For 12 years we have provided free pet food, free/low-cost spay/neuter, humane euthanasia and other services to low-income pet owners in our area. The last couple of years have hit us hard with Covid, unemployment, inflation, and the rising cost of pet food. Our donations are down, but the need continues to increase. We are unpaid volunteers who rely solely on donations. On this #givingtuesday2022 please consider a tax-deductible donation (no matter how small) to help us continue to help our community.
Tuesday, November 29, 2022
Friday, November 25, 2022
This Saturday shop local! We have lots of new items in stock and all proceeds goes to our pet food pantry.
Wednesday, November 16, 2022
Our next pet food distribution, spay/neuter sign up is Sunday, November 20th from 10 till NOON. Do NOT arrive before 9am.
To qualify for our program, you need to be a Jefferson County resident, (or rural surrounding area), provide Government documented proof of low income (in paper form), a valid id and proof of residency. We require all healthy pets in the household be spay or neutered, proof of spay/neuter required. If your pets are not fixed, we will issue a voucher to Carol House Quick Fix and cover the cost.
Tuesday, October 11, 2022
Our next pet food distribution, spay/neuter sign up is Sunday, October, 16th from 10 till NOON. Do NOT arrive before 9am.To qualify for our program, you need to be a Jefferson County resident, provide Government documented proof of low income (in paper form), a valid id and proof of residency. We require all healthy pets in the household be spay or neutered.
Through November we will have a mobile spay/neuter clinic at our pantry once a month. The cost for low-income pet owners is $25 to $50 (depending on income). Community cats are free, but donations are encouraged. This includes spay/neuter, 1 year rabies vaccination and microchip. Dogs must be under 50 lbs. We are still working with Carol House Quick Fix as well.
Winter Shelter Build, this Saturday (10/15) from noon till 3pm. We need help building shelters for outside cats this winter. We will supply the materials; you can build shelters and take them home if needed. Last winter we made/gave away over 200 shelters. If you would like to bring supplies to help us, we need: 15 x 18 x 18 Styrofoam coolers with lids (or larger), 40–55-gallon, 3 mil contractor bags (black), Gorilla duct tape, black, 30+ yards, clean, dry bales of straw.
4150 Old State Rd M, House Springs (Otto), off Old Hwy 21, behind Save-A-Lot and Dollar General Otto. Help us keep outside cats from freezing to death!