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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.

Other Spay/Neuter Resources

Spay Alabama's goal is to end the euthanasia of healthy and treatable dogs and cats in Alabama. The program was set into motion by Lynne Fridley of Maddie’s Fund, and Esther Mechler, Founder of SPAY USA. The program provides a single center, a single phone call that accesses all sorts of useful information regarding the various spay/neuter delivery systems, clinics and programs statewide. This means that even people in the poorest, most isolated parts of the state can, with a single (free) phone call, find their nearest affordable spay/neuter program and how to get help. Spay Alabama also identifies areas of no service and helps get programs started in those areas.

A single toll free number eliminates confusion and runaround. Toll free numbers afford accessibility to everyone, even those without computers. With high-volume low-cost spay/neuter clinics in Birmingham, Dothan, Montgomery and Mobile and the new ALVMA car tag program, Spay Alabama directs pet owners from around the state to regional surgery sites.

Contact Spay Alabama*
Phone: 1-866-9-SPAY AL
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*The Spay Alabama hotline is answered Mon-Fri from 7AM-2PM.

Announcing New Spay/Neuter P.S.A.

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

Our sponsors impact the people and animals in the community. We appreciate their support!

 Tuscaloosa Nephrology is a proud sponsor of T-Town Paws






Buffalo Rock Logo
 Drake Printers

Jamison Money Farmer PC

Med Center North/
Med Center South

Reese Phifer Jr.
Memorial Foundation

Rumsey Environmental


Wright Hurd Properties, LLC

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