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Rascal Unit Clinics

The Rascal Unit consists of two mobile veterinary hospitals based in Dublin, Ohio. The clinic travels throughout the state with the help of local humane organizations, pounds, and shelters to bring affordable pet sterilization and routine veterinary care to individuals in need. The mobile RASCAL unit provides low-cost spaying, neutering and vaccination services.   Participants must pre-register and prepay in full (check or cash) to hold a spot.  Clinics accommodate ninety feline surgeries. Once a clinic is full registration begins for the following clinic.  Please note there is a $2 administration fee per animal in addition to the RASCAL Clinic prices.

To insure that your cats lead happier and healthier lives please do them a great service and get them spayed and neutered. Prevent more cats from coming into a world where there are not enough homes to go around. It is easy and inexpensive.

TNR of Warren has contracted with The Rascal Unit to bring affordable spaying and neutering for cats to the Mahoning Valley. The clinic is for cats only. The clinic visits Warren, Ohio every six weeks and stays for 2 days over a Saturday and Sunday. The clinic is held at Pets are People Too 137 North St NW  Corner of North Park Ave and North St NW in Warren Oh. The clinic will spay and neuter 110 cats during each visit.


The mobile spay neuter clinic appointments must be pre-registered and pre-paid.

Print your 2 page registration form and instruction sheet here.

The clinic hosted by TNR of Warren has two levels of payment.

Low-income prices are $47 for male or female include Rabies shot (must show proof of low income)

Criteria for Eligibility for low-income pricing:

  1. Section 8 housing voucher
  2. Schedule letter from Ohio Works First
  3. Ohio Medicaid card 
  4. Letter from Veteran Benefits Administration acknowledging service-related disability
  5. Ohio Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) Card, also called the Direction Card, for supplemental nutrition assistance program, SNAP (previously referred to as “food stamps”)
  6. WIC card (Women Infants and Children nutrition program)
  7. Benefit letter documenting Supplemental Security Income
  8. Benefit letter documenting assistance from Social Security Disability
  9. Certificate of adoption showing that the animal was adopted from a licensed animal shelter or pound.
  10. Certificate of adoption showing that the animal was adopted from a nonprofit corporation.
  11. Tax return showing owner’s family income does not exceed 150% of the federal poverty guideline.




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TNR of Warren is operated solely by fundraisers and donations. Please help us help the animals by donating today.  Send your donation to 
PO Box 2477
Warren OH  44484.