Montana Spay Neuter Task Force

PO Box 294

Butte, MT 59703



End pet overpopulation and animal neglect by reducing the number of unwanted animals by offering spay/neuter support so people may continue to care for their pets.



Since 1996, Montana Spay Neuter Task Force has provided spay/neuter care for dogs and cats throughout Montana, specifically helping people who could not afford surgery or even to keep their pets otherwise. It is especially important to offer support now, when the economy is so challenging. Shelters are full and this is how we help lower pet overpopulation.


How we help:

Montana Spay Neuter Task Force continues to offer spay/neuter aid to individuals and community groups through a certificate program or by direct pay to veterinarians at reduced rates. In 2023, Montana Spay Neuter Task Force paid costs associated with over 1,200 cats and dogs.



Montana Spay Neuter Task Force is a 501(c)(3) organization, EIN#36-3957457, run by a small, dedicated group of all volunteers.


Ways to Give Include the Following:


Montana License Plate Program:

Send Checks to: PO Box 294, Butte MT 59703

Payroll Deduction: via Montana Shares



Note Regarding Feral Cats: Montana Spay Neuter Task Force has a long history of working to sterilize and seek care for feral cats. However, due several factors including limited funds, scarce volunteers and concerns regarding the continuing care for large feral colonies, humane living conditions, and the ability to adopt out individual cats following sterilization assistance for feral cat sterilization is limited. A 501(c)(3) organization may apply for a grant for up to $500 per quarter. For a grant application, please email