STATE AND LOCAL SPAY-NEUTER EFFORTS
DECREASE NUMBER OF HOMELESS ANIMALS
A primary goal of the Foundation for Animals is to reduce the number of litters that are unwanted or abandoned at human society shelters. The Foundation issues vouchers to help defray the cost of spay-neuter surgery when pet owners cannot afford the full cost. Since 1992, over $85,000 has been dedicated to the program and 3,700 pets have been altered through assistance from the program. We also work with other animal groups, helping to fund spay-neuter clinics. These combined efforts have succeeded in dramatically reducing the overpopulation of pets and feral cats.
 
EMERGENCY FUNDS BENEFIT PETS AND PEOPLE

A beloved pet is often considered a family member and sometimes a pet is the only family a person has. Paying the full cost of unexpected veterinary expenses can be difficult or impossible for some low or fixed income pet owners. FFA's emergency funds program is designed to help pet owners in that situation.