A Message from the ASPCA Regarding H.B. 1175
Pet homelessness is a serious problem in Indiana. Every year, tens of thousands of adoptable dogs and cats die because there are not enough homes for them. What’s more, shelters and local governments spend millions in tax dollars caring for pets who are eventually euthanized.
The euthanasia of otherwise healthy pets is a tragedy that can be prevented, but we need your help. Please voice your support for this humane bill now!
What You Can Do
Indiana’s animals and overburdened animal shelters are counting on you. Visit the ASPCA Advocacy Center today to contact your state representative in Indianapolis and urge him or her to support this humane bill.
Thank you, Indiana!
Spay-Neuter Services of Indiana provides spay & neuter assistance.
SNSI helps Hoosiers get them fixed by providing low-cost surgery certificates to limited-income individuals and free surgery certificates to 501(c)(3) non-profit animal welfare groups and municipal shelters. A statewide network of veterinarians graciously discount their services for our clients, and SNSI pays the remaining cost. Since our inception in 1977, we have helped more than 85,000 families spay or neuter their pets.
In addition to providing direct services, SNSI also works to provide information regarding resources in your area. Learn more by visiting our Indiana Animals Resources Listed by County map.
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The Spay-Neuter Assistance Program is for limited income pet owners. Pet owners pay $20 per surgery in SNSI’s statewide network after meeting eligibility requirements.
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A Message from the ASPCA Regarding H.B. 1175 Pet homelessness is a serious problem in Indiana. Every year, tens of thousands of adoptable dogs and cats die because there are not enough homes for them. What’s more,...