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« on: December 18, 2009, 10:01:46 AM »

Kentucky-LaGrange-Oldham County-

http://www.humanesocietyoldhamcounty.com/

Humane Society Oldham County
P O Box 727
LaGrange, KY  40031
502-222-7537

humanesocietyoc@att.net

The Humane Society of Oldham County is an all-volunteer non profit organization located in Oldham County, Kentucky.  We are a no-kill organization and currently involved in:

Providing low-cost spay/neuter clinics for those who cannot afford veterinary care
Humanely managing colonies of feral (wild) cats in our county

Fostering homeless animals
Assisting local residents who need temporary help caring for their animals

For more information on donations, memorials/honorariums, memberships, volunteering,
or any of our programs, please contact us
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« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2009, 10:02:46 AM »

Kentucky-Georgetown-Scott County-

http://www.sc4paws.org/schs_info.htm

Scott County Humane Society
Mailing Address:
PO Box 821
Georgetown, KY 40324

Physical Address:
Indian Acres Shopping Center
751 Sloan Drive, Suite 14
Georgetown, KY 40324

Phone: 502-863-3279 - please leave a message

office@sc4paws.org

http://www.sc4paws.org/Programs.htm

Spay Neuter It Program (SNIP) is a low cost option for pet owners who cannot afford the full price of a spay/neuter and is open to any pet owner in any county. SNIP is held once or twice a month, depending on demand, at the SCHS facility located in the Indian Acres shopping center in Georgetown.  Call 502-863-3279 for more information or to get scheduled for the next available S.N.I.P clinic.

Spay Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP) offers free spay/neuters to Scott County Resident pet owners receiving Medicare and is held in conjunction with S.N.I.P.
Call 502-863-3279 for more information or to get scheduled for the next available S.N.A.P clinic.

The SCHS Trap, Neuter/Spay and Return Program (TNR) provides residents in and around Scott County with a great resource for getting outside cats spayed/neutered at our monthly clinic.

This program is FREE of charge for participating Scott County residents, and a small charge exists for out-of-county residents. Donations are always accepted to help this vital program "spay it forward" and continue its success in saving lives now and in years to come.

Scheduled appointments are required and openings do fill up quickly, so please email
schspurrs@aol.com or call 502-863-3279 to get more info and to schedule cats for an upcoming TNR clinic!
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« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2009, 10:03:15 AM »

Kentucky-Harrodsburg-

http://mercerhumane.com/

Mercer Humane Society
Street Address: 132 N Main St, Harrodsburg, KY 40330
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 314, Harrodsburg, KY 40330
Phone: (859) 734- 9500

mercerhumane@hotmail.com

http://mercerhumane.com/spay_neuter.html

June 1, 2007, Mercer Humane Society opened a Spay/Neuter Clinic to help reduce the pet over population in Mercer and surrounding communities   In September, 2008, the spay/neuter clinic formed it’s own corporation and is now known as Critters Without Litters.  It continues to work with citizens of Mercer and surrounding counties to reduce pet overpopulation by providing high quality, low cost spays and neuters for companion animals.  The clinic is located at 165 Eminence Ave in Harrodsburg and schedules appointments for Monday (and sometimes alternate Wednesday). All surgeries are by appointment only.

Financial assistance is available and we will work with those who need help and those with multiple animals.

You may reach the clinic at (859) 734-0199.


Application forms at link.
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« Reply #3 on: December 18, 2009, 10:03:46 AM »

Kentucky-Knob Lick-South Central Kentucky near Bowling Green-

http://www.safeharboarfarm.org/shcontact.htm

Note: this is for pigs only.

Safe Harboar Farm
Mail: 411 Wood Road
Knob Lick, KY 42154
Phone: 270-453-3897

Safeharboar@scrtc.com

This is a sanctuary for all types of pigs. 

http://www.safeharboarfarm.org/shservices.htm

The Helping Hoof

Outreach to Pigs in Need

Providing assistance to pigs in distress for spay/neuter, medical care, & habitat correction.  For more information e-mail
Safeharboar@scrtc.com
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« Reply #4 on: December 18, 2009, 10:04:14 AM »

Kentucky-Lawrenceburg-Anderson County

http://www.andersonhumane.org/

Anderson Humane Society
1410 Versailles Road
Lawrenceburg, KY 40342
(502) 839-8339


http://www.dcr.net/~humane/SNAP.html

The Anderson Humane Society is proud to announce that we have recently received a spay/neuter grant from the state and would like to offer discounted spay/neuter vouchers to those in our community who have pets that have not been “fixed”. This program is open to Anderson County residents only, and is limited to two vouchers per household per month. There will be a small co-pay for each pet, depending on species, gender, and size. Co-pays range from $20 to $35.

