In 2009 alone, T-Town PAWS rescued, cared for, and spayed or neutered nearly 700 unwanted animals from our community's shelter - animals who otherwise faced euthanasia for lack or space or time at the shelter. Your donations are greatly needed.
T-Town PAWS is pleased to share information on available spay/neuter assistance. Currently there are two low-cost spay/neuter resources available to Alabama residents:
The Alabama Spay/Neuter Clinic, one of The Humane Alliance's high-volume clinics opening across the country, opened in the Birmingham area on June 3, 2008. The clinic's goal is to stem the tide of unwanted and abandoned companion animals by offering low cost spay and neuter surgeries. Check them out at: www.alabamaspayneuterclinic.com
Here's their fee schedule: http://www.alabamaspayneuterclinic.com/fees.php
Appointments are required. For drop-off, appointments can be made by calling 205-956-0012. Regular transports are available to and from Birmingham - for information and/or to make an appointment & schedule transport, here's the contact information: http://www.alabamaspayneuterclinic.com/transport.php
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The North Alabama Spay Neuter Assistance Association has opened its non-profit, high quality, low cost, spay and neuter facility located at 3303 N. Memorial Pkwy Huntsville Alabama 35810-2407. Phone 256-489-0418 for an appointment. Website: www.nalspayneuter.org
Alabama Veterinary Medical Foundation Spay/Neuter License Plate Surgery Program to assist Medicaid families.
Order your spay/neuter specialty plate today! The cost of the plate is $50.00 like other specialized tags, with the proceeds going to the Alabama Veterinary Medical Foundation (ALVMF) to assist Medicaid families with the cost of spaying and neutering their pets. $41.25 of each sale goes to the Foundation. Tags are available at all local county license plate issuing offices. Help reduce the number of unwanted pets by participating in the ALVMF spay/neuter license plate program.
To see if you qualify for the Spay/Neuter License Plate Surgeries,and to find a participating veterinary clinic in your county. Click Here
Spay & Neuter P.S.A.
Cesar Millan and The Millan Foundation launched a new public service campaign on July 9, 2010, aimed at raising awareness in the Spanish-speaking community of the importance of spaying and neutering pets and its direct impact on canine overpopulation.
The campaign is the long-awaited result of the partnership between the Millan Foundation and Lopez Negrete Communications, Inc. It features television, radio, and print ads, and a community relations effort by Cesar himself which will seek to bring his spay and neuter message to Spanish-speaking dog owners. The campaign is focused on raising awareness of the consequences of pet overpopulation, which includes leaving over 4.5 million dogs and cats to die in local animal shelters each year due to a lack of space.
Our sponsors impact the people and animals in the community. We appreciate their support!
Jamison Money Farmer PC
Med Center North/Med Center South
Reese Phifer Jr. Memorial Foundation
Wright Hurd Properties, LLC
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