Spay Day ~ Annual Campaign of the Humane Society

Every year millions of unwanted dogs and cats, including puppies and kittens, are needlessly euthanized. The good news is that every pet owner can make a difference. By having your dog or cat spayed or neutered. Click here for more FAQS about spay and neuter process.

Spay Day is an annual campaign of The Humane Society of the United States and Humane Society International to inspire people to save animal lives by spaying or neutering pets and feral cats.

How can you be a part? Vote in the Spay Day Pet Photo Contest!

Help groups win prizes and raise lifesaving funds for spay/neuter by voting for some of your favorite shelter/rescue adoptables. Each vote for SNAP costs just $1 (tax-deductible), with the money going to the eligible Spay Day Event Organizer of your choice to spay or neuter even more pets. Spay Day 2010 photo contest voters raised more than $253,000 for 225 U.S. event organizers, which organizers estimate will allow them to spay or neuter more than 8,500 additional animals. 

Below is a link to Bella and brother Neeko who are contestants in the Spay Day Pet Photo Contest. Both were abandoned at the south shelter at 4 weeks of age. Due to their young age and lack of mommy, they were to either be euthanized or raised in foster care. They flourished in SNAP* foster and have just celebrated their 1st birthdays with their forever families. ~Vote for Neeko and Bella Here~

SNAP
~Provide low-cost spay and neuter services where they are most needed. Our Neuter Scooter is a mobile clinic which allows us to fix pets right in low-income neighborhoods. Over 14,000 animals have been fixed on the bus since 2003
~Support local shelters, by placing “last chance” animals into kitty and doggie foster homes
~Provide referrals to veterinarians who offer discounted spay/neuter surgeries. We also supply information on coupons and rebates you can use to cut the cost of fixing your pet
~Teach people about dog bite prevention, pet care, and why it’s important to fix our pets. Our education programs reach thousands of children and adults throughout San Diego County with classes and workshops for all ages
~Take pride in our networking approach: we work with animal shelters and rescues, veterinarians, politicians, the media, and of course the citizens we serve

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