Last year, the Humane Society took in over 1,000 stray, abandoned, or unwanted animals. A strong spay/neuter initiative is the solution to lowering our intake rate, and will in turn decrease our euthanasia rate due to overcrowding of the shelter. Our adoption rates will increase due to less “free” puppies and kittens being given away in the community.

We strongly urge you to apply to participate in our discount voucher program, and want to note that this program is NOT limited to low-income families. Anyone can participate in our program, no matter how high or low their income.


Application forms at link.
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« Reply #5 on: December 18, 2009, 10:04:44 AM »

Kentucky-Lawrenceburg-

http://www.hollys.org/

Holly's Place Animal Rescue
P. O. Box 455
Lawrenceburg, KY 40342
(502) 859-5342

vmmking@roadrunner.com

http://www.hollys.org/ferals.html

Feral cat program.

http://www.hollys.org/spayapp.html

Spay/neuter application for dogs and cats.
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« Reply #6 on: December 18, 2009, 10:05:15 AM »

Kentucky-Louisville-

http://www.kyhumane.org/

http://www.kyhumane.org/component/option,com_philaform/Itemid,37/form_id,1/

Contact page at link.

Kentucky Humane Society

http://www.kyhumane.org/content/view/10/13/

http://www.kyhumane.org/content/view/10/13/1/1/

Spay and neuter clinic information at links.  Vaccinations, some lab tests, nail trims and microchipping available at clinic.

http://www.kyhumane.org/content/view/10/13/1/2/

"Financial Fix” Program
If you are unable to afford our low-cost services, the S.N.I.P. Clinic offers financial assistance options to those who qualify. Please call 502-636-FIX1 (3491) to learn more about our “Financial Fix” program and how you can apply.


http://www.kyhumane.org/content/view/10/13/1/3/

Free Pit Bull Surgeries
Because of the overpopulation of this breed in our area, no pit bull will be turned away as a S.N.I.P. Clinic client, regardless of the owner’s financial situation. KHS will reserve several surgery spots each day to perform free pit bull surgeries for those who cannot afford the low-cost rates. 

Please call 502-636-FIX1 (3491) to learn more about free spay/neuter surgeries at no cost.
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« Reply #7 on: December 18, 2009, 10:05:46 AM »

Kentucky-Middlesboro-Bell County-

http://www.shelter-friends.org/spay1.htm

Friends of the Shelter
P.O. Box 2534
Middlesboro, Kentucky 40965
606.337.2005


Spay and Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP):

Each client completes SNAP application.  The SNAP program is for individual pet owners who need assistance in getting their pets spayed or neutered.
The client pays as much as they can afford of the cost of the spay/neuter surgery. Friends of the Shelter will pay any remaining expense for the operation, keeping in mind that the more each client pays, the more people we can help.

In addition, each animal will receive current vaccinations costing between $9.00 and $16.00, and paid for by the client. This means that the client will pay at least $9.00/animal, and then as much of the remaining cost of surgery as they desire.


http://www.shelter-friends.org/spay2.htm

At least once each year the FOS hosts a free clinic for for pet owners who need financial assistance in getting their pet spayed or neutered. These clinics are for cats or dogs that are in good health who old enough for the spay/neuter surgery, and for pet owners who qualify for the financial assistance.
   
Each clinic will spay or neuter as many as 80 animals, providing basic health checkups on each along with some vaccinations. The clinics are funded through the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), and are are limited to families earning no more than $15,000 a year, or to elderly or disabled individuals living on Social Security. Proof of income is required.


Contact Friends of the Shelter for more information on the next free spay/neuter clinic.
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« Reply #8 on: December 18, 2009, 10:06:21 AM »

Kentucky-Mt. Washington-Bullitt County

http://www.hopeforpets.org/

HOPE for Pets, Inc.
218 Red Cardinal Drive
Mt. Washington, KY  40047


http://www.hopeforpets.org/Contact%20Us.htm

Please contact the one of the following people if you have questions or need additional information.  Or, call 955-3586 and a volunteer will contact you within 24 hours.

