We are excited to announce that on Friday, December 8th, Prevent A Litter's Head Vet Dr. Asbury performed our 100,000th surgery on Quinn, a young female calico cat. We went on Kat Simon's show on Mix 98.1 to spread the good news. Click here to watch our Facebook Live video on our page!
We are excited to announce our first photo contest! Calling all pup-arazzi and feline photographers! Prevent A Litter is holding the Picture Pawfect Photo Contest to start a permanent spay/neuter fund for feral and community cats. Share your pet's photo to help us raise funds! ALL FUNDS WILL BE MATCHED DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR. Enter today, vote for your favorites, and share the contest link with your friends and family! The photos with the most votes will be featured on our website and social media, and the top two photos will win the prizes below!
Grand Prize: A Professional Pet Photo Session with Walker Allen Pixel Labs. www.walkerallenpixellabs.com Up to one hour at a location of your choosing including full-res digital copies of the best shots.
Runner Up Prize: A $50 gift certificate to Prevent A Litter for services or medications and a PAL Bandana.
Go To www.gogophotocontest.com/preventalitter
To Enter Your Picture Pawfect Pet Today!
Of course we can always use monetary donations, but just bringing in some of your old things or picking up some items for us at the grocery store can make a big difference too!
Here are just a couple of things we are in need of right now:
Liquid Laundry Detergent (HE)
Pet food dishes
Gently used leashes
Gently used pet toys
Industrial/Commercial Washer & Dryer
Saving Lives, One Spay/Neuter At a Time!
1. Visit the Yankee Candle Fundraising online shop here.
2. Locate the Start Shopping box and
enter Group #990098255 to make
sure PAL gets the donatiton.
3. Shop! There are seasonal items as
well as candles and décor you can
4. The items will be shipped directly to
you, so anyone can partticipate, no matter where you're located!
Since we are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, consider making a tax-deductible donation. Your donation will be directly utilized to spay or neuter a dog or cat, or to cover a special surgery for an animal that might otherwise have been euthanized due to their owner's inabilty to pay.
Your generous gift and support will prevent more unwanted animals from being born, while keeping more good homes available to those that are already waiting! With your donation, you are a part of what we do to help animals.
Click the Donate button below to donate directly to Prevent A Litter through PayPal.
Unfortunately, we are currently full for routine dog spay, dog neuter, and cat spay appointments through the end of May. We are a very small clinic and we fill up quickly due to the demand in the area for our services. We will start to schedule our June appointments on April 1st. Please call us on April 1st and leave a detailed voicemail or come in on April 1st between 9am-4pm to schedule in person. We still have cat neuter appointments available.
*If you have an emergency situation or special circumstance, please call us ASAP.
Don’t just take your dog for a walk… Take your Walk for a Dog!
Go to WoofTrax.com or the Apple App Store or Google Play to download the app, and support PAL every time you walk your dog. Even if you don't have a dog you can use a virtual dog or walk in memory of a dog. It's an easy way to help us help the animals!
Just by shopping on Amazon, you can make a donation to Prevent A Litter! Just bookmark this link and use it every time you shop.
Prevent A Litter is partnering with Yankee Candle Fundraising. 40% of your purchase will go directly to PAL and our mission. Helping animals has never smelled so good!
If you appreciate what PAL does, consider reviewing us on Great Nonprofits! Just click the button below.
Prevent A Litter is a fully licensed hospital dedicated to providing high quality, low cost spays and neuters. We opened in 1999 and have performed in excess of 100,000 spays and neuters! The mission of Prevent A Litter Veterinary Hospital is to eliminate the killing of healthy, otherwise adoptable companion animals simply because they are surplus and cannot be placed in loving homes.