRCP) $18

  • Feline Leukemia $22

  • Deworming $5

Microchip - $40
How to schedule?

All microchip services are performed  during our regular hours of operation and by appointment only.

What’s it do? Why should I do it?

A microchip can be administered at any age and does not require surgery or anesthesia.

A microchip is a small, permanent identification chip about the size of a grain of rice. When your lost pet is taken to an animal shelter or veterinary clinic, a microchip can help reunite you with your lost pet.

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Please Note

We are not a full-service veterinary clinic and do not treat sick or injured pets.

Please note, we are not a full-service veterinary clinic which means we do not treat sick or injured pets

This includes chronic diseases, infections, coughing, sneezing, vomiting, diarrhea, wounds, or other injuries and if your pet is not eating or drinking normally.

We do however specialize in spay/neuter surgeries and preventative care like vaccinations, and microchips.

What To Expect After a Spay/Neuter

After a procedure, you have our permission to give extra snuggles to your furry friend!

Your cat will be groggy the day of the procedure from the anesthesia used. Cats do not go home with pain medication because of the long-lasting injection they receive at the time of surgery and the difficulty of giving most cats oral medication at home.

If you notice any unusual swelling, behavior, or excessive pain, please contact our office.


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(303) 984-7729

Contact Us:

1401 Ammons St, Lakewood, CO 80214

[email protected]


  • Open from 7am – 5pm
  • Sunday & Monday – Closed
  • Holidays – Closed

SpayToday is a 5013-C and all donations are tax deductible.