Planned PEThood of Georgia Inc.

$17,631.00 contributions
126 donors

Raised: $17631Remaining: $2369

--38,000 spay/neuter surgeries
--8,000 pets served at monthly clinics
--750 animals rescued and adopted each year

What makes Planned PEThood different from the many other animal-welfare organizations in Georgia?

Most organizations are one thing: a rescue, a spay/neuter clinic, an outreach organization, a TNR (trap-neuter-return) team, etc. We’re ALL of those things—and more!
Above: Paris before her rescue, and Paris after intensiveTLC from Planned PEThood's fosters and vet staff, including very expensive care from an eye specialist that successfully saved Paris's infected eye and her vision.

We attack the problem of shelter overpopulation in Georgia in 3 primary ways:
--Stopping the reproductive cycle by providing low-cost spay/neuter for owned cats and dogs and feral cats
--Helping more pets stay in their homes by offering affordable veterinary care, including vaccinations, routine procedures like heartworm tests, and flea/heartworm preventatives at monthly vaccine clinics
--Finding forever homes for unwanted animals through rescue, fostering, and adoption

Right: As part of our mission to prevent animals from being euthanized in Georgia’s shelters, we also run successful Barn Cat and TNR programs, which cut the reproductive cycle for feral cats through spay/neuter, find suitable outdoor homes for feral cats surrendered to animal control, and rescue kittens born to feral moms--like this adorable tabby--and socialize them for adoption

--It will help to operate and expand our low-cost nonprofit spay/neuter clinic, which already fixes more than 5,000 of Georgia's cats and dogs each year. We plan to add more surgery space to boost the number of animals we can fix.
--We will increase our rescue efforts, which target pets in the most dire need:
     --neo-natal kittens and puppies needing round-the-clock feeding and care
     --dogs and cats with life-threatening injuries or illnesses
     --pets living in horrendous conditions
 in hoarder homes
     --feral kittens born outside with little to no chance of survival.
--We will conduct more outreach and wellness programs, allowing us to offer affordable spay/neuter and vaccinations to low-income communities.

GET ON BOARD with Planned PEThood and help us help even more pets! How you can help:
--DONATE! Our goal for GA Gives Day was $15,000. Due to the overwhelming response, we have raised it to $20,000!
--FOSTER! Contact us at for more information.
--ADOPT! We have lots of wonderful cats and kittens, dogs and puppies just waiting for a forever home. Contact for more.
--VOLUNTEER! Even an hour or two a week will make a big difference. so contact for more information.
Interested in learning more?

Planned PEThood is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  All donations are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.

by Anonymous donated $25.00
Elizabeth H donated $10.00
Kris C donated $50.00
Felicia A donated $25.00
by Anonymous donated $25.00
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Updates and Donors' Comments


You guys are awesome!


For kitties


Thank you for everything you do.


Thanks for caring for Trevor before I adopted him.