KathyRice@hopeforpets.org
SherryRichardson@hopeforpets.org
PatRice@hopeforpets.org

HOPE for Pets is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization.  We are dedicated to improving the lives of stray, shelter and companion animals in Bullitt County, Ky.  Our programs are designed to eliminate pet overpopulation and provide assistance for pet care needs to the elderly, low-income and special need members of our community.

http://www.hopeforpets.org/Jordan%20Memorial%20Fund.htm

The Jordan Memorial Fund

Veterinarian Medical Assistance for Seniors with Senior Pets

There are proven benefits to owning a pet and our goal at HOPE for Pets is to help prevent any senior from having to give up their senior pet due to not being able to afford their pet's medical bills.
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« Reply #9 on: December 18, 2009, 10:06:58 AM »

Kentucky-Richmond-Madison County-

http://www.humanesocietyall.com/contact/

Humane Society, A.L.L.
P.O. Box 2094
Richmond, Kentucky  40476
Voice Mail - (859) 626-5600

info@humanesocietyall.com

http://www.humanesocietyall.com/spayneuter/program/

We can help curb the increase in number of unwanted animals through our Discount Spay/Neuter Program.  The program provides qualifying residents with the means to have their pets altered at a much reduced rate. 
 
This discount is offered through the cooperation of the Humane Society, A.L.L., Madison County area veterinarians, the Madison County Fiscal Court, and the City of Richmond for residents of Madison County only.  Authorization of this certificate is dependent on the availability of funds.  More than 80% of the funds used for this program must be raised by the Society.

If you have adequate income to have your pet spayed or neutered, please do not apply.  This program is intended for low-income individuals and/or individuals on governmental support (SSI, Disability, etc).


Application at link.
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« Reply #10 on: December 18, 2009, 10:07:58 AM »

Kentucky-Bardstown-

http://198.171.93.116/

Nelson County Animal Shelter
Humane Society of Nelson County
Nelson County Animal Control and Protection
2391 New Haven Rd.
Bardstown, KY 40004
502-349-2082, ext 201

humane-societync@att.net
502-348-1865
ncac@att.net

The Nelson County Animal Shelter is home to both agencies.

http://198.171.93.116/spayneuter.htm

The Humane Society of Nelson County has two programs designed to help owners who cannot afford regular prices for spay/neuter surgery. Our programs are intended for people on public assistance, disability, social security, or temporarily stressed financially. We also will help caretakers of feral cat colonies, or people who have out-of-control populations ("barn cats"), or other special circumstances.

Cats-Spay/neuter surgery is done at our weekly clinic in Bardstown by veterinarians who come over from Versailles. The surgeries cost us approximately $25 for females and $15 for males, and we ask for a donation to cover expenses. We never turn anyone away for inability to pay.

Dogs-Our organization received grant money from the DJ&T Foundation in California so that we can offer vouchers to help with the cost of surgery at a private veterinary clinic. These vouchers are honored by all Bardstown veterinarians and by some clinics in surrounding counties. Voucher amounts vary with individual case.

Applications at link above.
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« Reply #11 on: December 18, 2009, 10:08:26 AM »

Kentucky-Bowling Green-Warren County-

http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/bgwchs.html

Bowling Green Warren Co. Humane Society
1924 Louisville Road
P. O. Box 1456 (mailing address)
Bowling Green, KY 42102
Phone: 270-783-9404
FAX: 270-842-8687

LorriC143@aol.com

Low Cost Spay & Neuter

On-Site Spay/Neuter Clinic At BG/WC Humane Society
We accept dogs/cats from out of state & out of county, anyone willing to drive is welcome

Dogs- $65.......Cats- $45
$6 rabies vaccination (mandatory if pet is not current)
$10 dhlpp & fvrcp vaccinations (yearly dog & cat booster vaccinations)
$6 bordetella vaccination (kennel cough booster)
$15 for heartworm testing
$20 felv/fiv testing
$5-$15 for deworming
$20 for 24 PetWatch Microchip ~Permanent Identification~(no annual fee)
Call 270-842-8572 or 270-783-9404 for details!

You must come to the shelter & fill out the required paperwork & pre-pay in order to make an appointment. If you are out of county or out of state, please feel welcome to make an appointment and pay over the phone via credit card.
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« Reply #12 on: December 18, 2009, 10:08:52 AM »

Kentucky-Glasgow-Barren County-

http://www.glasgowanimalshelter.org/special_programs.htm

Barren River Animal Welfare Association
175 Trojan Trail
Glasgow, KY 42141
Phone: (270) 651-7297

info@glasgowanimalshelter.org

If you want to be a responsible pet owner but can’t afford spay or neuter surgery, the Barren River Animal Welfare Association can help. Low cost spay/neuter vouchers are available at the animal shelter on Trojan Trail. Do it now to prevent unwanted litters of puppies and kittens.
 
Cost:
Dogs - $65
Cats - $45

People on public assistance is Dogs $25.00 and Cats  $20.00

We will be open Mon., Tues, Thurs., and Friday from 10 to 5 Saturday from 10 to 4 and will be closed on Wednesday and Sunday. Call the shelter at 270-651-7297 for more information.

Pick up vouchers at the animal shelter on Trojan Trail. Hours: 10 to 4 Monday through Friday.
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