If your kitten can get pregnant as early as 4 months of age (and she can!), and gives birth to 6 female kittens, and those 6 kittens get pregnant at 4 months, how many kittens will you have in two years?
Answer: TOO MANY!
Thousands of pets die each year in our local shelter. Hundreds of unwanted puppies and kittens are dropped off at the shelter every breeding season. Most will die there. All because unsterilized pets are free to roam and breed.
Don’t be a part of the problem – you can be part of the solution!
Walton Animal Guild offers financial assistance to qualified Walton County residents to have their animals spayed or neutered through our Spay Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP).
Eligibility: Pet owners must be residents of Walton County and currently receive the following types of government assistance to be eligible for the program:
- SSI or Social Security
- Unemployment benefits
- Food stamps
The pet MUST belong to the individual receiving benefits. Pet owners must furnish proof of identity and verification of government benefits prior to surgery. WAG will fund all or part of surgery expense at participating veterinarians. A minimum co-pay will apply.
Don’t qualify for the SNAP program? Paradox Spay Neuter Clinic offers low-cost sterilization options to residents of Walton County. Visit their website atwww.paradoxspayneuter.com.
For other low-cost spay/neuter resources, visit GA Pet Resources atwww.gapetresources.com.
Click Below to Apply for WAG’s Spay/Neuter Assistance Program.
Application for Walton Animal Guild’s
Spay/Neuter Assistance Program
Applicants can apply for WAG spay/neuter subsidies for only one (1) animal during a three month period. A co-pay of $25 is required at the time of surgery, payable to the participating veterinary clinic.