All of these funds are supported
solely by public donations. If you are concerned about
the number of feral cats roaming your neighborhood, or
the number of unwanted pets dying in the pounds, please
help support these funds. Think about the growing number
of Pit Bulls in your area. Here is your chance to help!
If you donate here, through this site, your money will
be used only in the fund you select. This way YOU can
choose the way you help!
If there is not enough financial backing through
donations, these funds will not be available.
assistance eligibility contact Kate at
DOG & CAT FUNDS
This fund is intended to help the pets of people in
The Care Fund money will be distributed to pet
owners that want to have their pet(s) spayed or
neutered, but due to extreme circumstances, are unable
to afford Angels for Animals already low cost spays or
neuters. The pet owner must contribute a percentage of
the fee. The Care Fund will supplement the cost of the
surgery. Care Fund money is allocated for spay and
neuter surgeries only.
||OPERATION LITTER CONTROL:
This fund focuses on female cats owned by people that are dependent on
Social Security, unemployment, or disability.
Operation Litter Control: This fund supports our
annual summer event that focuses on female cats
and female dogs owned by people that are
dependant on Social Security, unemployment, or
disability. This fund requires proof from the
pet owner of such assistance. It is critical
that we help these pet owners that are want to
do what is right for their pet, but can barely
afford to put food on their tables, let alone
spay their pet. This funding is available
beginning July 1st and runs until funding is
||SPAY DAY: BAN THE BIG
This fund helps support our bi-annual “Ban the Big
We host a three-day spay/neuter marathon in February in
collaboration with the Humane Society of the United
States as part of their Spay Day effort. Our second one
is in late fall and is an independent effort. The events
offer $10 surgeries for cats and $25 surgeries for dogs.
The number of cat/dog surgeries we can offer is
dependent solely on the donations we receive
from the public. Help us help YOU!!
CAT ONLY FUNDS
Visit our 2 for 1 page or make a
|2 FOR 1:
This fund is dedicated to helping stop the devastating over population of cats and kittens. This fund allows pet owners to purchase one of Angels for Animals
low cost spay/neuter programs that include surgery, FELV/FIV testing, and rabies vaccination, and receive a second
cat FREE! Imagine getting two cats tested, spayed, and rabies for $70!!
Individually priced services such as de-worming,
flea control, micro-chipping, and vaccines are
optional and may be added for each cat
||FERAL CAT FUND:
This fund’s focus is to help area volunteer trappers that are attempting to clean-up feral cat colonies.
All cats that are altered through this fund will receive their spay/neuter surgery and a rabies vaccination. ALL CATS being altered with assistance from this fund will have their left ear tipped to denote they have been altered. Trappers must contribute a percentage of the fees and the Feral Cat Fund will supplement the cost of the surgeries.
||SHOW US THE MOMMY!
This fund hits cat over population at the roots! This fund targets mom cats with their young kittens.
This fund provides for the mom cat to be spayed
at our regular price ($45).... and her kittens
spayed/neutered for only $20 each! We want to sterilize these kittens before they are old enough to make more kittens! Let’s stop the cycle before it starts!
DOG ONLY FUNDS
||PIT BULL FUND:
This fund is an attempt to help decrease the number of unwanted Pit Bulls and part Pit Bulls in Mahoning, Trumbull, Columbiana, Portage counties.
Residents of these counties can
bring their Pit Bulls or part Pit Bulls to Angels for Animals for a greatly discounted spay or neuter. Owners of the Pit Bull or part Pit Bull must provide proof of residency in one of the four counties and pay a percentage of the surgery fee. The Pit Bull Fund will supplement the remaining surgery fee.
TRUMBULL COUNTY POUND
This fund was created to help support the work of
Marty Conklin who voluntarily works countless hours to
help dogs in Trumbull County.
This fund is intended to help people that have
recently adopted from the Trumbull County Pound and need
financial assistance getting the dog spayed/neutered.
This fund is also intended to help residents of Trumbull
County keep their current pet in their home if all that
is required is assistance in spaying/neutering. Marty’s
goal is to decrease the number of unwanted pets born in
Trumbull County and therefore reduce the number
of animals. F or information on how to apply for
assistance from this fund contact :
Marty Conklin 330-647-3892