Animal Pawtectors mission is to provide high-quality, high-volume, low-cost spay and neuter services as a humane, sustainable solution to the overpopulation of cats and dogs in our community. In alliance with our mission, we are dedicated to helping any animal in need by placing them in foster homes, providing all veterinary care, rehabilitating them physically and emotionally, spaying and neutering and finding them permanent loving homes.
OOur vision is to end the euthanasia of adoptable cats and dogs and minimize the number of abandoned animals in our communities.
10 Ways You Can Help
- Spay and Neuter your pets! Over 10 million ADOPTABLE animals die each year in the United States, simply because they have no home! Help prevent unwanted litters by spaying and neutering.
- Foster a dog or cat! You are their life line and temporary home until a permanent home is found. All expenses are paid, they simply need your love, a little training and a place to hang out temporarily.
- Consider adopting instead of buying a pet. Rescued pets, make the best pets.
- Be an advocate! Spread the word, network and share the stories of animals needing a safe, loving home.
- If you see something, say something! Ignoring an animal in need is not the answer. Speak up and be their voice, there are groups like us standing by to help!
- Volunteer at the local shelter
- Donate! Funds are always in short supply and each animal has to be properly “vetted” before it is place in a forever home. (This includes spay/neutering, heartworm testing, vaccinations, general wellness check and addressing a multitude of health issues including Heartworm disease.)
- Ask your employer if they have a Matching Funds Campaign. Many employers will match your donation dollar for dollar. If Animal Pawtectors is not on their list, let us know, we will fill out any paperwork needed. Every dollar helps!
- Include Animal Pawtectors or your favorite charity in your will or life insurance policy.
- Organize a fundraiser in your community. Get young children involved and bring awareness to the needs of unwanted animals