Spay and Neuter Shelter Animals
All adopted cats and dogs are spayed (female pets) or neutered (male pets) before going to their new home.
Spaying or neutering a pet helps control the pet homelessness crisis which results in millions of healthy dogs and cats going to shelters in hopes of finding a home. There are also medical and behavioral benefits to spaying and neutering animals. Spaying or neutering a cat or dog greatly reduces or eliminates the probability of developing mammary, testicular, and pancreatic cancers, and increases pet lifespans of cats by up to 39% and dogs up to 23%.
Contributions will help defray the veterinary costs and assure that we can continue to offer low-cost adoption fees and, in some cases, free adoptions. Your contribution helps these animals find homes and live longer lives.