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« on: December 18, 2009, 10:13:32 AM »

Maine-Lewiston area-

Greater Androscoggin Humane Society
55 Strawberry Avenue
Lewiston, Maine 04240

Phone: 207-783-2311
Fax: 207-782-5521

HELP! FIX ME Maine's Low Cost Spay/Neuter Program
You can have your cat fixed for $10, and your dog fixed for $20. Let us help you fix your cat or dog. There aren't enough homes for all of them. If you can't afford to fix your cat or dog, call 1-800-367-1317 or (207) 287-7621. You may be eligible for the state's low-cost spay/neuter program, if you receive or are eligible for one of the following programs: Food Stamps, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Social Security Disability (SSD), and/or Maine Care (Medicaid).

GAHS Spay Incentive Certificate
In an effort to cut down on the number of people who continually bring in litters of puppies or kittens from the same mothers, the Greater Androscoggin Humane Society offers spaying assistance for these moms. The owner of the mother is issued an Incentive Certificate to be used at an area veterinarian. Dogs are given a certificate for $125.00 and cats a certificate for $75.00.

Neutering Discount Assistance
The Greater Androscoggin Humane Society has funds available to offer neutering assistance to families in financial need. $25.00 for dogs and $25.00 for cats. We do have certificates available now and can be used at area veterinarians. Please call or drop by the shelter to see if you qualify.
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« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2009, 10:14:00 AM »

Maine-Portland area-

The Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland
449 Stroudwater Street   
Westbrook, Maine 04092   
mailing address: P.O. Box 336   
Westbrook, Maine 04098

Do you have a cat or a pit bull that needs to be spayed or neutered but can't afford the cost? The Animal Refuge League's Low Income Spay & Neuter Program may be able to help you and your pet.

If you qualify, we will issue you a certificate to have  your pet to be spayed or neutered at a local participating veterinarian's office for a discounted rate.

For more information, please contact Kathleen Fobear at 854-9771 ext. 110 or during regular business hours.

Application at link.
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« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2009, 10:14:28 AM »

Maine-Trenton-Hancock County-

SPCA of Hancock County
141 Bar Harbor Road
Trenton, ME 04605
Telephone: (207) 667-8088
Fax: (207) 667-8011

Prevent a Litter (The PAL Fund)

To help reduce the number of pets being surrendered to shelters, the SPCA encourages spaying or neutering of companion animals to help with overpopulation. Spaying or neutering will not only prevent unwanted litters, it will also help your pet live a healthier and longer life. The SPCA has developed the PAL (Prevent a Litter) Fund to assist area residents who would like to have their companion animals spayed or neutered but cannot afford the full-cost. While we cannot pay the entire fee for an animal to be neutered, the guardian/owner is only responsible for one-third of the final cost - the SPCA pays one-third with the participating veterinary practice covering the remaining third. We also ask that a condition of receiving a certificate that you volunteer some time at the shelter.
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« Reply #3 on: December 18, 2009, 10:15:08 AM »

Maine-West Kennebunk-

The Animal Welfare Society
Post Office Box 43
West Kennebunk, Maine 04094

State of Maine Help Fix ME Program: This program is available to residents of Maine that are on certain forms on state assistance. Call the 1-800-367-1317 number for more information.

Cleo Fund: This program helps fix cats, mixed breed dogs, and rabbits. Call 207-773-6221.

AWS Year of The Cat- It's Cool to be Fixed! We designated the year 2001 as "The Year of the Cat" and our continuing program is available to help low income residents in our contract towns who cannot afford the Friends of Animals program (listed above) and are on some form of financial assistance. We do not want you to delay having your cat spayed or neutered, so please call today for details.

If none of these programs meet your specific needs, contact us at (207)985-3244 and we will do everything we can to help you.

How to Purchase a Certificate: Certificates are available at the shelter in West Kennebunk, via phone and drop-in on Mondays through Fridays after an interview process. Proof of financial assistance such as food stamps, TANF, and MaineCare is required.
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« Reply #4 on: January 12, 2010, 11:13:13 PM »

Maine-North Berwick-York County-

Another Chance Animal Rescue
37 Market Street
North Berwick, Maine 03906
Telephone: (207) 676-9330

The Spay ME Program
To qualify for the program, pet owners must be eligible to participate in at least one of several government programs: food stamps, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, Supplemental Security Income, Social Security Disability or Medicaid. Eligible applicants must also provide a $10 co-payment for cats and a $20 co-payment for dogs.

We believe in providing a low cost spay/neuter program for the peoples of York County for the purpose of reducing unwanted births and unfortunate deaths of the offsprings.

We believe in providing emergency funds for intervention in medical services for injured pets that are salvageable and would live a full normal life with appropriate medical services provided in a timely manner.

Contact them for more information.
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« Reply #5 on: October 11, 2010, 05:01:55 PM »

Maine-Waldo county-and other counties-

Waldo County Humane Society
Box 479
Belfast, Maine 04915

For Waldo Residents only-

Spay and Neuter Assistance Program

We offer certificates to assist the pet owner with the cost of spaying
or neutering their pet. The program is for those who cannot afford to
have the spaying or neutering done.
The Waldo County Humane Society
feels that spaying and neutering is one of the most responsible things
a pet owner can do and therefore we will assist those who need help.
If you want to have your pet spayed or neutered and do not feel that you
can afford to do it, please contact us to learn more about our program.
Please call: 852-5033

WCHS Emergency Fund
The Waldo County Humane Society operates the WCHS Emergency Fund.
The Fund provides assistance to the owner of an injured animal. The
program will assist with emergency veterinarian bills in the amount
of 40% of the bill to a maximum of $250.00. Referrals to this program
come through the Veterinarian. Again this is a program for those with
financial need.

Rabies Clinics
The Waldo County Humane Society sponsors free rabies clinics in
spring and early fall of each year.
These clinics offer the opportunity
for everyone to have their pet immunized against rabies. Each year
we rotate among the different towns of Waldo County so that
hopefully everyone will have the chance to bring their pet to the clinic
that is close to them.

For residents of all counties:

Village Soup October 11, 2010

"The Waldo County Humane Society will host a series of rabies clinics in towns around Waldo County this fall. The first clinic will be held Saturday, Oct. 16, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Waldo Pierce Reading Room, Main Street (Route 1A), Frankfort. Dr. Blake of Blake Veterinary Hospital will be the attending veterinarian.

"The rabies shot will be free to animals residing in Waldo County. Pets from other counties are welcome to come for their shots for a small fee. Remember to bring all animals on leashes or in portable pet carriers.

"Additional WCHS rabies clinics are planned for Saturday, Oct. 30, 9-11 a.m. at the Freedom Town Office, and Saturday, Nov. 13,  9-11 a.m. at the Brooks Fire Station.

For information about Waldo County Humane Society's Rabies Clinics call 852-5033.
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