Pet overpopulation means destroying thousands of dogs and cats each year More than 110 veterinary clinics in Georgia have generously agreed to provide spaying and neutering services at a substantially reduced cost. The end result is that pet rescuers and caretakers who need financial assistance can have their pets spayed or neutered for about half of the normal cost.
Too many puppies and kittens — not enough homes. In metro Atlanta alone, approximately 166 dogs and cats are destroyed each day at local shelters. We can only estimate the number of other homeless animals that die of starvation, disease, or on our streets.
Widespread spay/neuter can significantly reduce he number of homeless animals. This is a humane alternative to the “impound and destroy” system used by animal control agencies.
To increase the number of spayed and neutered dogs and cats in Georgia by operating a Financial Assistance Program for individuals needing help.