Please click on link for  MAP which includes EXPANDED Portsmouth target areas- Cradock, Brighton, Prentis Park, Shea Terrace & Port Norfolk: 

     Portsmouth Pet Project Map

One of Animal Resources of Tidewater’s (ART) goals is to end unnecessary killing of healthy and treatable animals in our shelters. Spaying/neutering is one of several important programs needed to lower shelter intake and save lives. SpayHR was founded by ART to go into low income neighborhoods (Norfolk 2011-2013; Cradock, Brighton, Prentis Park, Shea Terrace & Port Norfolk neighborhoods, Portsmouth 2016)  and offer free or discounted spay neuter to those who need it. SpayHR also endorses Trap-Neuter-and-Return (TNR) as an effective, compassionate measure to humanely reduce the number of community cats.

The mobile clinic on June 11, 2016 will be in the parking lot of Save-A-Lot at 3816 George Washington Highway, Portsmouth VA 23702.  Look for the Neuter Scooter near the George Washington & Greenwood (near side) bus station at the front of the parking lot.  View Location


How can you help SpayHR?

Tell your friends, family, and neighbors about the benefits and low cost of spaying and neutering pets! Help us get the word out by passing out informational materials or by donating to our general fund.

In 2016, Animal Resources of Tidewater’s spay/neuter program, SpayHR,  will provide services/funding for the Portsmouth Pet Project. If you do NOT live in Cradock, Brighton, Prentis Park, Shea Terrace or Port Norfolk areas in Portsmouth please contact one of the low cost quality spay/neuter service providers in our Hampton Roads areaLow Cost Spay/Neuter Clinics

Thank you to our partner organization for the 2016 Portsmouth Pet Project!
PetSmart Charities®

Please click on link for target neighborhoods:  Portsmouth Pet Project Map


Complete this online form if you live in or around the Prentis Park neighborhood of Portsmouth and you need financial assistance getting your cat, dog, or an outdoor free-roaming cat spayed/neutered. Spay/Neuter Assistance Application

If you want to help free-roaming cats in Norfolk, contact the Norfolk SPCA at 757-622-3319, x130, or e-mail