Spaying & neutering is THE solution to the unwanted pet overpopulation problem that we have in our communities and across the country. One simple surgery can prevent thousands of unwanted litters from being born. One accidental litter from your pet is too many!
1) MONTHLY FREE SPAY/NEUTER DRAWING – We are holding an online drawing for 2 FREE spay or neuter surgeries monthly (you don’t have to be considered low income to participate in the drawing). The drawing will be held on our Facebook page. Just visit our Facebook page to enter…all you have to do is post your a photo of your pet, then simply ‘LIKE’ and ‘SHARE’ the ‘Spay/Neuter Giveaway’ picture on our page. You must do both to be eligible! We are trying to spread the word about the importance of spay/neuter!
2) ‘SPAY IT FORWARD’ #AZGives FUNDRAISER – We are only able to provide spay/neuter assistance through generous supporters and grant funding. Throughout March, we are also holding a “Spay It Forward” online fundraiser to raise $3000 which will allow us to spay/neuter numerous pets. You can help a less fortunate pet owner by Spaying It Forward.
You can also mail your donation to us at:
S.A.I.N.T. Spay It Forward
P.O. Box 22411
Bullhead City, AZ 86439
The Saving Animals In Need Together (SAINT) organization is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, founded in 2009 to serve the Tri-State area of Bullhead City, AZ, Laughlin, NV and Needles, CA.
SAINT’s mission is to improve the lives of animals through programs such as their Luv Your Pet Low Cost Spay and Neuter Voucher Progam and the Saving Lives Pet Adoption Program, which helps to rehabilitate and rehome unwanted pets through loving volunteers and foster homes.
SAINT does not run a rescue facility. If foster homes are not available, pets may be referred instead to their “Courtesy” marketing program, which includes printed flyers and internet postings of pets looking for new forever homes while still living with their original owners.
SAINT’s goal is to serve as a resource to help keep unwanted pets out of shelters and to help limit local overpopulation through community programs and education.