Low-Cost Veterinary Care
The following below are resources for them to obtain
basic vaccinations, spay/neuter services, as well as TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) programs for feral and
The two most highly recommended places for low cost vet care is Pet Resource Center of Kansas City (PRCKC) and THE HUMANE SOCIETY OF GREATER KANSAS CITY (HSGKC).
Pet Resource Center of Kansas City
1116 E. 59th Street
Kansas City, MO 64110
PRCKC offers a variety of affordable wellness services for your pet at their Wellness Care Clinics.
No appointment is necessary and their friendly staff will assist you in determining all services recommended for your pet.
• Low cost vaccinations
• Heartworm testing
• Heartworm and flea prevention
• KCMO pet licensing
• Special kitten and puppy packages
• FIV/FeLV testing
• Flea/Tick preventative
PRCKC offers TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) services for free roaming cats.
HUMANE SOCIETY OF GREATER KANSAS CITY
5445 Parallel Parkway
Kansas City, Kansas 66104
At THE HUMANE SOCIETY OF GREATER KC clients are able to receive preventive health care for their
pets including exams, vaccinations and tests for heartworm disease, feline leukemia and feline
immunosuppressive virus. They provide basic care for things such as small wounds and flea allergies. They
can also provide services such as x-rays, teeth cleaning, extensive lab work, spaying/neutering and other
surgeries. They sell heartworm prevention medication for dogs, flea and tick prevention, and other basic pet
care products. They also have an online pharmacy.
They require that any adult pet using their clinic services be spayed/neutered. Most puppies and kittens can
be spayed or neutered starting at 4 months of age. They do not offer our veterinary services to breeders.
• Office call/exam
• Rabies vaccine
• Canine distemper
• Heartworm test
• Feline distemper
• Feline leukemia vaccine
• Feline leukemia & FIV combo test
• Toe nail trim
THE HUMANE SOCIETY OF GREATER KC offers spay/neuter surgeries Monday through Saturday, by
appointment only. They do not screen clients based on financial need -- anyone may use their services.
Spaying or neutering your pet is extremely important for your pet's health and to save the lives of other pets
needing homes, therefore they want to make it affordable for everyone.
To make an appointment or for more information, call 913-596-1000.
Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is a program through which free-roaming feral cats (community cats) are
humanely trapped, transported to a veterinarian where they are sterilized, rabies vaccinated, left ear-tipped
and returned to the outdoor locations where they were found. The ear-tipping of a cat is the universal sign
of an altered community cat. This is the most humane, effective, and financially sustainable strategy for
controlling free-roaming cat populations and the only proven humane and effective method to manage
community cat colonies.
Once TNR is in place, the cats will no longer reproduce; the population will stabilize and eventually decline.
TNR programs stop reproduction and therefore mating behaviors such as fighting, roaming, spraying,
yowling or fighting stops. This helps the cats become better neighbors to everyone. The cats are rabies
vaccinated and are less susceptible to infectious diseases. This will help improve the overall health of the
cats. This is a win, win for us all. For more information on TNR please contact the Pet Resource Center.