Spaying or neutering is one of the greatest gifts you can provide your pet, your family, and your community. These routine medical procedures not only help control pet overpopulation, but they may also prevent medical and behavioral problems from developing, allowing your pet to lead a longer, healthier, and happier life.
The LifeLine Spay & Neuter Clinics are low-cost, high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter clinics serving metro Atlanta since 2005. Performing more than 125,000 spay and neuter procedures, the LifeLine Spay & Neuter Clinics are vital to reducing the number of unwanted pets entering Atlanta area shelters.
3180 Presidential Drive
2533 Sullivan Road
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Spay/Neuter Surgery Days & Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday, 8:00am - 6:00pm
All animals must be dropped off between 8am and 9am on the day of appointment.
All feral cats may be dropped off without appointment (2 cat limit) between 8am and 9am.
For the safety of the cats and staff, all feral cats must be in individual humane traps. If you do not have a trap, you may borrow one from a clinic or bring the cat in a hard carrier.
We close promptly at 5:00pm. Pick up is between 4:30pm and 4:45pm. There is a $25 late fee for pick ups after 4:50pm.
All animals receive 24-hour pain medication at no charge.
* Additional charges may apply for animals who are pregnant, cryptorchid, or needing hernia repair. Rescue groups licensed by the Georgia Department of Agriculture are given a $5 discount on all surgical procedures.
** Vaccinations and other services are only offered to surgical patients at the time of surgery. The clinics do not offer vaccinations or other services to animals not being spayed or neutered, except at our Pet Wellness Days held monthly at each location.
***All feral cats will receive an ear-tip. Feral cat surgery fee includes a rabies vaccination and an FVRCCP vaccine. Pricing is for individuals not affiliated with any organization. Rescue groups and other 501(c)(3) organizations should call for group pricing. If you are bringing in a feral cat or community cat, they need to be in a trap or wire transfer cage if at all possible. This is very important to the safe handling of the cats. If you don't have access to a cage or trap we may be able to provide you with a loaner.