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Questions we get asked a lot!

Where are you located?

We don't have a location yet, which is why your support is so important! Right now we are an all volunteer organization that works out of our homes. 

Are you a clinic?

Not yet, but we're working on it! Check out our Future Clinic section for more info.

Can you help me fix my pet?

Yes we can! We work with 4 affordable clinics located in other counties. Check out our Current Services section for more info. 

What if I can't afford it?

We can help you! We work hard to secure grants and donations to make spay and neuter affordable to everyone in Robertson County.

Can you help with neighborhood cats?

Yes! Check out our Current Services section for more info. 

Do you help residents outside of Robertson County?

While we can't help financially, we are happy to provide information on how to obtain affordable spay and neuter in your area. The clinics we use are listed in our Current Services section and unless otherwise noted, serve all areas. You can also visit to find clinics and programs throughout Tennessee.

Critter Fixers has been connecting Robertson County residents

to affordable spay and neuter since 2018. 

​Why Spay & Neuter?


  • Prevention saves lives!

  • No more annoying and messy heat cycles for females.

  • Reduces or eliminates spraying in male cats.

  • Less desire to roam.

  • Reduces the burden on our animal shelters. 

  • Over 900,000 (yes that is almost 1 million) pets are put to sleep in animal shelters in the United States every single year. That's over 2,500 per day!

  • There aren't enough loving homes.

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Fast Facts:

  • Kittens can reproduce as young as 4 months old!

  • Momma cats generally go into heat and are pregnant again before they even finish nursing!

  • Kittens and puppies can be fixed as young as 12 weeks!

  • Affordable clinics are often booked up months in advance. Now is the time to make your appointment!

  • The chance of developing breast cancer is virtually eliminated in females who are spayed before their first heat cycle.


Spay & Neuter
Saves Lives

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