The Vision of FTAspay is a No-Kill community, where dogs and cats are no longer euthanized because they are homeless.
The Mission of FTAspay is to end animal shelter euthanasia through targeted, affordable spay/neuter and microchipping.
Primary Activities and Goals:
The primary objective and purpose of this charitable, not-for-profit corporation is to provide quality affordable sterilization of companion animals for pet guardians who would otherwise not pay the high price to have their pets altered.
Don't Breed or Buy while Shelter Animals Die! Please adopt an animal companion from your local shelter or rescue organization. Save a Life! Thank you
As of August 31, 2016: 9,028 dogs and cats spayed and neutered 2,124 dogs and cats microchipped
FTAspay is a nonprofit Spay-Neuter assistance organization. We have partnered with Menifee Animal Clinic, a division of Ramona Humane Society, to offer the most affordable spay-neuter services in the Lake Elsinore - Temecula Valley. In addition to affordable, quality pet sterilization, FTAspay holds $10 Microchip Clinics throughout the year at a variety of locations in our community.
Donations are needed to fund our efforts and help us reach Our Goal! Together, we can end pet overpopulation and create a No-Kill community in the Lake Elsinore - Temecula valley.
Many Thanks to International Society for Animal Rights, ISAR, for their commitment to ending animal shelter euthanasia. (Spay/Neuter PSA billboard was up for one month on Grand Ave in Lake Elsinore)
Meet Our Volunteers
Raquel is a valued volunteer, typically working behind the scene, preparing our 'Go Home' bags for microchip clinics and registering microchips online. Oct 17, she joined us at Ramona Humane Society's Oktoberfest, where we chipped 101 dogs and cats. Raquel ran the Spooky Spay-Neuter drawing. Lots of winners!!! And Raquel went home with a three-week-old orphaned kitten. Thank you, Raquel! We appreciate you!
FTAspay has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau
FTAspay has traps to loan so You can help community cats. See our TNR page.
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