Carroll County Cat and Dog Spay/Neuter Assistance
The Sewell Foundation has teamed up with the Carroll County Humane Society to provide cat spay/neuter assistance to those in Carroll County needing financial help sterilizing their cats. The Two Mauds Foundation and McAmis Foundation have provided funds for assisting spay and neuter of dogs and cats.
Sewell Cat Assistance and Fix Fido Assistance have the following qualifications: To qualify, you must live in Carroll County and fill out a form requesting assistance. These funds are limited, so we ask that you pay for part of the surgery so that we can help as many people as possible. Valid only at the West Georgia Spay Neuter Clinic.
Fill out form at clinic.
Casper's Fund is a program of Atlanta Animal Rescue Friends, Inc. (AARF) to combat the pet overpopulation crisis plaguing Atlanta and to help reduce the number of animals euthanized at shelters
This program is intended for people who need financial assistance in order to have their own pets spayed or neutered, and for people who rescue stray cats and dogs. Certificates cannot be purchased from their website - all transactions must be made by phone/mail Visit Website.
SPOT - Stopping Pet Overpopulation Together
SPOT will pay for spays/neuters for pet owners if they do not qualify for or cannot afford any other program. Phone, or email: email@example.com.
NOTE: You have to have approval from SPOT before making an appointment which can take several weeks. If approved, they will send us a certificate. If we do not have the certificate from SPOT for your animal on the day of surgery, you will be responsible for the full amount. Visit Website