About Long Beach Spay & Neuter

Operating since 1997 & formally established in 2004, LBSN is committed to reducing pet overpopulation & improving the welfare of animals in Long Beach CA.

We hold adoptions most Sundays at Pet Food Express, 5265 E. 2nd St. in Long Beach from 12pm to 3pm. Please, email us in advance to confirm. If you are interested in adopting please contact LBSN (adoptions@lbsn.org) to setup a private introduction.

See Current Pets on Petfinder

We are dedicated to reducing animal suffering due to the pet overpopulation problem. Our group of volunteers spend countless hours helping as many cats/dogs as possible. This includes rescuing, trapping, taming and of course adopting out the animals we rescue.

We are an all volunteer charity with 100% of donations going to veterinary treatment and care for homeless or abandoned animals in our community. All of our animals are fostered in the loving homes of volunteers.

Hyla Marrow

Hyla Marrow

Hyla was born in 1950 and became an accomplished gymnast and dancer, leading to a long career as a stuntwoman and actress in over 80 films. She was also a successful day-trader and a passionate cat-lover who created a Trust that since her death in 2016 has benefited over 60 organizations that help homeless cats find medical care and forever homes. Long Beach Spay and Neuter is grateful to be one of those groups and thanks the Hyla Marrow Trust for its generous support of our rescue and adoption efforts.

Adopt a Pet

Browse a selection of current and recently available pets.

Please contact us directly if you would like to set up a time to visit our adoptable cats. The majority of animals we help are rescued from the streets on Long Beach. Once in our care, they receive LBSN’s rescue package, aptly named “The Works”. They are immediately cleaned (bathed if needed), nails trimmed, ears cleaned, teeth and gums inspected, and thoroughly examined from head to toe. For many cats, this is the first time they have received any medical care. All our rescues are then vaccinated, dewormed, receive flea treatment, microchipped and spayed or neutered. They are placed in foster homes and live cage free as part of the family. This enables us to really know our rescues…(who gets along with other cats, dogs and/or kids)…so we can match adopters with a new pet that is best suited to their home and lifestyle.

Pets currently available for adoption below
Not all our rescues are listed on our website,
so please contact us directly to inquire about our weekend adoptions at adoptions@lbsn.org

Download the Cat application form and Dog application form.

Available Pets

Pets currently available through Long Beach Spay & Neuter Foundation:

Contact Long Beach Spay & Neuter Foundation

If you need information or resources regarding cats, we can help! Please fill out the form below. Your information is completely confidential. The more accurate information you provide, the faster and better we will be able to assist you and the cats.

For questions or feedback related to adoptions, please contact adoptions@lbsn.org. For questions or feedback about fundraising or development, please contact info@lbsn.org.

At the moment we are not able to take kittens but can help you getting them fixed , lend you a trap (deposit of $100 per trap), guide you on fostering and getting them adopted.

Please provide number, gender and age of cats/kittens. It is helpful with scheduling spay/neuter appointments.

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The volunteers at Long Beach Spay and Neuter are dedicated to the welfare of animals in our community. We are always in need of volunteers to trap community cats, transport to vet appointments, and foster rescued animals. We do not have a shelter, so we are limited by the animals we can take in based on foster home availability.