Low-Cost-Free Veterinary Care

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Washington-Lewis County-


Friends of Lewis County Animals
PO Box 1421
Chehalis, WA 98532


This program is for people who would like to spay or neuter their pit or pit mix and can not afford the surgery on their own. We are working with two vet clinics, one in Ethel and one in Chehalis, that perform the surgeries. Please let us know which clinic is more convenient for you.

If you live in Lewis County and have a pit bull or pit bull mix and can”t afford the surgery, Friends of Lewis County Animal Shelter (FOLCAS) will provide FREE spay or neuter surgeries at approved veterinary clinics.

The application itself and instructions on how to send it to the organization are at the link above.


Low cost spay and neuter services - FOLCAS works with Pet Connection and several area veterinarians to provide low cost spay and neuter for pets who would otherwise reproduce.

Contact them for more information.

Washington-Clallam county-


Peninsula Daily News January 18, 2010

PORT ANGELES -- "Clallam County people who are worried about losing their housing or those who are already in housing assistance can find out about all the resources in the county at an exposition Thursday, Jan. 28.

"The first-ever Clallam County Project Homeless Connect will be held at the Vern Burton Community Center, 308 E. Fourth St., in Port Angeles from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

"Pet owners who are homeless may visit the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society trailer for pet vaccinations, mini-veterinary exams, food and equipment."

Washington-Ferry county-


Forget Me Not Animal Shelter
49 W Curlew Lake Rd,
Republic, WA  99166

Stop the Cycle

Spay Neuter Assistance Program for Ferry County Residents Available to all, no income requirements.

Request a Voucher by calling 775-2308. We issue vouchers for Female Dogs Female Cats
Male Dogs Male Cats as funding is available.


Stop the Cycle free or low-cost spay/neuter for county residents.

Fear no Feral cat TNR (trap/neuter/replace or rehome)

Contact them for more information.



Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-7010

The Good Samaritan Fund was started by WSU veterinary students in the mid-1990s to help animals in need of special care, but whose owners could not afford treatment.  The college is grateful for their donations and the generous donations of many other caring individuals who support this fund. 

Good Samaritan funds are only awarded for treatment of animals at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Washington State University. The fund is used exclusively to treat animals who are ownerless or owned by clients that cannot pay for care due to circumstances beyond the client's control that, ideally but not exclusively, also present a teaching opportunity for our students. 
Patients eligible for financial support through the Good Samaritan Fund will be common companion animal species. Such patients will have a need for life saving procedures and a reasonable prognosis for good long-term recovery.
Patients will be either ownerless or owned by clients that cannot pay for care due to circumstances beyond the client's control. Animals from animal control agencies, humane societies, and business entities will be considered owned and not eligible for funds.

Patients without an owner must have a temperament that does not prevent future adoption.
To inquire if your pet may be eligible for financial support through the Good Samaritan fund contact:

Dr. Harmon Rogers, Hospital Director at the link below:


Washington-Puget Sound area-



The Budkis Fund
Renton, Washington

Note-this is for low-income seniors only.

The Budkis Fund has been established to help low-income seniors living in the Puget Sound Community cover their emergency pet care through generous tax deductible donations.

The Budkis Fund is a field of interest fund within the Renton Community Foundation, a 501 (C) 3, non-profit organization in the State of Washington. Our goal is to help low income seniors within the Puget Sound community whose pets need emergency veterinary care which may include medications, surgical procedures and euthanasia. We work directly with veterinarians who have identified seniors that qualify for our assistance, allowing for a non-biased and objective evaluation of each case.


Renton Community Foundation.

If you are in need of emergency help, please have your vet call 425-226-7285.


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