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Lost Tully Is Home!!!!!

Allison Serafin's photo.

Allison Serafin to Lost Dogs of Las Vegas


Jonathan and Sara just called and Tully is in the car and headed home.

She was spotted by a kind woman in Mesa Park who called Jonathan and Tully somehow ended up close enough to be captured.

We are beside ourselves with gratitude for the incredible team of volunteers who have rallied to help us lead Tully home.

What a day!
What a blessing!

Prayers Up! Paws Up! Tully is home!


Holiday Helping Hearts For Animal Rescue

Animal Rescue Groups work hard all year to help animals in our community.

The Holiday season is a great time to help Animal Rescue Groups.  It can be a wonderful gift to donate in someone’s name for a present.

Your donation will help Animal Rescue Organizations with Veterinary Bills, Boarding Costs, Food, Blankets, Toys, & other operating expenses.

Animal Rescue groups can only help animals when they receive donations and support.

Please “Like” and “Share” this on facebook Holiday Helping Hearts For Animal Rescue.

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If you have any problems with the direct donation link please click on the Animal Rescue Website Link.

Animal Rescue Website Direct Donation Link
All Fur Love Animal Society CLICK HERE TO DONATE
Cocker Recovery Foundation CLICK HERE TO DONATE
Doberman Rescue of Nevada CLICK HERE TO DONATE
Golden Retriever Rescue SN CLICK HERE TO DONATE
Homeward Bound Cat Adoption CLICK HERE TO DONATE
Las Vegas Basset Hound Rescue CLICK HERE TO DONATE
Las Vegas Dachshund Rescue CLICK HERE TO DONATE
P.A.W.S Providing Animals w/ Support CLICK HERE TO DONATE
Pei People (Shar Pei Rescue) CLICK HERE TO DONATE
Second Chance Animal Rescue CLICK HERE TO DONATE
Senior Springer Spaniel CLICK HERE TO DONATE
St. Bernard Foundation CLICK HERE TO DONATE





Our Mission is to offer safe and responsible services and programs to preserve the life, health, and welfare of animals.

Company Overview

A non-profit registered 501(c)3 organization.


Pet Awareness & Welfare Services (PAWS) is a non-profit organization located in Las Vegas, NV.  We help pet owners and other non-profit organizations in need of financial support get necessary and affordable services for their pets.

Basic Info
Founded April 23, 2009

Location 848 N. Rainbow Blvd. #2922, 89107

Contact Info

Phone 7026660100






There are many charities and organizations that have been created to help pet owners when veterinary care becomes a financial burden or when they are unable to care for their pet. Please contact the organizations below if they fit your current situation.


RedRover Relief provides financial assistance grants and additional resources so pet owners and rescuers can care for animals who need urgent veterinary care. Visit for eligibility requirements and application. RedRover also offers financial assistance for victims of domestic violence and their pets. To learn more about this program, visit


The Pet Fund is a registered 501(c) 3 nonprofit association that provides financial assistance to owners of domestic animals who need veterinary care. Often animals are put down or suffer needlessly because their owners cannot afford expensive surgery or medical treatment. Companion animal owners must often make the difficult decision to put an animal down or neglect medical needs because of the costs involved.


“Helping people help pets”.  To better the lives of sick, injured and abused companion animals. We are dedicated to insure that no companion animal has to be euthanized simply because their caretaker is financially challenged.

Provides financial aid for life threatening emergencies.


From GE Credit, CareCredit is a personal line of credit that offers special financing and low monthly payment options, no up-front costs and no pre-payment penalties so you can keep your pet happy and healthy.



BLESSED BONDS began in March of 2004 and merged with A.D.O.P.T. Pet Shelter in November of 2010. We have helped more than 900 pets of families experiencing a temporary crisis.

BLESSED BONDS is dedicated to preserving the human-animal companion bond and promoting its value.  We believe in keeping people and pets together.  Our vision is to keep pets out of the animal welfare system and in homes where they belong.

One of the top ten reasons people give up their pets is because of personal problems/medical crisis; for example, someone going into a hospital for 2 weeks or losing their home to foreclosure. This is where Blessed Bonds comes in. We offer temporary assistance to those who want to keep their animal companions but are having difficulties that interfere with their ability to meet their pets’ daily needs. If you require assistance, please contact us at (630) 355-2299 or



Pet Food Corner –  The mission of the Pet Food Corner is to assist unemployed and underemployed families who have trouble feeding and caring for their beloved pets. Pet Supply distribution occurs on Wednesday mornings from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. C.A.R.E. and other local organizations support this area of the pantry with food and supply donations!
3801 North Keeler Avenue
Chicago, IL 60641
Phone: 773-283-6296 or toll-free: 800-521-7560
Fax: 773-283-5945


CAFé is a pet food assistance program for low income pet owners. Food pantry participants may pick up food at the shelter at any time during regular business hours as well as on the last Friday of every month, from 1-2 p.m., at the Howard Area Community Center, 7648 N. Paulina, Chicago. Participants must be willing to get their animals altered in order to be eligible for pet food assistance.
2410 W Lunt Ave
Chicago, IL


The PAWS Chicago Pet Food Bank provides emergency assistance to families facing unemployment, foreclosure, or other financial crises, thus enabling them to keep their pets. We provide pet food and pet supplies, such as cat litter, leashes, collars, cat carriers, and litter boxes until the family is able to provide these necessities on their own. In addition, owners can receive a voucher for free spay/neuter surgeries for their pet.


Financial Aid for Pets (BEST FRIENDS WEBSITE)

Following is a comprehensive list of resources that offer financial assistance for pet guardians who are struggling, as well as senior citizens, people with disabilities and people who are seriously ill.

If your pet needs medical care that you cannot afford, here are listings of state-specific programs that may be able to help you.
Alaska | Arizona | Arkansas | California: Los Angeles area | California: Other areas | Colorado | Connecticut |Georgia | Idaho | Illinois | Iowa | Massachusetts | Michigan | New Jersey | New York | Oregon | Pennsylvania |Rhode Island | Tennessee | Texas | Utah | Virginia | Washington | Washington, D.C. | Wisconsin

Breed-specific resources
Cats | Dogs

Disease-specific resources for cats

Disease-specific resources for dogs
Cancer | Lymphoma

Resources for those with assistance dogs

Resources for animal welfare groups

Resources for animals of senior citizens, people with disabilities, people who are seriously ill
California | Florida | Georgia | Illinois | Michigan | New Jersey | New York | Virginia | Washington | Washington, D.C.

Other possible sources of financial assistance

Pet medical care can be expensive. If your animal needs a medical procedure that you can’t afford, there are organizations that may be able to help. Some tips and limitations:

  • Be aware that few, if any, organizations will pay for ongoing medication that pets will need for extended periods of time.
  • It is unlikely that any one organization or program will pay for expensive procedures in their entirety. So, be sure to contact as many sources as possible. The grants may be very small, but they can add up if you get help from a number of sources.
  • Try negotiating with your veterinary clinic for a better price or the ability to finance the cost of care over time. Also, consider getting price comparisons from other providers. CareCredit provides financing for veterinary care; check their website to see if you qualify.
  • If possible, contact any possible sources of financial aid before procedures are done. Few sources are willing to pay bills for care that has already been provided.
  • Most organizations take applications only through email or web forms on the Internet. If you aren ‘t computer-savvy, find a friend, relative or neighbor to help you.
  • The inclusion of services, organizations or programs listed here is NOT an endorsement or recommendation. We cannot vouch for these programs, and you should check them out yourself before asking for their aid.

If your pet needs medical help you cannot afford

  • In Memory of Magic is dedicated to ensuring that no companion animal has to be euthanized simply because his or her caretaker is financially challenged. The request must be made before the animal is treated.
  • RedRover (formerly United Animal Nations) works to bring animals from crisis to care and to strengthen the bond between people and animals.
  • The Pet Fund provides financial assistance to owners of domestic animals who need vet care. They also provide information about preventive care, pet insurance programs, and financial services to help prevent future emergencies. Note: All applicants are required to contact the Pet Fund by phone at (916) 443-6007 before applying for funding. Emergency funding is not available. The Pet Fund has a waiting list for those needing non-basic, non-emergency care. There are links for other funding organizations on Pet Fund’s website.

Listings of state-specific programs



  • Animal Aid Network’s SAVE fund provides assistance for medical emergencies in the Valley Verde area. People are required to sign a contract stating they will pay back the money so that treatment for other animals can be funded. Funds must be approved prior to treatment.
  • Cause Four Paws works to help southern Arizona pet owners when their pets are injured or acutely ill. The pet owner is asked to pay 20% of all fees and provide 20 hours of community service for a local Cause Four Paws charity partner. Call (520) 795-9951.


