Pet owners and humane organizations will benefit from RCAC,
which offers economical veterinary services for dogs and cats.
Spay/neuter surgery appointments are available to low-income individuals who meet eligibility criteria and feral cat caregivers within our community. Surgeries will be scheduled by appointment only on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (excluding holidays).
Routine wellness and non-critical urgent care is available on a walk-in basis regardless of income level or geographic location. Wellness packages (including exam, vaccines and testing) for dogs and cats are also available.
"Friends of Ferals" clinics will be held once a month to address the feline overpopulation problem in our area. During the clinics, 30-40 feral cats will be spayed or neutered, as well as receive rabies and distemper vaccines, be ear-tipped and receive flea/mite/worm treatment.
|Monday:||2-7pm||Walk-in wellness and non-critical urgent care|
|Tuesday:||7:30am-5pm||Spay/neuter surgeries (by appointment only)|
|Wednesday:||7:30am-2pm||Spay/neuter surgeries (by appointment only)||3-8:30pm||Walk-in wellness and non-critical urgent care|
|Friday:||8am-2pm||Spay/neuter surgeries (by appointment only)||3-8:30pm||Walk-in wellness and non-critical urgent care|
|Saturday:||12-7:30pm||Walk-in wellness and non-critical urgent care|
Individuals may qualify to receive low-income spay/neuter services if they are a current college student or a recipient of any of the following:
In cooperation with Rochester Hope for Pets, a nonprofit organization focused on improving the quality of life for Rochester area companion animals, RCAC will rely on the generosity of reliable, dedicated, pet-loving volunteers. Volunteers will assist with tasks such as: