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« on: December 18, 2009, 10:10:07 AM »

Louisiana-Baton Rouge-

http://caaws.org/programs/spay_neuter.htm

Capital Area Animal Welfare Society-CAAWS
6357 Quinn Drive 
Baton Rouge, LA 70817 
(225) 752-5801


Spay and neuter programs, low income and non-low income, feral cat programs.
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« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2009, 10:10:31 AM »

Louisiana-Baton Rouge-

http://cathaven.org/fixafeline.htm

http://cathaven.org/contact.htm

Note: this is for cats only.

Cat Haven
P.O. Box 86231
Baton Rouge, LA 70879-8231
(225) 636-2680


Cat Haven's Fix-A-Feline program focuses on spaying and neutering as a solution to this problem. We developed this program to aid families in the Baton Rouge area that want to have their pet spay or neutered, but cannot afford the procedure. We ask everyone who can afford to have this surgery performed for their pet, please patronize their regular veterinarian and have it done as soon as possible. We want to save these certificates for those who cannot afford to spay or neuter their pet on their own.

Our Fix-A-Feline program runs throughout the year. We have a limited number of certificates available each month, so send in your request early. Should we run out of certificates for a given month, your application will be kept on file for consideration during the following month. If you or someone you know can benefit from our program, you can fill out an application online by clicking the link below. You can also call us at 346-4238 and ask for Fix-A-Feline. If you have any questions, you may also contact us via email by visiting our Contact Us page.
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« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2009, 10:10:55 AM »

Louisiana-Baton Rouge-

http://spaybatonrouge.org/

http://spaybatonrouge.org/contact-us-mainmenu-33

Mailing Address:
Spay Baton Rouge
PO Box 82638
Baton Rouge, LA 70884-2638

A Spay Day is a day where a licensed veterinarian, vet technicians and volunteers work together to spay or neuter pets that qualified for assistance through our program. 

Spay Days occur in many locations.  The main location is at our facility, The Joan Greco Memorial Spay Baton Rouge Facility.  Mr. Joe Greco generously donates use of this building behind his business, Greco Pet Supply.  The Azalea Lakes Veterinary Clinic has also been very supportive to our mission.  They open up their clinic once a month, when it is normally closed, to spay or neuter pets for our program.  We also participate in LSU Spay Days held monthly at the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine.   

Spay and neuter programs--application online at links.
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« Reply #3 on: December 18, 2009, 10:11:20 AM »

Louisiana-Breaux Bridge-

http://www.stmartinhumane.org/spayneuter/index.shtml

St. Martin Humane Society
P.O. Box 64
Breaux Bridge, LA 70517
337-442-6150


Spay and neuter information

FREE SPAY/NEUTER - St. Martin Parish residents with $20,000 or less annual are eligible to have their pet spayed or neutered at no charge. Just complete our application and mail.

http://www.stmartinhumane.org/documents/pdf/spay_neuter.pdf

Application link.
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« Reply #4 on: December 18, 2009, 10:11:47 AM »

Louisiana-Lafayette area-

http://www.lafayetteanimalaid.org/About_LAA.html

Lafayette Animal Aid
PO Box 298
Carencro, LA 70520
(337) 896-1553

lafanimalaid@yahoo.com

http://www.lafayetteanimalaid.org/Spay_neuter.html

Spay and neuter assistance.

http://www.lafayetteanimalaid.org/Feral_Power_Too.html

Feral cat program.
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« Reply #5 on: December 18, 2009, 10:12:14 AM »

Louisiana-New Orleans-

http://www.la-spca.org/programs_services.htm

Louisiana SPCA
1700 Mardi Gras Blvd. 
New Orleans Louisiana 70114
Telephone: (504) 368-5191
Fax: (504) 368-3710


http://www.la-spca.org/prevention/vouchers.htm

Spay and neuter program with no geographic restrictions.  Assistance for low-income.  Vaccinations and microchipping also available.  Application online at link.

http://www.la-spca.org/prevention/feral.htm

Feral cat program.
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« Reply #6 on: August 20, 2010, 05:45:28 PM »

Louisiana-Shreveport-

http://www.animalwelfareinc.org/awiprograms.html

Animal Welfare, Inc.
P. O. Box 4797
Shreveport, Louisiana 71134-0797
(318) 221-0053

freemang@softdisk.com

Emergency Pet Fund
Limited financial help for emergencies.  Program is limited to available funds and to each situation.