California: Los Angeles area

  • Actors and Others for Animals is a Southern California community-based organization serving the greater Los Angeles area. Among other services, the organization provides financial assistance for emergency medical procedures for those of limited income. Call (818) 755-6045.
  • Four Legged Friends Foundation’s Sunny Day Fund provides veterinary assistance for low-income people in Los Angeles.
  • Mercy Crusade in Oxnard offers low-cost veterinary exams. Call (818) 597-2926.
  • Holiday Humane Society is a private hospital that offers some of the lowest-cost services in Los Angeles. They cover basic procedures only. Call (818) 765-8196.
  • Pet Orphans offers a program for individual rescuers that helps primarily with spay/neuter, vaccinations and adoption events. They also have a Good Samaritan Fund to assist with medical emergencies, as funds are available.
  • The Sam Simon Foundation provides low-cost or free non-orthopedic surgeries to low-income residents of Los Angeles.
  • Voice for the Animals Foundation Helping Friends Program helps seniors and people with disabilities, terminal illnesses or fixed incomes to take care of their pets.

California: Other areas

  • Orange County: Animal Assistance League of Orange County has a referral program for vet care, vaccines and low-cost spay/neuter services. Call their 24-hour phone line at (714) 891-PETS (7387).
  • Orange County: The Orange County SPCA’s Pet Rescue Fund provides financial assistance for homeless and rescued animals, as well as pets of low-income residents of Orange County. Call (714) 374-7738.
  • Orange County: Rescuing Unwanted Furry Friends (RUFF) helps injured and ill pets in Orange County and provides medical assistance for pet owners and rescuers of stray or abandoned pets.
  • San Francisco: Pets Are Wonderful Support (PAWS) provides assistance for pets of seniors and people with HIV/AIDS and other disabling illnesses.


  • Denver area: PetAid Animal Hospital offers veterinary services to individuals, over 60 rescue and shelter groups, and nonprofit organizations that are in need of veterinary care for service animals or therapy animals.
  • Boulder Valley: The Humane Society of the Boulder Valley’s CARE program provides medical care and spay/neuter surgeries at a discount to low-income clients. Call (303) 442-4030, ext 680.
  • Colorado Springs: Harley’s Hope Foundation provides financial assistance with major/emergency/specialty veterinary care, financial assistance with behavioral training, short-term for care for animals living with temporarily incapacitated pet parents, and other services.





  • Chicago: The Anti-Cruelty Society provides veterinary services to low-income pet owners in the Chicago area.
  • The Brown Dog Foundation provides financial assistance to low-income residents of Illinois, Iowa and Tennessee to help offset the cost of veterinary emergencies and treatment of chronic conditions.


  • The Brown Dog Foundation provides financial assistance to low-income residents of Illinois, Iowa and Tennessee to help offset the cost of veterinary emergencies and treatment of chronic conditions.



  • The Michigan Humane Society operates three clinics and provides services to residents of Detroit, Rochester Hills and Westland.

New Jersey

New York

  • NY SAVE, Inc. serves the pets of New York City residents living in Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens and Staten Island by providing funds to low-income pet owners whose pets need emergency veterinary care.
  • Monroe, Livingston, Genesee, Wyoming, Erie, Niagara and Orleans counties: All 4 Pets West New Yorkprovides one-time grants to pay for medical care for pets whose caring, responsible owners are not able to pay due to low income, personal crisis or disaster.


  • Portland: The Velvet Financial Assistance Fund, a program of Dove Lewis Emergency Animal Hospital, provides emergency vet care for low-income pet owners. Applicants must first apply for and use funds through CareCredit. The maximum amount is $750 per applicant.
  • Lane County: Pro-Bone-O is a nonprofit organization that provides free veterinary services for the pets of people who are homeless or living in distressed conditions.


Rhode Island

  • Volunteer Services for Animals (VSA) is an organization of volunteers dedicated to animal well-being and the promotion of the human-animal bond through programs of education, advocacy and assistance. VSA provides financial assistance to pet owners for veterinary care. Call (401) 273-0358.
  • RIVMA’s Companion Animal Foundation provides financial assistance to help cover the cost of veterinary care. Their website also features a list of agencies in Rhode Island that offer financial assistance to pet owners in need.


  • The Brown Dog Foundation provides financial assistance to low-income residents of Illinois, Iowa and Tennessee to help offset the cost of veterinary emergencies and treatment of chronic conditions.


  • Capper and Chris Save the Animals Fund, a program managed through Texas A&M School of Veterinary Medicine, may contribute up to 50% of the total cost of medical care, with a maximum of $1,000 per case. The animal must have a treatable disease or injury.


  • Salt Lake County and surrounding area: Pet Samaritan Fund provides financial assistance to individuals unable to afford medical care for their pets.


  • The Animal Welfare League of Arlington’s Veterinary Assistance Program makes small, no-interest loans to low-income pet owners who need emergency vet care for their pets but cannot afford the costs up-front.
  • Loudoun County: Companion Animal Resource Effort (CARE) provides temporary assistance to residents of Loudoun County who are temporarily unable to afford to provide veterinary care for their companion animals.


  • The Good Samaritan Fund at Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine is used exclusively to treat ownerless or special-needs animals who, ideally but not exclusively, also present a teaching opportunity for the veterinary students.
  • Lewis, Mason and Thurston counties: Concern for Animals provides financial assistance for spay/neuter and emergency vet care.

Washington, D.C.


  • Milwaukee/Ozaukee County: The Wisconsin Humane Society provides veterinary care at a reduced cost for low-income residents.

Breed-specific resources



If you have a specific breed of dog, contact the national club for that breed. In some cases, these clubs offer a veterinary financial assistance fund. To find the national club for your breed, try searching, using the following search criteria: breed + national club (for example: standard poodle + national club).

Here are a few websites for groups that provide financial assistance for specific breeds:

Disease-specific resources for cats


  • The Dog and Cat Cancer Fund works directly with veterinarians to help underprivileged owners get treatment for cats and dogs suffering from cancer.

Disease-specific resources for dogs


  • The Magic Bullet Fund provides financial assistance for tumor removal and certain types of chemotherapy for lymphoma.
  • The Animal Cancer Therapy Subsidization Society is dedicated to bringing affordable modern veterinary cancer treatment to veterinary cancer patients in Alberta, Canada. They provide subsidies to dedicated pet owners as well as educate animal owners and veterinarians on the availability, uses and benefits of advanced cancer therapies in the treatment of veterinary cancers.
  • The Dog and Cat Cancer Fund works directly with veterinarians to help underprivileged owners get treatment for cats and dogs suffering from cancer.


  • Frankie’s Friends provides free or heavily discounted care for dogs enrolled in clinical programs of promising new treatments, and assists with the cost for dogs whose families cannot afford treatment.

Resources for those with assistance dogs

  • The International Association of Assistance Dog Partners (IAADP) has established an emergency veterinary fund to provide financial aid to U.S. IAADP partner members whose assistance dogs require high-cost veterinary intervention beyond their ability to pay.
  • The California Department of Social Services Assistance Dog Special Allowance (ADSA) Program provides a monthly payment of $50 to eligible individuals who use a guide, signal or service dog to help them with needs related to their physical disabilities. The allowance is to help pay the costs of food, grooming and health care for the dogs. This program, available only to residents of California, will provide these funds monthly toward the care of registered service dogs. Call (916) 657-2628.
  • The Assistance Dog United Campaign, operated in association with the Assistance Dog Institute, helps people with disabilities find funding to purchase service dogs. Call (800) 284-DOGS (3647).

Resources for animal welfare groups

  • The Second Chance Fund, operated by the American Humane Association, financially assists agencies that rescue, care for, and rehome abused or neglected animals. (To qualify, your organization must be a member of the American Humane Association.)

Resources for animals of senior citizens, people with disabilities, people who are seriously ill


  • San Diego: Helen Woodward Animal Center’s AniMeals program offers free pet food for the dogs and cats of elderly or disabled people throughout San Diego County.
  • Marin: Marin Humane Society’s SHARE offers several programs to help pets of low-income seniors, persons living with HIV/AIDS and those receiving hospice services.
  • Sonoma County: Pets Are Loving Support provides services to help people with HIV/AIDS keep their pets as long as possible.



  • Atlanta: Pets Are Loving Support provides free food, basic veterinary care and support to the pets of the elderly, critically ill or disabled.


  • Chicago: Blessed Bonds provides help for pet owners when they are experiencing physical problems that make daily pet care difficult.


  • Detroit: The Michigan Humane Society provides low-cost veterinary care, a food bank and other services to help people care for their companion and service animals.

New Jersey

  • Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Salem counties: PetPALS of Southern New Jersey provides services to the animal companions of people living with terminal, chronic or debilitating illness, or financially needy senior citizens.

New York


  • Loudoun County: C.A.R.E. is dedicated to providing pet owners in need with financial assistance, goods and services to enhance the quality of life for their companion animals while keeping pets in loving, caring homes. They provide assistance to citizens who are elderly, seriously ill, injured, or in a situation where they cannot afford to care for their pets.


  • King County: The Seattle Humane Society provides services that help people maintain a lifelong commitment to their pets. Low-income senior citizens can receive a supplemental supply of pet food and people disabled by AIDS can receive pet food, supplies, grooming and veterinary care.

Washington, D.C.

  • PETS-DC is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of people living with HIV/AIDS or other disabling conditions and their companion pets. They provide public health education, exercise, pet food, veterinary care, grooming, foster care and adoption services at no cost.

Other possible sources of financial assistance

  • Most veterinary schools treat pets at a reduced cost. Click here to locate vet schools accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association.
  • Decorate a few donation coin cans with an appealing photo of your pet and a brief explanation that money is needed for medical care. Ask your veterinarian if you can put one in the office. Put one out on your desk at work, and ask a friend or two to do the same. This sounds old-fashioned, but it really works!
  • A small fundraiser such as a yard sale or bake sale can raise significant funds if it is well planned. Ask friends and neighbors to help; it usually takes just a couple of people to pull it off. Some tips:

Neighborhood yard sale: Ask neighbors, family, co-workers and friends to contribute items. The event can be publicized in the local newspapers and by posting flyers around town. You’ll need a place to store the items, and there is some time involved in planning, publicizing and organizing, but a single neighborhood yard sale can raise several hundred dollars.

Bake sale: Another simple, low-risk way to raise money is to organize a bake sale. Ask neighbors, family, co-workers and friends to contribute baked items. To be successful, the bake sale must be in a high-traffic area, where many people will pass by.

  • Create a Facebook page to get the word out online about your pet’s needs. Click here to learn the basics of Facebook, how to create an appealing personal profile page and how to find friends and attract others to your page.
  • Post messages to community forums for veterinary care fundraising purposes, such as In Memory of Magic’s community.
  • Post messages to e-groups that allow the posting of fundraising requests, such as Yahoo! Groups.
  • Consider purchasing pet insurance for your pets. For information about pet insurance, click here.
  • The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) does not provide direct financial assistance to pet owners for veterinary or other expenses, but they do have a page on their website where they offer additional suggestions for what you can do if you are having trouble affording veterinary care.


Are You Having Trouble Affording Your Pet?

Check our list of national and state resources for pet owners in need

  • The whole family suffers when money problems make it hard, or impossible, to care for a pet. But help is out there. HSVMA

Below is a comprehensive list of pet financial aid-related organizations.

Some are listed nationwide, and some are listed alphabetically by state.

NOTICE: If your animal requires emergency veterinary care and you cannot afford treatment, click here to contact groups or veterinary schools that may help. If you are unsure what qualifies as emergency veterinary care, call your veterinarian and describe the symptoms.

Find a free or low-cost spay or neuter »

National organizations that provide financial assistance to pet owners in need

Please keep in mind that each organization is independent and has their own set of rules and guidelines. Therefore you will have to investigate each one separately to determine if you qualify for assistance:

The Big Hearts Fund: financial assistance for the diagnosis and treatment of canine and feline heart disease
Brown Dog Foundation: prescription medications
Canine Cancer Awareness
The Dog & Cat Cancer Fund
God’s Creatures Ministry Veterinary Charity
Joshua Louis Animal Cancer Foundation: Under the JLACF’s bylaws as approved by the IRS, grants can only be provided for pets under the care of a board-certified veterinary oncologist.
Magic Bullet Fund: cancer-specific
The Mosby Fund
The Onyx & Breezy Foundation
Paws 4 A Cure
The Pet Fund
Pets of the Homeless: pet food and veterinary care assistance for homeless
The Riedel & Cody Fund: support for pets suffering with cancer
RedRover Relief
Rose’s Fund
Shakespeare Animal Fund
Top Dog Foundation “Bentley Grant”: for senior dogs (age 10 and over; breed taken into consideration when determining what is “senior”)

Assistance by state

ALAK | | AZ | AR | CA | CO | CT | DE | DC | FL | GA | HI | ID | IL | IN | IA | KS | KY | LA | ME | MD | MA | MI | MN | MS | MO | MT | NE | NV | NH | NJ | NM | NY | NC | ND | OH | OK | OR | PA | RI | SC | SD | TN | TX | UT | VT | VA | WA | WV | WI | WY | Puerto Rico


Alabama Animal Adoption Society: Homewood (spay/neuter assistance)

Alabama Animal Alliance Spay/Neuter Clinic: Montgomery (spay/neuter assistance)

The Animal Friends Humane Society: Decatur (pet food/litter, spay/neuter assistance)

Alabama Veterinary Medical Association: Statewide (spay/neuter support for residents on public assistance) 334-395-0086

American Veterinary Medical Foundation: Multiple locations (disaster-related grants)

Friends of Cats and Dogs Foundation: Birmingham (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Greater Huntsville Humane Society: Huntsville (veterinary assistance and spay/neuter assistance)

Macon County Humane Society: Tuskegee (spay/neuter assistance)

Mobile SPCA: Mobile (spay/neuter assistance)

Shelby Humane Society: Columbiana (spay/neuter assistance)

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Alaska SPCA: Anchorage (low-cost spay/neuter, vaccines, pet food bank)

Friends of Pets: Anchorage (spay/neuter vouchers)

STOP the Overpopulation of Pets: (spay/neuter vouchers)

Straw for Dogs: (free resources and supplies for pets outdoors)

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Altered Tails Barnhart Clinic: Phoenix and Mesa (low-cost spay/neuter clinic)

Animal Guardian Network: Cave Creek (pet food)

Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA: Phoenix (low-cost veterinary clinic)

Chuck Waggin’ Pet Food Pantry: Phoenix (pet food)

Empty Bowl Pet Food Pantry: Pet assistance for disaster victims and veterans, seniors, domestic violence victims, functionally disabled people with service animals, homeless and near homeless people; special programs include pet food and supplies, temporary housing for emergencies. See map for locations and services, which change regularly.

Lost Our Home Pet Foundation: Scottsdale (pet food, temporary foster program)

Payson Humane Society: Payson (spay/neuter assistance)

Pets In Need Action League: Casa Grande (pet food pantry)

Scottsdale P.E.T.: Scottsdale (pet food pantry)

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All About Labs: Statewide (temporary housing/foster for dogs and cats, not just labs; pet food; spay/neuter, vaccinations, heartworm prevention and flea/tick treatments)

Bella Vista Animal Shelter: Bella Vista (spay/neuter assistance; contact BVAS for additional services)

For Pets’ Sake Best Friends Program: Springdale, NW Arkansas (microchipping, Best Friends Senior Program includes pet food, assistance for veterinary care, transportation to veterinarian and groomer, temporary foster program if hospitalized for seniors in Northwest Arkansas)

Fuzzy Hearts Animal Rescue: Van Buren County (spay/neuter & pet food assistance)

Humane Society of Saline County: Benton (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Northeast Arkansas for Animals (NAFA): Jonesboro (pet food, vaccination assistance)

Out Of The Woods Rescue and Referral: Little Rock (pet food, spay/neuter assistance, temporary foster program, assistance for necessary veterinary medical care)

Ranger’s Pet Food Bank: (pet food for qualified Fayetteville residents)

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The ACME Foundation: Clearlake (veterinary care assistance for senior and disabled pet owners)

Actors and Others for Animals: Greater Los Angeles area (pet food, spay/neuter assistance, assistance for necessary veterinary medical care)

Animal Assistance League of Orange County: Orange County (pet food, transportation and veterinary care assistance)

Animal Health Foundation: Los Angeles and Orange Counties (veterinary care assistance)

AnimalSave: Green Valley (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Animal Welfare Assistance Group: Monterey County (veterinary care assistance, spay/neuter; pet food and supplies for seniors, disabled veterans, owners of service dogs and others; pet care resources and referrals)

Bad Rap: San Francisco (pit bull-specific assistance for finding rental housing and insurance)

California Department of Social Services Assistance Dog Special Allowance (ADSA) Program: Statewide (provides monthly stipend to eligible persons who use a guide, signal, or service dog)

Cat People: Bakersfield (cat food/litter, spay/neuter assistance, vaccination assistance)

Cats in Need (of Human Care): Southern California, multiple locations (spay/neuter assistance)

The Chester Foundation: Sacramento region (veterinary care assistance)

FACE Foundation: San Diego (grant assistance for pets in need of emergency or critical care)

FixNation: Los Angeles (spay/neuter assistance for cats)

Friends of Long Beach Animals: Long Beach (spay/neuter assistance)

Haven Humane Society: Redding (low-cost spay/neuter, pet food assistance, emergency veterinary grants for residents receiving Medi-Cal or Medicare)
Clinic: 530-241-1658; Shelter: 530-241-1653

Helen Woodward Animal Center: Rancho Santa Fe (pet food)

Helen Woodward Animal Center Animeals program: San Diego County (free pet food for the dogs and cats of elderly or disabled people)

Humane Society of San Bernardino Valley: San Bernardino (low-cost spay/neuter)

Keep Your Pet: Sacramento (behavior assistance, veterinary care assistance, services for seniors)

LA Animal Services: Los Angeles (spay/neuter, vaccination and microchip assistance)

Marin Humane Society: Novato (pet care assistance to low-income seniors, persons living with HIV/AIDS and those receiving hospice services; please see website for complete list of services)

Mercy Crusade’s Spay and Neuter Clinic: Oxnard (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Mojave Desert Animal Rescue: Western Mojave Desert (pet food & supplies and veterinary assistance for homeless, unemployed, disabled, and senior pet guardians)

Mountains’ Humane Society: Lake Arrowhead (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Napa Humane: Napa (spay/neuter assistance)

Ohlone Humane Society Special Assistance Program: Fremont, Union City, and Newark (veterinary care assistance, pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Orange County SPCA Animal Rescue Fund: Orange County (assistance for veterinary care including spay/neuter)

Palo Alto Humane Society: Palo Alto (spay/neuter assistance, assistance for emergency veterinary care)

PALS: Pets Are Loving Support (veterinary care assistance programs for senior, disabled or ill pet owners)

Pasadena Humane Society: Pasadena (spay/neuter assistance)

PAWS/LA: Hollywood (pet food and supplies, veterinary medical care assistance, grooming, spay/neuter, veterinary care assistance programs for senior, disabled or ill pet owners, and other services)

PAWS San Francisco: veterinary care assistance programs for senior, disabled or ill pet owners

Peninsula CatWorks: veterinary care assistance for cats only

Pet Assistance Foundation: Multiple Locations, Southern California (spay/neuter assistance for dogs, cats, and rabbits)

Pet Orphans of Southern California: Van Nuys (veterinary care assistance)

The Pet Rescue Center’s Pet Pantry: Orange County (pet food, litter, and flea treatments for unemployed, senior, or disabled pet owners)

Pets Are Wonderful Support: San Diego (pet food/litter, pet supplies, veterinary assistance, animal transport, temporary foster program, veterinary care assistance programs for senior, disabled or ill pet owners)

Placer SPCA SOS Program: Placer County (rental deposits, temporary boarding, pet food and veterinary care assistance)

Rescuing Unwanted Furry Friends (RUFF): Laguna Beach (pet food)

Riverside County Department of Animal Services: Riverside (spay/neuter assistance)

Sacramento SPCA: Sacramento (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

The Sam Simon Foundation: Los Angeles (free surgery for non-orthopedic procedures; free spay/neuter operations, including vaccinations, flea control, deworming, nail trims, and antibiotics)

Sammie’s Friends: Grass Valley (veterinary care assistance)

San Francisco SPCA Animal Hospital: veterinary care assistance programs for senior, disabled or ill pet owners, spay/neuter assistance

Santa Cruz SPCA: Santa Cruz (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Santa Maria Valley Humane Society: Santa Maria (spay/neuter assistance, microchips, pet food bank)

SEAACA: Downey (veterinary medical care assistance, spay/neuter, vaccination assistance)

Sequoia Humane Society: Eureka (spay/neuter assistance)

SHARE Marin Humane Society: veterinary care assistance programs for senior, disabled or ill pet owners

Spay Neuter Animal Network (SPAN): Ventura (spay/neuter assistance)

SPCA for Monterey County: Monterey (pet food, spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation: Walnut Creek (pet food, spay/neuter assistance, emergency veterinary assistance)

VET SOS: San Francisco (free veterinary care and supplies for pets of the homeless)

Voice for the Animals Foundation: Santa Monica (veterinary care assistance)

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Ark-Valley Humane Society: Buena Vista (pet food)

The Cartwright Foundation: Denver/Front Range region (veterinary care assistance)

Cat Care Society: Lakewood (spay/neuter assistance, assistance for necessary veterinary medical care)

Colorado State University Companion Care Fund: Fort Collins (veterinary care assistance)

Colorado State University Pets Forever Program: Larimer County (various services for low-income or disabled pet-owners)

Denkai Animal Sanctuary: Northern Colorado (spay/neuter and veterinary assistance)

Dreampower Animal Rescue: Colorado Springs (temporary foster program)

Every Creature Counts: Fort Lupton (spay/neuter assistance)

The Feline Fix: Denver (spay/neuter assistance)

For Pets’ Sake Humane Society: Cortez (assistance for emergency veterinary care, spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Fort Collins Cat Rescue & Spay/Neuter Clinic: Fort Collins (assistance with pet food, spay/neuter, vaccinations and financial assistance for sugeries)

Friends of the Aspen Animal Shelter: Aspen (spay/neuter assistance)

Good Samaritan Pet Center: Denver (spay/neuter assistance)

Humane Society of Pagosa Springs: Pagosa Springs (spay/neuter assistance, assistance for necessary veterinary medical care)

League for Animals and People of the Summit (LAPS):: Summit County (financial assistance to low-income families living or working in Summit County, for pet spay/neuter, life-shortening illnesses or unexpected high vet bills; discounted spay/neuter vouchers for higher incomes)

MaxFund: Denver (pet food, spay/neuter assistance, vaccination assistance)

PAWS Colorado: Denver metro area (pet food, cat litter, veterinary care assistance/volunteers to aid low-income persons with HIV/AIDS and other debilitating illnesses)

PetAid Colorado: Denver (assistance with veterinary care including spay/neuter)

Pikes Peak Pet Pantry: Colorado Springs (pet food/litter, pet supplies, pet prescription diet assistance, and grooming assistance)

SpayToday: Lakewood (low-cost spay/neuter)

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Connecticut Humane Society: Newington (assistance for necessary veterinary medical care including spay/neuter and vaccination assistance, pet food bank) or Connecticut Humane Society Fox Veterinary Clinic (veterinary care assistance)

Dogology: (pet food pantry available to residents referred by food bank administrators in the Farmington Valley)

The Friends of Windsor Animal Care and Control Inc.: Windsor (pet food assistance)

Milford Animal Control: Milford (pet food bank)

STARelief and Pet Assistance: Statewide (veterinary care grant program, pet food, temporary fostering/emergency shelter and pet hospice care)

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Delaware Humane Association: Wilmington (pet food/supplies, assistance for necessary veterinary medical care)

Delaware Office of Animal Welfare: Statewide (low-cost spay/neuter for income-eligible applicants)

Delaware SPCA: New Castle and Sussex Counties (pet food pantry, low-cost spay/neuter and wellness services)

Grass Roots Rescue Society: Statewide, including adjacent Maryland counties (assistance with vet care costs, including spay/neuter, for the pets of people with limited income and stray or feral cats)

Faithful Friends, Inc: Wilmington (pet food and supplies, spay/neuter assistance)

Forgotten Cats, Inc: Wilmington (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

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District of Columbia

Capital Animal Care Mobile Spay/neuter Clinic: pet food, supplies and spay/neuter assistance

PETS-DC: veterinary care assistance programs for senior, disabled or ill pet owners

Washington Animal Rescue League: pet food and supplies, discounted veterinary care including spay/neuter and vaccination assistance

Washington Humane Society (spay/neuter assistance)

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Alachua County Humane Society: Gainesville (pet food)

American Veterinary Medical Foundation

Animal Coalition of Tampa (ACT): Tampa (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Animal Emergency Hospital of St. Johns: St. Augustine (low cost spay/neuter, vaccines, heartworm prevention)

Bright Paw Pet food Bank: Melbourne (pet food assistance)

Central Brevard Humane Society: Cocoa (assistance for veterinary care including spay/neuter)

Collier Spay Neuter Clinic: Southwest Florida (spay/neuter assistance)

Fairy Tail Endings, Inc.: Sarasota and Manatee Counties (veterinary and pet product assistance)

First Coast No More Homeless Pets, Inc.: Jacksonville (free and low-cost spay/neuter, veterinary care assistance)

Frankie’s Friends: Tampa/Clearwater areas (cancer specific—veterinary care assistance)

Humane Society of Broward County: Ft. Lauderdale (low-cost spay/neuter)

Humane Society of Pinellas: Clearwater (pet health clinic, affordable spay/neuter, pet food pantry, pet food delivery program for senior pet owners)

Humane Society of Tampa Bay: Tampa Bay (pet food, discounted/free vaccinations)

The Humane Society of Vero Beach and Indian River Co.: Vero Beach (pet food, spay/neuter assistance, limited medical assistance)

Pasco Animal Welfare Society (PAWS): Port Richey (spay/neuter assistance)

Pet Project for Pets: Oakland Park (provides pet food and supplies for terminally ill, disabled and senior pet owners)

Spay Shuttle: Palm Beach County (spay/neuter assistance)

Pinellas Alternatives to Shelter Surrender (PASS): Pinellas County (referrals for spay/neuter, veterinary assistance, pet supplies, pet-friendly housing, dog training; run by the Humane Society of Pinellas.)

SPCA of Central Florida: Orlando (pet food, spay/neuter assistance, temporary foster program, discounted veterinary care)

SPCA Suncoast: New Port Richey (pet food)

SPCA Tampa Bay: Tampa Bay (spay/neuter assistance)

SPOT Low Cost Spay/neuter Clinic: Pinellas Park (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

St. Francis Animal Hospital: Jacksonville (assistance for veterinary care including spay/neuter)

TLC PetSnip, Inc.: Polk County (low-cost spay/neuter services, trap-neuter-return for feral cats, vaccinations, microchipping, de-worming and flea treatment, heartworm testing)

You Can Make a Difference, Inc.: Gadsen County (spay/neuter vouchers, pet food assistance, emergency veterinary assistance)

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Carroll County Humane Society’s West Georgia Spay/neuter Clinic: Villa Rica (spay/neuter assistance)

Cherokee County Humane Society: Acworth (spay/neuter assistance)

Daffy’s Pet Soup Kitchen: Lilburn (pet food and supplies, spay/neuter assistance, temporary foster program, assistance for necessary veterinary medical care)

Georgia Animal Project: North Georgia (spay/neuter clinic)

Humane Society of South Coastal Georgia: Statewide (spay/neuter, vaccination, microchipping and pet food assistance)

LifeLine Animal Project: Atlanta (spay/neuter assistance)

PALS: Pets Are Loving Support: (veterinary care assistance programs for senior, disabled or ill pet owners)

PAWS Atlanta: Atlanta (spay/neuter assistance)

Project CatSnip: Atlanta (spay/neuter assistance)

Spay Georgia: statewide (spay/neuter assistance)

Stopping Pet Overpopulation Together (SPOT): Atlanta (spay/neuter assistance)

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Hawaiian Humane Society: Honolulu (spay/neuter assistance, temporary foster program)

Hawaii Island Humane Society: Kailua-Kona, Kamuela, and Keaau (spay/neuter assistance)

The Neuter Scooter: Multiple Locations (spay/neuter assistance for cats)

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Humane Society of the Palouse: Moscow (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Idaho Humane Society: Boise (pet food)

Lewis Clark Animal Shelter: Lewiston (spay/neuter and microchip assistance)

Spay Neuter Idaho Pets (SNIP): Boise (spay/neuter assistance)

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Anderson Animal Shelter: South Elgin (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Animal Care League: Oak Park (assistance for veterinary care including vaccinations, microchipping and spay/neuter)

Animal Protective League: Springfield (spay/neuter assistance)

The Animal Welfare League: Chicago Ridge (pet food, spay/neuter assistance, assistance for necessary veterinary medical care)

The Anti-Cruelty Society: Chicago (assistance with veterinary care including spay/neuter)

Best Buddies Pet Pantry: Cook County (pet food, low-cost vaccinations and low-cost spay/neuter referrals)

Better Pets Clinic: Moline (spay/neuter assistance)

Blessed Bonds: Palos Park (temporary foster program)

Brown Dog Foundation: statewide (veterinary care assistance and prescription medications)

Catsnap: Champaign County (spay/neuter assistance)

DuPage County Animal Care and Control: Wheaton (spay/neuter and microchipping assistance)

Humane Society of Central Illinois: Normal (spay/neuter assistance)

Humane Society of Southern Illinois: Carbondale (spay/neuter assistance)

National Animal Welfare Society: Mokina (assistance for general veterinary care, including vaccinations and spay/neuter)

PAWS Chicago: Chicago (spay/neuter assistance)

Pets Are Like Family: Chicago (pet food pantry, spay/neuter assistance, vaccines, microchips, pet care workshops)
Pet assistance hotline: 312-725-3315

Quad City Animal Welfare Center: Milan (assistance for general veterinary care, including vaccinations and spay/neuter)

The Quincy Humane Society: Quincy (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

South Suburban Humane Society: Glenwood, Chicago Heights (spay/neuter assistance)

Spay Illinois: Homer Glen (low-cost spay/neuter services)

Tree House Humane Society: Chicago (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Winnebago County Animal Services: Rockford (spay/neuter assistance)

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Best Buddies Pet Pantry: Porter, Lake and LaPorte Counties (pet food, low-cost vaccination and low-cost spay/neuter referrals)

Brown County Humane Society: Nashville (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

City of Bloomington Animal Shelter: Bloomington (pet food)

FACE Low-Cost Spay/neuter Clinic: Indianapolis (spay/neuter, vaccination and microchip assistance)

F.I.D.O.: Indianapolis (pet food pantry, help for chained dogs)

Hamilton County Low Cost Clinic: Noblesville (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Hope for Pets Food Pantry: Lafayette (pet food)

Humane Society Calumet Area: Statewide (spay/neuter assistance)

Humane Society of Northwest Indiana: Gary (spay/neuter assistance)

The Kibble Kitchen Pet Pantry Servicing Porter and Lake Counties: Porter and Lake Counties (pet food pantry, spay/neuter referral, Fur Angel Fund euthanasia referral service)

Kokomo Humane Society: Kokomo (pet food bank)

The Monroe County Humane Association: Bloomington (spay/neuter assistance, assistance for necessary veterinary medical care, discount vaccinations and microchips)

The Neuter Scooter: Multiple Locations (spay/neuter assistance for cats)

Partners for Animal Welfare Society, Inc.: Greenfield (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Spay Neuter Indiana Pets, Inc.: Greenwood (spay/neuter assistance)

Spay Neuter Indiana Pets, Inc.: Multiple Locations (spay/neuter assistance)

St. Joseph County Spay/Neuter Assistance Program: Notre Dame (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Vanderburgh Humane Society: Evansville (pet food)

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Brown Dog Foundation: Statewide (veterinary care assistance and prescription medications)

Capitol Area Animal Response Team: Shawnee County (temporary boarding, pet food and supplies)

Iowa Humane Alliance/Spay Iowa: Statewide (spay/neuter assistance)

The Pet Project Midwest: Des Moines (pet food and supply pantry)

Southwest Iowa Humane Society: Clarinda (spay/neuter assistance)

Stephen Memorial Animal Shelter: Oskaloosa (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

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Great Plains SPCA: Greater Kansas City area (various services for low-income and senior pet owners)

Humane Society of Greater Kansas City: Kansas City (spay/neuter assistance, assistance for necessary veterinary medical care)

Pet Assistance Network of Topeka: Topeka (temporary foster program)

The Pet Connection: Mission (assistance for necessary veterinary medical care including spay/neuter)

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Anderson Humane Society: Lawrenceburg (spay/neuter assistance)

Animal Refuge Center: Vine Grove (spay/neuter assistance)

Bowling Green Warren County Humane Society: Bowling Green (spay/neuter, vaccination and microchip assistance)

Friends of the Shelter: Middleboro (spay/neuter assistance)

Friends of the Shelter: Boone, Campbell, Kenton, Grant counties) (spay/neuter assistance)

Glasgow Barren Animal Shelter: Glasgow (spay/neuter assistance)

Holly’s Place: Lawrenceburg (spay/neuter assistance)

Hope for Pets: Mt. Washington (pet food assistance, assistance with veterinary expenses for senior citizens with senior pets)

Humane Society Animal League for Life: Richmond (spay/neuter assistance)

Humane Society of Oldham County: LaGrange (spay/neuter assistance)

Kentucky Humane Society: Louisville (spay/neuter assistance)

Mercer Humane Society: Harrodsburg (spay/neuter assistance)

Scott County Humane Society: Georgetown (spay/neuter assistance)

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Baton Rouge Spay/Neuter (spay/neuter assistance)

Cat Haven: Baton Rouge (spay/neuter assistance: cats only)

Lafayette Animal Aid: Carencro (spay/neuter assistance)

Louisiana SPCA: New Orleans (spay/neuter assistance)

Spay Baton Rouge: Baton Rouge (spay/neuter assistance)

Southern Animal Foundation: New Orleans (low-cost veterinary services)

St. Martin Humane Society: Breaux Bridge (spay/neuter assistance)

The Spay Spa: Port Allen (spay/neuter assistance)

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Animal Refuge League: Westbrook (pet food, spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

The Animal Welfare Society: West Kennebunk (spay/neuter assistance)

Bar Harbor Food Pantry: Bar Harbor (pet food)

Camp Bow Wow: Portland (pet food)

Catholic Charities of Maine: Caribou (pet food/litter)

Greater Androscoggin Humane Society: Lewiston (spay/neuter assistance)

Hardy’s Friends: Gouldsboro/Winter Harbor area (pet food and supplies)

Helping People, Helping Pets—York County

Houlton Humane Society: Houlton (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Lincoln County Animal Shelter: Edgecomb (pet food)

Maine Low Cost Spay/Neuter Program: statewide (spay/neuter assistance)

Paws for a Cause: Fairfield (pet food)
Victor Grange at the junction of Routes 104 and 23 in Fairfield Center, 207-465-7906 or 207-249-9441

SPCA of Hancock County: Trenton (spay/neuter assistance)

Spay Maine (spay/neuter assistance)

Sullivan Animal Food Eatery: Sullivan (pet food)
1888 Route 1, 207-422-6282

York County Shelter Programs: Alfred (pet food)

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Animal Advocates of Howard County: Ellicott City (spay/neuter assistance)

Animal Welfare League of Montgomery County: spay/neuter assistance

The Animal Welfare Society of Howard County: Columbia (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Baltimore Humane Society: Baltimore (veterinary care assistance including spay/neuter)

Caroline County Humane Society: Ridgely (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Frederick County Humane Society: Frederick (pet food, spay/neuter assistance, assistance for necessary veterinary medical care)

Humane Society of Charles County: Waldorf (spay/neuter assistance)

Montgomery County Humane Society: Rockville (spay/neuter assistance)

Spay Now, Inc.: Graysonville (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

SPCA/Humane Society of Prince George’s County, Inc.: Prince George’s County (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Talbot Humane Society: Easton (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Thankful Paws, Inc.: Bel Air (pet food bank)

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Alliance for Animals: Boston (spay/neuter and veterinary medical care assistance)

Angell Animal Medical Center-Nantucket: veterinary care assistance
21 Crooked Lane, Nantucket, MA 02554

Angell Animal Medical Center-Western New England: (veterinary care assistance)
171 Union St., Springfield, MA 01105

Angell Memorial Animal Hospital-Boston (veterinary care assistance)
350 South Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02130

Animal Rescue League of Boston-Alice T. Whitney Helping Hand Fund: Statewide (veterinary assistance for pet owners receiving government assistance)

Dakin Pioneer Valley Humane Society: Leverett and Greenfield (pet food, spay/neuter assistance, temporary foster program)

Fairy DogParents: Duxbury (assistance with food, medical needs and general wellness for dogs)

Phinney’s Friends; MSPCA: (veterinary care assistance programs for senior, disabled or ill pet owners)

The Sampson Fund: Cape Cod (fund to benefit companion animals of Cape Cod and the adjacent Islands of Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard)
PO Box 1756, Orleans, MA 02653

Southborough Pet food Pantry: Southborough (pet food)

Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine: Statewide (veterinary care assistance including spay/neuter)

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Adopt-A-Pet: Fenton (spay/neuter assistance)

All About Animals Rescue: Eastpointe (spay/neuter assistance)

Cascades Humane Society: Jackson (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

C-SNIP: Kentwood (spay/neuter assistance)

Furever Full Food Bank: Macomb, Oakland, and Wayne counties (pet food)

Furry Friends Food Pantry: Holland (pet food Thursdays)
616-499-7342, 616-399-5160

Humane Society of Genesee County: Burton (spay/neuter assistance)

Humane Society of Huron Valley: Ann Arbor (pet food/litter, spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Humane Society of South Central Michigan: Battle Creek (spay/neuter assistance)

Kalamazoo Humane Society: Kalamazoo (pet food bank, dog houses, and spay/neuter assistance)

K9 Resque: St. Claire (pet food)

Little Traverse Bay Humane Society: Harbor Springs (spay/neuter assistance)

Luce County Pet Pals: Newberry (spay/neuter assistance)

Michigan Humane Society: Multiple Locations (spay/neuter assistance)

Mission for Area People: Muskegon Heights (pet food assistance; licensing and vet records required) 231-733-9672

Northeast Community Lutheran Church, Little Kitchen Food Shelf

Oakland County Pet Adoption Center: Auburn Hills (spay/neuter assistance)

Oakland County Pet Food Pantry: Western Michigan (pet food and supplies)

Stop the Overpopulation of Pets: Weymouth (spay/neuter assistance)

Tail Wagger’s 1990: Livonia (low-cost spay/neuter, vaccines, heartworm testing, microchipping, pet food assistance)

Voiceless–MI: Lansing (spay/neuter assistance)

Waggin’ Tails Dog Rescue: Northville (pet food)

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Camp Companion: Rochester (spay/neuter assistance)

Kindest Cut: twin cities metro area (low-cost spay/neuter, vaccinations, microchipping)

Minnesota Spay Neuter Project, Inc.: Minneapolis (spay/neuter assistance)

Northeast Community Lutheran Church: Minneapolis (pet food)

Northland Spay/Neuter: Duluth (low-cost spay/neuter)

PetCare of Duluth: Statewide (low-cost clinic offering vaccines, flea/tick prevention, heartworm testing/prevention and microchipping)

Pet Haven: Minneapolis (spay/neuter assistance)

Tri-County Humane Society: St. Cloud (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

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Humane Society of South Mississippi: Gulfport (pet food, spay/neuter assistance, other necessary supplies including training advice)

Mississippi Spay and Neuter: Pearl (spay/neuter assistance)

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Animal Protective Association of Missouri: St. Louis (Assistance with vaccinations and routine veterinary care)

Central Missouri Humane Society: Columbia (spay/neuter assistance)

Humane Society of Missouri: St. Louis (assistance with veterinary care including spay/neuter)

Humane Society of Southeast Missouri: Camp Girardeau (spay/neuter assistance)

Northland Pet Pantry: Gladstone (pet food)

Operation SPOT: St. Louis (spay/neuter assistance)

Pound Pals Nooterville: St. Louis (spay/neuter assistance)

St. Charles County Humane Services: Cottleville (spay/neuter and heartworm preventative assistance)

Spay Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP): Christian, Dallas, Greene, Lawrence, Polk and Webster Counties (spay/neuter assistance)

Spay Neuter Kansas City: Kansas City (pet food and supplies, spay/neuter assistance)

Stray Rescue of St. Louis: St. Louis (spay/neuter assistance)

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Beartooth Humane Alliance: Red Lodge (spay/neuter assistance)

Bitter Root Humane Association: Hamilton (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Humane Society of Western Montana: Missoula (pet food)

Kootenai Pets for Life: Troy/Libby (pet food and supplies, assistance for necessary veterinary medical care, spay/neuter assistance, temporary foster program)

Rimrock Humane Society: Roundup (spay/neuter assistance)

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Hearts United for Animals: Auburn (low-cost spay/neuter clinic)

Lincoln Animal Ambassadors: Lincoln County (low-cost spay/neuter program, pet food

Nebraska Humane Society: Omaha (low-cost spay/neuter, pet food delivery for senior citizens receiving Meals on Wheels, training classes, grooming and boarding services)

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Nevada Humane Society: Reno (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Shakespeare Animal: veterinary care assistance

Spay and Neuter Center of Southern Nevada: Las Vegas (spay/neuter and microchip assistance)

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New Hampshire

Cocheco Valley Humane Society: Dover (pet food, temporary foster program)

Concord-Merrimack County SPCA: Penacook (pet food, assistance for necessary veterinary medical care)

Helping People, Helping Pets—Hillsborough County

Helping People, Helping Pets—Merrimack County

Helping People, Helping Pets—Rockingham County

Helping People, Helping Pets—Strafford County

Manchester Animal Shelter: Manchester (pet food)

New Hampshire Humane Society: Laconia (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Upper Valley Humane Society: Enfield (spay/neuter assistance)

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New Jersey

A Purrfect World: Bloomfield (temporary foster program)

Animal Alliance: Belle Mead (pet food and supplies, spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Companion Animal Advocates: Hillsdale (pet food, spay/neuter, and rehoming assistance)

Friends of Randolph Animal Pound (All Our Orphans): Randolph (spay/neuter assistance)

Humane Society of Atlantic: Atlantic City (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

New Jersey Animal Rights Alliance: Statewide (veterinary care assistance)

Oakland Animal Hospital: Oakland (pet food)

One Step Closer Animal Rescue (OSCAR): Statewide (pet food bank and spay/neuter assistance)

PetPALS of Southern New Jersey: veterinary care assistance programs for senior, disabled or ill pet owners

Prince Chunk Foundation: Statewide (pet food and veterinary care assistance)

Save U.S. Pets Foundation: veterinary care assistance (A veterinarian must apply on behalf of the pet owner.)

