The unwanted pet population in all of Angelina County is exploding. Shelters are full of litters of puppies and kittens.

Most puppies and kittens are born in the spring or summer. Having this many in the winter is already pushing the Kurth Memorial Animal Shelter to capacity.

When animal control shelters are full that means they have to euthanize to make room for more. The one way to make sure this all goes away is to use the low-cost spay/neuter programs we already have in place.

Low Cost Spay Neuter Programs In Angelina County

Winnie Berry Humane Society on facebook

They are located at 1102 North John Redditt Dr. in Lufkin, Texas. If your annual income is $12,499 or less it's just $35 for a cat or dog.

The most you will pay is $55 based on your income. There will be a $10 fee if your pet does not have a current rabies vaccination.

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Wendy's Misfits Animal Rescue on facebook

They offer a low-cost spay and neuter program for female dogs and cats only. Check out their website at You can also make a donation there. Email They are a foster-based rescue.

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Dehart Veterinary Servies on K-Fox 955

You might see this name on a rolling service that shows up at the Lufkin Mall. They have a mobile, low-cost spay/neuter & vaccine clinic. Call 903-590-7722 or email or make an appointment online at their website. 

Salvation Animal Rescue on facebook

It's $25 per voucher (limit 2 per household per month). Email them at or check their website CLICK HERE. 

Angelina Animal Hospital on facebook

They have a "Tomcat Tuesdays" where male cats can be neutered on Tuesdays for just $50. Call 936-634-9412 and check their website - CLICK HERE.

No one wants to hear about the animals being euthanatized in their city or county, but the issue is real. Taking your animals to be spayed or neutered to help control the pet population is a great solution.

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