Frequently Asked Questions:

For your convenience, our most common customer questions are answered right here.


Q. Are spay/ neuter services available to everyone?

A. Yes, RMAA services are available to everyone in need. Our mission is to stop pet overpopulation.

Q. Are the veterinarians performing the surgeries licensed?

A. Yes, all veterinarians working with RMAA are licensed in the state of New Hampshire or Maine.

Q. Will my cat receive the same quality of care in your mobile clinic as it would in a stationary clinic?

A. Yes, we have a state of the art surgery suite on our clinic and our standard of sterilization and operation is in line with any other efficient and proficient practices.

Q. Will my cat receive anesthesia?

A. Yes, we use anesthesia, which includes pain relief. We also use a reversible anesthetic so cats awake shortly after surgery, and are monitored before pick-up.

Q. Can I contact someone with after care questions?

A. Yes, we provide both written follow-up instructions along with a contact phone number for any questions or concerns.

Q. Must my cat be in a carrier?


Q. Will my cat come home the same day?

A. Yes, you will be given a pick up time when you drop your cat off. RMAA is a mobile unit and has no ability to house animals after clinic. The Fix It Wagon will leave the location at an appointed time.

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