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New Mexico

ACTion Programs for Animals: Las Cruces (pet food bank)

Animal Humane Association of New Mexico: Albuquerque (spay/neuter, vaccination and other necessary veterinary medical care)

Animal Village New Mexico: (low-cost spay/neuter, pet food bank)

Casa Rosa Food Pantry: Placitas community (food bank that offers pet food and supplies)

Espanola Valley Humane Society: Espanola (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Gallup McKinley County Humane Society: low-cost spay/neuter

Santa Fe Animal Shelter: Santa Fe (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Vet Co: Multiple Locations  (spay/neuter assistance)

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New York

ALL 4 PETS: Limited to Western New York (veterinary care assistance)

The Animal Lovers League: Glen Cove (temporary foster program)

Ascension’s Pet Food Pantry: Buffalo (pet food pantry)

Baxter Pet Pantry: Nassau and Suffolk Counties (pet food and supplies)

Beyond Breed’s Ruff Riders: pet food and supplies for underserved neighborhoods in Brooklyn and New York City

Black Dog, Second Chance Rescue Food Pantry for Pets: Buffalo
37 Chandler St.

Frankie’s Friends: New York City (veterinary care assistance including cancer)

Hudson Valley Pet Food Pantry: (pet food bank)

Lollypop Farm, The Humane Society of Greater Rochester: Fairport (emergency pet food assistance, spay/neuter assistance, and information on other community programs for veterinary assistance)

Rochester Hope for Pets: Rochester (veterinary care assistance)

NY SAVE, Inc.: veterinary care assistance

Operation Pets: The Spay/Neuter Clinic of Western New York (low-cost spay/neuter)

Pet Food Pantry Auburn: (pet food)

The Shamrock Animal Fund: Syracuse/Central New York (veterinary care assistance).

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North Carolina

Animal Compassion Network: Skyland (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

AnimalKind: Raleigh (spay/neuter assistance)

Animal Protection Society of Durham: Durham (pet food assistance)

Ashley’s Angel Fund (veterinary care assistance)

Community Partnership for Pets: Flat Rock (spay/neuter assistance)

Forsyth County Animal Control: Winston-Salem; Forsyth County (pet food assistance, low-cost spay/neuter)

Forsyth Humane Society: Winston-Salem (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Friends of Madison County Animals: (low-cost/no-cost services to Madison County residents: spay-neuter, pet food pantry, microchips, vaccinations)

Friends of Mebane’s Animals: (pet food, spay/neuter subsidies, veterinary assistance, fences and shelter/housing for those in financial hardship or on public assistance in Alamance County and parts of surrounding counties)

Harnett Animal Welfare Coalition (HAWC): Harnett County (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Haywood Animal Welfare Association: Waynesville (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Humane Alliance: Asheville (spay/neuter assistance)

The Humane Society of the Piedmont: Greensboro (pet food & spay/neuter assistance)

Madison County Animal Shelter: Marshall (spay/neuter assistance)

North Carolina State University Companion Pet Assistance Program: Raleigh (veterinary care assistance for clients)

SNAP-NC: Statewide (spay/neuter assistance)

Spay Neuter Charlotte: Charlotte (low-cost spay/neuter, vaccines and pet-food pantry)

SPCA of Wake County: Raleigh (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Watauga Humane Society: Boone (spay/neuter and microchip assistance)

Wayne County Humane Society: Goldsboro (spay/neuter assistance)

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North Dakota

Circle of Friends Humane Society: Grand Forks (spay/neuter assistance, emergency medical assistance)

Spay Dakota: low-cost spay/neuter assistance and referrals

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Angels for Animals: Canfield (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

The Bummer Fund: Columbiana, Mahoning, and Trumbull Counties (veterinary care assistance)

Humane Ohio: Toledo (spay/neuter assistance)

Jake Brady Memorial Fund (veterinary care assistance)

MedVet Good Sam Fund: Columbus and Cincinatti (veterinary care assistance)

The Neuter Scooter: Multiple locations (spay/neuter assistance for cats)

Paws with Pride: Uniontown (temporary foster program)

Pet Guards Clinic: Cuyahoga Falls (assistance for necessary veterinary medical care, spay/neuter and vaccinations)

PetPromise: Columbus (pet food assistance)

Pets in Need: Cincinnati (veterinary services, spay/neuter vouchers)

Pets in Stitches: Miami Valley (affordable spay/neuter and vaccines for cats, dogs and rabbits; TNR for community cats)

The Society for the Improvement of Conditions for Stray Animals: Kettering (spay/neuter assistance, temporary foster program)

Stop the Overpopulation of Pets: Mansfield (spay/neuter assistance)

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Animal Birth Control Clinic: Lawton (spay/neuter, vaccination, microchip assistance and other basic veterinary services)

Animal Rescue and Care of McCurtain County: Broken Bow (spay/neuter assistance)

Best Friends of Pets: multiple locations (spay/neuter assistance)

Central Oklahoma Humane Society: Oklahoma City (spay neuter clinic, trap-neuter-return for community cats)

Humane Society of Grove and Grand Lake: Grove (spay/neuter assistance)

Humane Society of Tulsa: Tulsa (spay/neuter assistance)

Oklahoma City Animal Shelter: Oklahoma City (pet food)
405-316-FOOD (3663) or email

Oklahoma City Animal Welfare Division: (spay/neuter help, pet food bank, community cat program)
PAWS, Inc.: Bristow (spay/neuter assistance)

Pet Food Pantry of Oklahoma City: (pet food)

Poteau Valley Humane Society: Poteau (spay/neuter assistance)

Spay Oklahoma: Tulsa (spay/neuter assistance)

Volunteers for Animal Welfare: Oklahoma City (spay/neuter assistance)

Washington County SPCA: Bartlesville (spay/neuter assistance)

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Cat Adoption Team: Sherwood (cat food assistance)

City of Eugene Spay/Neuter Clinic: Eugene (spay/neuter, vaccination, and microchip assistance)

DoveLewis Velvet Assistance Fund: Portland (veterinary care assistance)

Hand To Paw Fund: Statewide (veterinary care assistance)

Humane Society of Central Oregon: Bend (spay/neuter assistance, contact HSCO for additional services)

Lane County Animal Services: Eugene (spay/neuter assistance)

The Neuter Scooter: Multiple Locations (spay/neuter assistance for cats)

Oregon Outback Humane Society: Lakeview (pet food, spay/neuter assistance, assistance for necessary veterinary medical care)

Pet Overpopulation Prevention Advocates: Statewide (spay/neuter assistance and referral)

The Pongo Fund Pet Food Bank (pet food and spay/neuter assistance)

Pro-Bone-O: Eugene (free pet food, supplies, and veterinary care for pets of the homeless)

Willamette Animal Guild: Eugene (spay/neuter assistance)

Willamette Humane Society: Salem (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

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ACCT Philly: (pet food, referrals for low-cost spay/neuter and wellness services)

Action for Animals Humane Society: Latrobe (spay/neuter assistance)

Animal Care & Assistance Fund (veterinary care assistance)

Animal Food Bank of the Lehigh Valley: (pet food for families in need)

Animal Friends: Pittsburgh (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Animal House Project: (pet food for low-income residents of Chester County)

The Animal Rescue of Western Pennsylvania (veterinary care assistance)

Delaware County SPCA: (spay/neuter and wellness services)

Forgotten Cats, Inc.: Willow Grove (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Humane Society of Berks County: Reading (pet food and veterinary care assistance)

Humane Society of Harrisburg Area: (pet food pantry, low-cost spay/neuter services, wellness clinics, microchipping)

Humane Society of Westmoreland County: Greenberg (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Sam’s Hope: Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties (pet food and veterinary care assistance for pet owners with demonstrated financial hardship)

Spay/Neuter Assistance Program, Inc.: Harrisburg (low-cost spay/neuter)

Washington Area Humane Society: Eighty Four (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance, assistance for necessary veterinary medical care)

Western Pennsylvania Humane Society: Pittsburgh (spay/neuter assistance, assistance for necessary veterinary medical care

Wilkes Barre Animal Hospital: Wilkes Barre (spay/neuter assistance for cats)
Pet Pantry of Lancaster County: (pet food, spay/neuter and wellness services, community cat program)

Pennsylvania SPCA: Philadelphia (spay/neuter and wellness services)

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Puerto Rico

Pets Alive Puerto Rico: (spay/neuter help)

Puerto Rico Animal Welfare Society: Isabela (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

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Rhode Island

Humane Association of Northwestern Rhode Island: Pascoag (spay/neuter assistance)

Providence Animal Rescue League: Providence (spay/neuter assistance)

Rhode Island Veterinary Medical Association: Statewide (spay/neuter assistance, assistance for necessary veterinary medical care)

RIVMA Companion Animal Foundation: veterinary care assistance

Volunteer Services for Animals: Providence (spay/neuter assistance)

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South Carolina

Charleston Animal Society: Charleston (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Humane Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals: Columbia (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Keep Our Pets Food Bank: Horry and Georgetown (pet food for eligible applicants)

Pawmetto Lifeline: Columbia (low-cost spay/neuter clinic, mobile vaccine clinic, pet food pantry)

