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Our region has many organizations that offer low-cost spay/neuter services.


Keeping your pet's vaccinations up-to-date is crucial to your pet's health.

Pet Wellness

Highly adoptable pets are available from the area's rescue groups and shelters.


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No other disease or condition of companion animals takes as many lives as euthanasia. In fact, no other disease comes close.” — Janet M. Scarlett, DVM, Cornell University

Caring for Feral Cats

Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is a humane and effective approach for feral cats, resulting in healthier cats and decreasing numbers of colonies. Socialized, stray cats that are found in the population can be rescued and adopted out. Often, volunteers operate as caretakers, feeding and managing a colony. If you are interested in learning more about this program, contact Friends of Feral Felines, which provides networking, education, and assistance for Charlotte and the surrounding areas. You can contact them at  704-348-1578, e-mail: feralangels@gmail.com

We developed this website in response to our growing concern about the pet overpopulation in the Charlotte region.

But, we are among the region's residents who believe this isn't a hopeless situation; there are programs that are known to assist in lowering these numbers.

What programs work? Initiatives like this are making a difference in other communities nationwide:

If your pets are already spayed or neutered, up to date on their vaccinations and have regular check-ups – Great! For too many pets in our area, this is not the case. Share this website and follow us on Facebook.

We CAN make a difference!

Special Pricing

Each month, we share special fees that organizations have available for the month. Check out these and more special fees on our Spay/Neuter and Wellness pages.

Need Help?

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