Low-Cost-Free Veterinary Care

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California-Los Angeles area-


Four Legged Friends Fdtn.
1812 Overland Avenue Suite 201
Los Angeles, California 90025
tel: 310.441.2888
fax: 310.441.3874
email: info@flff.org

Another Sunny Day Fund

Imagine that your pet sick and suffering, and you cannot afford proper veterinary care. No one should have to fear for their pet’s well-being because of financial circumstances. In memory of Sunny, whose owner approached us with the dilemma of being denied veterinary care for Sunny while recovering from his own illness, we created the Another Sunny Day Fund to assist those in similar situations. 

Four Legged Friends Foundation is committed that finances need not stop a pet from getting the care it needs. Our intention is to help as many animals as possible and to expand the services of Another Sunny Day Fund to include customized veterinarian payment plans and assisting disabled and ill individuals who are in financial hardship with the daily care of their pets.

To apply for help through Another Sunny Day Fund, please fill out our application and email it to asdf@flff.org or fax it to (310) 441-3874. Due to the high number of applications, limited resources and funding, if we do not get back to you within 24 hours, we are unable to help you at this time.


Application link

California-Grass Valley-Nevada county-


Sammie's Friends
128 High Street
Grass Valley, CA 95945
(530) 272-8833


Sammie's Friends will respond to your request for assistance as soon as possible.  If this is truly an emergency, you may leave a message at (530) 272-8833.

Request help at the request form link above.

California-Lake county-


The Acme Foundation
(707) 928-5200

Assists seniors and the disabled with veterinary expenses for seriously ill pets.  The assistance is for those who are clients of the Clearlake Veterinary Clinic.

California-Merced county-


Merced County Rescue Mission
1921 Canal Street
Merced, California  95340

This is for those who are homeless.


Merced Sun-Star February 12, 2011

Vet helps the homeless care for pets

"Orlan Doser held his 3-month-old puppy, Roxie, while the little Chihuahua mix got her shots Friday morning at the Merced County Rescue Mission.
"Like all good dog owners, Doser listened as Eileen Bissmeyer, a veterinarian from Mariposa, told Doser to worm the puppy in two weeks, and handed him a tube of wormer.

""I've been coming to the mission since June of last year," said Bissmeyer, who makes the trip from her practice in the hills every month to treat the pets of the homeless for free.

"Bissmeyer works with Feeding Pets of the Homeless, a nonprofit that helps veterinarians who are willing to help the homeless."

Dr. Bissmeyer visits the mission monthly--please contact the mission to get more information.

Silicon Valley area


Humane Society Silicon Valley
901 Ames Ave.
Milpitas, CA 95035


Low cost vaccinations

Low or no cost spay and neuter for dogs, cats and rabbits.


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