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Camden County Animal Shelter (Blackwood, New Jersey 08012) fights to reduce the overwhelming stray/unwanted animal population in its county. CCAS is an open admissions shelter and takes in over 6,000 companion animals from 17 municipalities in Camden County every year. In 2004, the Animal Welfare Society of Camden County, which currently runs the Camden County Animal Shelter, took over the shelter’s activities. CCAS now does three major things: provide shelter for stray/unwanted animals, find those animals loving homes, and provide low-cost spay/neuter services.

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Ruckus (Animal ID #33788693)

CCAS is an open admissions shelter. Its 40+ full and part-time staff work hard to find loving homes for each and every animal that enters the shelter’s doors. The 2011 Animal Intake and Disposition Survey shows that Camden County performs much better than its surrounding counties.

In addition to taking in animals, CCAS holds a multitude of events every year in order to help those looking to adopt to find the animal of their dreams, be it an adoption event or a full-blown gala. Lastly, CCAS provides Camden County with low-cost spay and neutering options. By providing the service at such a low cost, CCAS hopes to reduce the number of stray/unwanted animals in the county.

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Fort Collins Cat Rescue & Spay/Neuter Clinic (Fort Collins, Colorado 80524) is a “Limited Admission, Adoption Guarantee Shelter.” This means we have to limit how many cats and kittens we take in due to space and financial restrictions, but we guarantee that every feline we rescue will be put up for adoption or will stay with us until it finds its forever home. We use humane euthanasia only as a last resort for critically ill or suffering cats and do not unnecessarily euthanize animals to free up shelter space.

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We hope to someday in the future be able to operate as an “Open Admission, Adoption Guarantee Shelter.”

We are 100% committed to every cat that comes to our shelter, and will do our best to make sure it goes to the perfect home. If for any reason an adopter cannot keep the kitty they adopted from us, we will always take it back.

Fort Collins Cat Rescue & Spay/Neuter Clinic operates the only truly low-cost spay/neuter clinic in the area. The numbers of unwanted pets that will be prevented from entering this world brings an entirely new sense of satisfaction to all of the people involved.

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VT-CAN! (Middlesex, Vermont 05602) is a stationary, reduced-cost, high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter clinic located in Middlesex, Vermont.

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The NUMBER ONE killer of dogs and cats in this country is euthanasia due to overpopulation. The cure is simple: spay or neuter dogs and cats before they have or help make a litter.

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Spay Oklahoma (Tulsa, Oklahoma 74106) is a non-profit organization founded in Tulsa in 2004 in response to Oklahoma’s serious pet overpopulation problem. More than 60 percent of pets become unwanted and will be abandoned or end up in pounds, shelters, or research labs.

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Our mission is to eliminate pet overpopulation by providing low-cost spay and neuter services to pet owners who cannot afford this important step in care of their dogs and cats.

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The mission of Altered Tails (Phoenix, Arizona 85021; Mesa, Arizona 85207; Tucson, Arizona 85706) is to provide accessible and affordable spay/neuter solutions for companion animals and free-roaming cats.

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Our vision is to eliminate euthanasia as a means of population control for companion animals and free-roaming cats. We are a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing high quality professional veterinary services and are committed to:

  • Provide affordable spay/neuter service to owners who could not afford to do so otherwise.
  • Offer affordable vaccines and other vital services to owners of companion pets and rescue organizations.
  • Reduce the number of feral cats living in our communities through our Trap, Neuter, Return (TNR) program.
  • Help eliminate euthanasia as a form of population control.

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The Center for Animal Health & Welfare (Easton, Pennsylvania 18042) is a private organization. We are not affiliated with any other SPCA or ASPCA. We are not a government agency, but are a non-profit organization with a 501(c)(3) status. In 2003, we committed ourselves to saving lives and became a no-kill shelter. We are dedicated to providing a safe and healthy environment for animals. We have improved our foster program, increased adoptions and offer a low-cost spay/neuter program.