Spay & Neuter Help

http://www.animalwelfareinc.org/awispay.html

Spay/Neuter Voucher days are held every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month except for December.
You must qualify in order to receive a voucher.
The program is based on Marital Status and Income.
Proof of income is required.

Where / When:

1st Saturday --
Broadmoor Library at 1212 Captain Shreve Drive, Shreveport, LA
10 AM till 12 Noon

3rd Saturday --
Bossier Library at 2206 Beckett Street, Bossier City, LA
1 PM till 2 PM

To Qualify:

Single and your income is $1350 or less per month
Married and your income is $2300 or less per month

Bring:

Proof of Marital Status
Proof of Income (we don't keep any of your paperwork)

We Pay:

$25 for Male Pets
$30 for Female Pets

You are responsible for the difference between the Voucher Amount and the Price Your veterinarian charges.
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« Reply #7 on: December 22, 2010, 07:14:34 PM »

Louisiana-Terrebonne parish-

http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/LA109.html

Terrebonne Parish Animal Shelter
131 Plant Road
P. O. Box 2768
Houma, LA 70363
Phone: (985) 873-6709

animalshelter@tpcg.org

http://www.dailycomet.com/article/20101222/HURBLOG/101229792?Title=Free-pet-care-services-for-struggling-residents

Daily Comet December 22, 2010

Free pet-care services for struggling residents

"Pet owners, struggling to keep their furry friends fed and healthy, can get help from the Terrebonne Parish Animal Shelter and the LaSPCA.

"The shelter, at 131 Plant Road in Houma, is offering free spay or neuter surgery with vaccinations, wellness testing, and microchip tagging through Jan. 31 for all dogs and cats belonging to residents impacted by the depressed economy.

"Earlier this year, the animal shelter began offering free food and wellness services to Terrebonne residents, such as fishermen and seafood workers, who were directly affected by the Gulf oil disaster.

"Now, however, the services are expanded to include anyone affected by the uncertain economy or the BP Deepwater Horizon rig explosion and oil disaster. That means someone, whose work hours have been cut at a restaurant or store because of slow business, can get help. Or someone whose had increased housing or medical expenses.


"Terrebonne pet owners can go to the parish animal shelter or call 873-6709 to arrange a pet-care appointment. The shelter will transport pets to local veterinarians."
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« Reply #8 on: December 22, 2010, 07:17:56 PM »

Louisiana-Lafourche parish-

http://www.dailycomet.com/article/20101222/HURBLOG/101229792?Title=Free-pet-care-services-for-struggling-residents

Daily Comet December 22, 2010

Free pet-care services for struggling residents

"Pet owners, struggling to keep their furry friends fed and healthy, can get help from the Terrebonne Parish Animal Shelter and the LaSPCA.

"The shelter, at 131 Plant Road in Houma, is offering free spay or neuter surgery with vaccinations, wellness testing, and microchip tagging through Jan. 31 for all dogs and cats belonging to residents impacted by the depressed economy.

"Earlier this year, the animal shelter began offering free food and wellness services to Terrebonne residents, such as fishermen and seafood workers, who were directly affected by the Gulf oil disaster.

"Now, however, the services are expanded to include anyone affected by the uncertain economy or the BP Deepwater Horizon rig explosion and oil disaster. That means someone, whose work hours have been cut at a restaurant or store because of slow business, can get help. Or someone whose had increased housing or medical expenses.

"Terrebonne pet owners can go to the parish animal shelter or call 873-6709 to arrange a pet-care appointment. The shelter will transport pets to local veterinarians.

"Though the Lafourche Parish Animal Shelter isn't participating in the program, residents in that parish can call the LaSPCA in New Orleans, at (504) 368-5191 for assistance."
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