Spaying and Neutering Community Cats in Sandwich

With the generous support of the Gordie Howe International Bridge Community Benefits Plan, the Humane Society is able to assist residents of Sandwich with spaying or neutering community cats. “Community cats” are cats who live outdoors in the community and are cared for by one or more people who feed them and who may provide some form of shelter.


This program allows residents of Sandwich (verified by identification with their postal code) to bring in community cats for spay and neuter at no charge. To qualify, residents should live within the region bordered by the Detroit River, Huron Church Road, Ojibway Parkway, and EC Row.


All of the cats who are spayed or neutered under this program will be ear tipped (to easily identify them as altered) and microchipped (to identify the location they came from and their caregiver, if applicable). A maximum of 200 surgeries will be offered under this program.


To apply, please fill out the application at the link below. Your application will be reviewed within one week and you will be notified about the status of your application.