Pet Helpers: Charleston (a broad range of low-cost veterinary care—including vaccinations, deworming, flea and tick control, heartworm tests, feline leukemia/aids tests, very affordable heartworm preventive medication, mass removals, orthopedic surgery, and some dentistry [fees are on a sliding scale]—as well as a pet food bank, low-cost spay/neuter, help for chained dogs, TNR, and behavior/training referrals); clinic phone number: 843-302-0556

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South Dakota

Brookings Humane Society: pet food and supplies

Oglala Pet Project: free spay/neuter, low-cost vaccines, pet food bank for pet owners living on the Pine Ridge American Indian Reservation

Operation Pets, Inc.: low-cost spay/neuter for pets and community cats

Spay Dakota: low-cost spay/neuter referrals

South Dakota West River Spay/Neuter Coalition: low-cost spay/neuter clinics

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Brown Dog Foundation: Statewide (veterinary care assistance and prescription medications)

Companion Animal Initiative of Tennessee (List of groups that assist with companion animal issues in Tennssee by county)

Fayette County Animal Rescue: Rossville (pet food and supplies)

Humane Society of Putnam County: Cookeville (spay/neuter assistance)

Nashville Humane Association: Nashville (pet food, spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Shepherd’s Green Sanctuary (pigs only): Cookeville (contact Shepherd’s Green for list of services)

Young-Williams Animal Center: Knoxville (pet food, spay/neuter, and vaccination assistance)

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Animal Birth Control Clinic: Waco (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Animal Friends of Washington County: Brenham (low-cost spay/neuter, vaccinations, heartworm treatment)

Animal Trustees of Austin: Austin (assistance for necessary veterinary medical care, spay/neuter assistance, and heartworm treatment)

Arlington Humane Society: Arlington (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Canyon Lake Animal Shelter Society: Canyon Lake (pet food, spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Cause for Paws: Greenville (spay/neuter, medication, and vaccination assistance)

DaisyCares Pet Food Program: San Antonio (pet food assistance through the San Antonio Food Bank)

Dallas Animal Services: Dallas (spay/neuter assistance)

EmanciPet: Austin (spay/neuter assistance)

Freeman-Fritts: Kerrville (spay/neuter assistance, low-cost veterinary care)

Helotes Humane Society: Helotes (pet food)

Houston Humane Society: Houston (spay/neuter assistance)

Kaufman County Animal Awareness Project: Crandall (assistance for veterinary care including vaccinations, microchipping, and spay/neuter)

Metroplex Animal Coalition: Dallas (spay/neuter assistance)

Outreach Animal Clinic: Dallas (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Pet Food Bank of Austin and Travis County: Austin (Pet food)

Pet Pals of Texas: Converse (pet food, supplies, and general pet care assistance for elderly or disabled residents)

Pet Prevent A Litter of Central Texas: San Marcos (pet food and litter, spay/neuter assistance)

Spay-Neuter Assistance Program: Multiple locations (spay/neuter assistance)

Spay/Neuter Your Pet: Dallas-Fort Worth (spay/neuter assistance)

Spay Texas: Statewide (spay/neuter assistance)

SPCA of Polk County: Livingston (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

SPCA of Texas: Dallas (pet food, assistance for veterinary care including vaccinations, microchipping, and spay/neuter)

Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine “The Capper and Chris Save the Animals Fund” (veterinary care assistance)

Texas Coalition for Animal Protection: Azle, Cleburne, Denton, Fort Worth, Hamilton, Hillsboro, and McKinney (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

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Best Friends Animal Society: Salt Lake City (spay/neuter assistance)

The Humane Society of Moab Valley: Moab (spay/neuter assistance)

Humane Society of Utah: Murray (spay/neuter and vaccination assistance)

Pet Samaritan Fund (veterinary care assistance programs for senior, disabled or ill pet owners)

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Frontier Animal Society: Orleans (spay/neuter assistance)

Second Chance Animal Center: Shaftsbury (spay/neuter assistance)

Vermont Spay Neuter Incentive Program: Bridgewater (spay/neuter assistance)

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Angels of Assisi: Roanoke (spay/neuter assistance, discounted pet medications)

Animal Welfare League of Alexandria: Alexandria (spay/neuter assistance)

Animal Welfare League of Arlington: Arlington (spay/neuter, vaccination and microchip assistance, assistance for emergency veterinary care)

Bedford Humane Society: Bedford (spay/neuter assistance)

Capital Animal Care Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinic: northern Virginia (pet food, supplies and spay/neuter assistance)

Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA: Charlottesville (spay/neuter assistance for owned pets and feral cats)

Fairfax County Animal Shelter

Fauquier SPCA: Warrenton (spay/neuter assistance)

Franklin County Humane Society: Rocky Mount (spay/neuter assistance)

Helping Hands Affordable Veternary Surgery and Dental Clinic: Richmond (reduced cost veterinary surgery)

The Holly Help Memorial Spay/Neuter Fund: Bristol (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Humane Society of Culpeper: Culpeper (spay/neuter assistance)

Humane Society of Fairfax County: Fairfax (pet food)

Humane Society of Loudoun County: Purcellville (spay/neuter assistance)

Loudon County Animal Care and Control CARE Pet Pantry: Leesburg (pet food)

Mountain View Humane Spay Neuter Clinic: low cost spay/neuter

Partners Among Cats and Canines: Franklin (spay/neuter assistance, assistance for emergency veterinary care)

Prince William SPCA: Manassas (spay/neuter, vaccinations, wellness checks)

Richmond SPCA: Richmond and the surrounding counties of Chesterfield, Hanover, Henrico and Goochland (free and low-cost spay/neuter services, affordable pet wellness clinics, free pet pantry, free behavior support, low-cost temporary off-site boarding for pets)

Roanoke Valley SPCA: Roanoke (pet food)

Saint Seton’s Orphaned Animals: Fredricksburg (operates Thomas Beath Veterinary Hospital, assistance with diagnostics, surgery, and veterinary treatments for low-income clients and animal welfare organizations, pet food pantry)

Shenandoah Valley Spay and Neuter Clinic: Harrisonburg (spay/neuter assistance)

Lynchburg Humane Society: Evington (spay/neuter assistance)

Spay, Inc.: Northern Virginia (spay/neuter assistance)

SPCA of Martinsville and Henry County: Martinsville (spay/neuter assistance)

Virginia Beach SPCA: Virginia Beach (pet food, assistance for necessary veterinary medical care)

The Virginia Kincheloe Spay/Neuter Clinic: Fredericksburg (low-cost spay/neuter, microchips)

Voices for Animals: Charlottesville and surrounding counties (feral cat spay/neuter and vaccination; weather-proof shelters for outdoor dogs)

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Northwest Spay & Neuter Center: Tacoma (spay/neuter assistance for owned pets and feral cats)

Concern for Animals: Thurston, Mason and Lewis Counties (spay/neuter, pet food and veterinary care assistance)

Forget Me Not Animal Shelter: Republic (spay/neuter assistance)

Humane Society for Seattle/King County: Bellevue (low-income senior citizen’s pet food assistance, discounted spay/neuter and microchipping, pet project assistance for individuals disabled by AIDS)

Olympic Mountain Pet Pals: Jefferson County (spay/neuter assistance for low-income pet owners, TNR for community cats)

PAWS of Bainbridge Island: Bainbridge Island and North Kitsap (spay/neuter, vaccination, pet food, veterinary care assistance; additional services for seniors)

Seattle Humane Society: Seattle (services for low-income, disabled, and senior pet owners: spay/neuter, vaccination, pet food, veterinary care assistance)

Progressive Animal Welfare Society: Lynnwood (spay/neuter assistance, microchip and vaccination assistance, behavior helpline)

Spokane Valley Regional Animal Protection Service: Spokane Valley (spay/neuter assistance)

Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine Good Samaritan Fund (veterinary care assistance)

Whatcom Humane Society: Bellingham (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Whidbey Animals’ Improvement Foundation (WAIF): Whidbey Island (spay/neuter assistance for owned cats and ferals, crisis care assistance, pet food banks, and temporary foster care)

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West Virginia

Monroe County Animal League, Inc.: Union (spay/neuter assistance)

The National Humane Education Society: Charles Town (spay/neuter assistance)

Promise Animal League: Falling Waters (pet food)

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The Dodge County Humane Society: Juneau (pet food, spay/neuter assistance, temporary foster program)

Eau Claire County Humane Association: Eau Claire (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)

Fox Valley Humane Society: Appleton (temporary boarding program)

The Humane Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha: Waukesha (assistance with spay/neuter, pet food and short term fostering for pets displaced from their homes); contact HAWS’ Shelter Manager:, 262-542-8851

Wisconsin Humane Society: (spay/neuter assistance program, vaccines, pet food and supplies for families in need, community cat caregivers program)

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Central Wyoming Spay & Neuter Foundation: spay/neuter vouchers

Cheyenne Animal Shelter: low-cost spay/neuter and trap-neuter-return for community cats

Wyoming Spay and Neuter: low-cost spay/neuter for pets and feral cats


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