Your donation will help us to save Minnesota's cats and dogs from euthanasia by reducing pet overpopulation through spay and neuter.
It is estimated that as many as 90,000 homeless pets are killed in Minnesota shelters every year. Affordable and accessible spay and neuter is the best first step in reducing the pet over-population problem and preventing this tragedy.
Minnesota Spay Neuter Assistance Program provides 100% of the funding and support for the first fully equipped veterinary clinic on wheels to deliver low-cost, high-quality, spay and neuter services for animals belonging to shelters, rescues and income qualified pet owners in Minnesota. We reach neighborhoods where cost, transportation, or the absence of veterinary services are an obstacle to obtaining animal health care and spay-neuter services.
Since April of 2010 MN SNAP has provided over 38,000 surgeries which have prevented over 110,000 first generation births of unwanted animals. We completed 13,515 surgeries in 2012 and will complete over 15,000 in 2013.
It is our mission to help end the suffering and death of companion animals in Minnesota due to pet overpopulation by providing high-quality, affordable, and accessible spay and neuter services to those in need.
Your gifts not only enable MN SNAP to fulfill its mission; you are also easing the burdens of animal rescues and shelters in Minnesota. Immediately, they will be able to save more animals because they will incur less expenses for spay and neuter services. Over time, as the overpopulation problem decreases, rescues and shelters will have less animals that they will be unable to save. Shelters will no longer have to turn animals away or euthanize them merely because they are already full.
Please help us save Minnesota's companion animals by making a tax-deductible contribution today. We rely entirely upon donations to provide our services.
What you do could make the difference between life and death for our animals.
Visit www.MNSNAP.org to learn more about our programs, register for our services and get involved!