Doors are open to the public ** 154 Satterlee St, **Fond du Lac, WI ** 54935 

Additional FAQs:

  • We facilitate a pet (cats only) spay/neuter transport to Wisconsin Community Veterinary Center (formerly the Spay Me! Clinic) in Madison once a month. 
  • Pre-registration is required, register at Critter Junction Pet Rescue in person at the rescue or by phone.
    • Note: transports are typically fully booked 10 to 14 days prior to the transport date
    • Pets are dropped off and picked up the next day, at the Rescue by the Owner.  We transport to Madison and back.
  • Appointments must be scheduled in person at the Critter Junction Pet Rescue; or with credit or debit card over the phone if you have a valid email.  There is no online scheduling available.
  • Payment must be made to the Critter Junction Pet Rescue at the time of scheduling to lock your spot.
  • Clinic transport space is limited and on a 1st come, 1st serve basis.  Spaces can NOT be reserved in advance of scheduling and prepaying for appointment.
  • Cats (male and female) are $90/each which includes the transport, spay/neuter, e-collar, and additional take-home pain medication.
  • Additional vaccinations and services are available at an additional cost to the pet owner.
    • Rabies: $20
    • FVRCP (Distemper): $20
    • Rx flea/earmite treatment: $20
    • Nail trim: $10 
  • Additional services must be paid for in advance, up to the day before the appointment drop off.
  • Outdoor, community, working and free roaming cats are $65/each which includes spay/neuter, transport, ear tip (required, not optional with outdoor package), rabies vaccination, and one (1) revolution treatment.
  • Any additional services, at time of appointment, with the Wisconsin Community Veterinary Center staff, must be paid for at time of pick up.
  • Surgical consent forms are provided to the pet owner at time of (in person) scheduling; or emailed 7 days prior to appointment if scheduled over the phone.  .
  • It is the pet owner's responsibility to complete, sign and date surgical consent forms.
  • The time and date for drop off and pickup will be provided at time of registration. 
  • It is the owner's responsibility to assure they drop off and pick up their pet on time as scheduled.
  • Pet owners will need to make a conference phone call 7:30 a.m. the morning after drop off (the day of surgery) to the Wisconsin Community Veterinary Center; phone info and instructions will be provided to the pet owner at time of drop off.
  • It is the owners responsibility to make sure the surgical consent phone call is made at the correct time as provided at the drop off.
  • If the phone call is not made, Wisconsin Community Veterinary Center will make every attempt to contact the owner based on the phone numbers and email on the surgical consent forms.
  • If no surgical consent contact is made, the pet will be returned without the spay/neuter surgery being done, and there will be NO refund.
  • There may be a delay in pick up time due to the length of surgeries, driving conditions, or other uncontrollable or unexpected circumstances.
  • If we are made aware of a substantial delay in the pick up time, we will try to contact pet owners to the best of our ability.
  • Cats do need to each be in their own (owner provided) separate hard plastic carriers provided by the owner.
  • More than one pet cannot travel in the same carrier together.
  • Hard plastic carriers must be in good working order, well maintained, safe for travel, and of reasonable size for the individual pet.
  • We do have carriers available at the rescue for cats that can be picked up in advance. 
  • There is a $20 deposit for cat carriers and the payee will get $10 back when the carrier is returned.
  • Outdoor community cats can be contained and transported in either a hard plastic carrier or in a live trap if applicable.
  • There is a $25 administrative charge for any and all cancelled and/or rescheduled appointments. 
  • Note: it is possible for a clinic to be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances such as weather and/or unsafe road conditions.
  • If a clinic is cancelled: the clinic will be rescheduled for a later date, at no additional charge to the pet owner.

‚Äč The cost of spays and neuters for owned pets, are often well above people's financial ability.

While there are multiple low cost spay/neuter options available in the State of Wisconsin, people do not always have the means, ability, or time to drive their pets across the state to utilize those low cost options. 

In the best interest of the pets, and the community, we offer another option,

and we transport owned pets(cats only) once every month,

 from our location in Fond du Lac, to Wisconsin Community Veterinary Center (formerly known as the Spay Me! Clinic) in Madison


While owners would get a lower spay/neuter price by driving their own pets to one of the low cost clinics, we do incur a lot of expenses for scheduling, maintaining, and facilitating this transport service. 

Still well below the cost of a typical spay/neuter-- those added expenses are passed on the the people who utilize the transport service.

The transport, spay/neuter, e-collar and pain medication are all included in the spay and neuter price.

Additional vaccinations are available for an additional cost. 

Pre-registration and pre-payment is required.

Spaces are limited and the schedule fills fast.

Please call (920) 933-5111 or stop in at

Critter Junction Pet Rescue, 154 Satterlee St. Fond du Lac, WI 54935

during normal open business hours for availability and to schedule your pets spay or neuter transport.

NOTE:  ALL transport appointments and additional services MUST be made at Critter Junction Pet person or over the phone with debit or credit card. 

ANY additional services MUST be made and paid for with/at Critter Junction Pet Rescue prior to transport. 

There is NO online scheduling available. In person at the Rescue or by phone only

Critter Junction Pet Rescue