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We make every effort to find loving homes for these scared and lonely pets. We do not set a fixed time limit on animals, but keep them for as long as they remain adoptable.

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The mission of Missaukee Humane Society (Lake City, Michigan 49651) is to benefit animals by providing education, guidance and shelter as needed in order to support a safe, healthy and nurturing environment for animals. Our commitment is to serve as a partner in creating and sustaining this environment for animals both in the shelter as well as in the community.

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Our goal is that each animal lives in a healthy and safe home that is most capable of meeting that animal’s needs. We will provide shelter for each animal in our care until such a home is found. We will provide ongoing support as needed throughout their lifetime.

We assist the adoptive owner in preparing for the joy and responsibility of adopting an animal by providing education and guidance on successfully meeting the challenges that are a natural part of the adoption process as they arise throughout the animal’s life.

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The mission of the Ark-Valley Humane Society (Buena Vista, Colorado 81211; Poncha Springs, Colorado 81242) is to:

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Shilo (Animal ID #22433411)

  • Maintain a compassion, no-kill animal shelter for homeless, lost, and unwanted pets without regard for time or space
  • Reduce the number of unwanted pets through spay/neuter programs
  • Connect homeless pets and adoptive homes
  • Offer support services to prevent cruelty to animals
  • Present public education for responsible pet ownership

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The mission of Ace of Spays (Hainesport, New Jersey 08036) is to help pet lovers by optimizing spay/neuter care.

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For over a decade, Dr. Cobb worked exclusively for shelter spay/neuter clinics. Though gratifying, suggestions to optimize care were often rejected. High-volume clinics exist to end pet overpopulation. Affordability is essential. Clients looking for optimal care had the option of private practice but Dr. Cobb envisioned something even better.

At Ace of Spays, Dr. Cobb’s experience creates affordability but optimal care is the practice focus.  The practice’s unique mission is a game-changer.  Look at a Side-By-Side Comparison to see the differences between high-volume clinics, Ace of Spays clinics, Ace of Spays’ private service and other practice’s private service.

Owner/caretakers, rescues, trappers and breeders know that regardless of “ownership,” Ace of Spays treats every pet on an individual basis, putting optimal comfort and safety above affordability. Newly hired staff members routinely comment that even in the clinic setting, care is equal to or better than they have seen in private appointments at full-service veterinary practices.

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The Animal Care Council (Endicott, New York 13760) is a local, non-profit organization run almost entirely by volunteers. We are funded entirely by donations and the money we make at our fundraisers. We also occasionally receive grants from companies in our community.

We exist because many pets in our area, particularly cats, find themselves homeless. New kittens are born each year, yet they don’t always find a home. Some people do abandon their pets, and some people simply can no longer care for them. Many wonderful pets are left with no one to care for them, and that is where ACC comes in.

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ACC was formed in 1978 by a group of caring people who wanted do something about the growing over-population of cats. In the beginning, all of our rescue cats were being cared for in individual homes. Then in 1999, we were able to locate ourselves in a storefront at 131 Washington Avenue in Endicott, and there our Adoption Center and low cost Spay/Neuter Clinic got a permanent home.

Our biggest cause is the promotion of spaying and neutering your cats. We run a low cost Spay/Neuter Clinic once a week to help with this. By offering this service (for cats only), we can help control the over-population problem that exists with cats by preventing unwanted or unintentional kittens from being born.

We provide shelter, food, love, and medical care to homeless cats at our Adoption Center and try our very best to find them their forever homes. They remain with us here until that happens, no matter how long it takes.

Cats who need special care and special owners are housed on the second floor of the Adoption Center. These cats live upstairs for various reasons, ranging from the need for a quieter environment to the need for prescription cat food. All of them have positive qualities and are just as loving as their downstairs pals. They’re just waiting for special owners willing to open their homes and their hearts. The cats upstairs have wonderful dedicated volunteers who spend time with them every single day. Our staff at the front desk have photos of the upstairs cats and brief descriptions of their needs.

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