Income Qualified Services

Vaccine and Spay/Neuter Clinic services are offered to Cowlitz County residents who make no more than the following amounts:

Number of People in the Home Maximum Annual Income Maximum Monthly Income
1 $50,400 $4,200
2 $57,600 $4,800
3 $64,800 $5,400
4 $72,000 $6,000
5 $77,800 $6,483
6 $83,550 $6,962
7 $89,300 $7,441
8 $95,050 $7,920

RCW 18.92.260, HUD FY 2024 Income Limits Summary for Cowlitz County

Low-Income Vaccine Clinic

Once each month we offer a vaccine clinic at the Humane Society for low income residents of Cowlitz County.  See table at top of page for income limits to qualify.

THE NEXT LOW INCOME VACCINATION CLINIC WILL BE HELD ON

JULY 27, 2024, 11:00-2:00

No appointments necessary, first come first served.   Must be a Cowlitz County resident and attest to income qualification.

For questions, please contact the Clinic at (360) 577-0151.      Download the Vaccine Clinic Form to see options and prices.

Low-Income Spay/Neuter Clinic (Cats and Kittens only)

Spaying or neutering your pet helps control over population and may prevent or reduce medical and behavioral problems.

To schedule an appointment email schedule@cowlitzhumane.com or contact the Clinic at (360) 577-0151. 
Must be a Cowlitz County resident and attest to income qualification.

Spay (females) $75 Leukemia/FIV Test $20 Other Fees:
Neuter (males) $55 Flea, Tick, Earmite, Roundworm Treatment $20 Pregnant $20
Microchip $25 Tapeworm Treatment $20 Obese $20
Rabies Vaccine $20 Roundworm Treatment $15 Aggressive $20
FVRCP Vaccine $20 3-Day Pain Medication $25 Cryptorchid $35

Spay/Neuter Clinic Instructions:

Do not feed cat after 9:00 pm the night before.  Drop off is at 9:00 the day you are scheduled.  Come around the left side of the building to Kitty Corner as our main lobby will be closed.  Each cat must be in it’s own carrier.  You will complete paperwork.  Pickup is at 4:00.  Payment is made at that time.

Community Cat Program

In 2022, the Humane Society of Cowlitz County instituted our Community Cat Program. Community cat programs (CCPs) are an integral part of operations for animal shelters across the U.S. This humane, fiscally responsible and effective programming provides an immediate, lasting response for cats in and out of shelters, frees up valuable resources and increases adoption of cats not eligible for return.

Our funding for the CCP program ran out at the end of 2023.  We are currently seeking new long-term funding but have closed the program until that time.   As small bursts of funding come through, we will post openings as those funds allow.  For more information, please contact Kitty Korner at 360-577-0151 ext. 1.

WE CURRENTLY HAVE 150 OPENINGS FOR THE CCP PROGRAM.

 PLEASE CALL KITTY CORNER AT (360) 577-0151 TO SCHEDULE.

Traps can be rented from us a few days before your scheduled date. Open attachment for more information.

End of Life Services

Humane Society of Cowlitz County is here to support you through all the stages of your animal’s life, even the tough ones. End-of-life care for your pet brings about both difficult and emotional decisions. We provide a variety of compassionate services to help you through this process. We offer humane, pain-free, euthanasia to help end a pets suffering. We also provide private or communal cremation services. For fees, please the Front Desk at (360) 577-0151. 

 

Euthanasia Memorial Items
All sizes
Aggressive/Contagious
$70
$125
Paw Print
Decorative Circle of Life Urn
$10
$10
Euthanasia & Disposal Disposal Only
1-100 lbs
101-150 lbs
151-200 lbs
201 lbs and over
$110
$135
$155
call for price
1-100 lbs
101-150 lbs
151-200 lbs
201 lbs and over
$70
$85
$155
call for price
Euthanasia & Private Cremation, includes wood urn  Private Cremation Only
includes wood urn
1-25 lbs
26-50 lbs
51-100 lbs
101-150 lbs
151 lbs and over
$160
$190
$220
$235
$275
1-25 lbs
26-50 lbs
51-100 lbs
101-150 lbs
151 lbs and over
$105
$135
$165
$180
$210