Please consider donating!

100% of your donation will be used

to spay or neuter pets of those who cannot afford the cost of surgery

or to sterilize homeless cats.

On behalf of all the animals,

thank you!

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The RI Community Spay/Neuter Clinic is proudly owned and operated by the Ocean State Animal Coalition

RI Community Spay/Neuter Clinic,  LLC      235 Elm Street,  Warwick,  RI  02888   •


The Rhode Island Community Spay/Neuter Clinic, which is owned by the Ocean State Animal Coalition, is committed to ending companion animal and feral cat overpopulation by providing high quality, subsidized spay and neuter services.

The clinic uses only the highest standards to ensure the safety and comfort of your pet during his or her stay with us.

Our vision is to end the need to euthanize healthy, adoptable dogs and cats by reducing the number of dogs and cats that enter the State’s shelters.  It is our belief that through prevention (spay and neuter) and public education, we can save lives. To learn more about our work and the Ocean State Animal Coalition, please click here.


“No other disease or condition of companion animals takes as many lives as euthanasia. In fact, no other disease comes close”

Janet M. Scarlett, DVM, PH.D.
Cornell University

Please contact our

Clinic Director

for more


Pamela Knoecklein




Please help us distribute our flyers to expand our client base to include cats and dogs throughout Rhode Island!  

Ways to distribute:

Download PDF here.

Stephanie Kellerman is a 14 year old girl scout working on her Silver award, and part of her project is to create awareness for the need of spaying and neutering pet animals, as well as feral cats and stray dogs to offer some relief to the problem of runaway animal breeding/over-population and to make the animals more attractive for adoption. This video is a part of her overall project.

To view video,  please click here.