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Low Cost Spay / Neuter Clinic in Greene County

Tuesday, January 18, 2022 – Durham Veterinary

Additional information and dates for COFAS sponsored clinics may be found on the events page.  Clinic dates are posted as they become available.

Georgia Pet Foundation awards Circle of Friends Animal Society

COFAS is honored to announce an $8000 grant by the Georgia Pet Foundation (GPF) to continue providing spay / neuter services to low income families residing within Greene and Putnam Counties.  We are very happy to share the goal of reducing the unwanted pet population via spay / neuter programs, foster programs and adoption events.

GPF was established as a 501(c)(3) non profit organization in April 2016 when Governor Deal signed legislation approving the new tag. Through the sale of specialty license plates and private charitable donations the Georgia Pet Foundation (GPF) will fund eligible, statewide spay-neuter programs in an effort to eliminate pet overpopulation and the euthanasia of healthy and treatable cats and dogs.  GPF license plates may be purchased through your local county tag office.  $19 of the fee goes towards the spay / neuter program.

Rescues and Adoptions in 2020

COFAS rescued 1,135 critters in 2020.  This was a combination of accepting from animal control facilities and owner surrenders.  We never turn anyone away due to pre-existing conditions.  We ensure all of our rescues receive the medical care needed to become popular family members.  Speaking of adoptions, COFAS placed 1, 042 critters into loving forever homes.  The level of happiness attained is far above that.

Spay / Neuter in 2020

COFAS is proud that we were able to provide spay / neuter services to 405 critters in 2020.  COFAS believes that investing in our community reduces the financial burden that has beset many of our neighbors.  In 2020, COFAS invested just under $25,000 in medical care for family owned pets.

Official DDAF Grantee

Circle of Friends Animal Society Spay/ Neuter and Medical Programs

Breaking News!  

Circle of Friends Animal Society is an official 2020 Doris Day Animal Foundation Grantee.  The Doris Day Animal Foundation has awarded a $5000 grant to Circle of Friends Animal Society in support of our Spay / Neuter Programs.  The grant will allow for the continuation of our Community and Low Cost Spay / Neuter Programs in support of families most in need.  “We are excited and honored the Doris Day Animal Foundation has recognized and shared our vision and efforts to reduce the number of unwanted litters in our area.”  -Cathy Wood, Chairperson, Circle of Friends Animal Society

Circle of Friends Animal Society invested just under $25,000 in 2020 in support of our community with these vital spay / neuter / medical programs

Circle of Friends Animal Society (COFAS) believes that no family should be required to make difficult pet ownership decisions due to cost issues.  To that end, and with a fantastic support team, COFAS created multiple programs to assist area residents

Community Spay / Neuter Program.  Our primary outreach program performed with the support of Durham Veterinary Clinic.  The program has residency and income requirements targeting pet owners residing within Greene and Putnam counties.  Qualified owner’s dogs and cats receive the spay / neuter procedure and required vaccinations at no cost to the pet owner.

Spay / Neuter Clinics at Durham Veterinary Clinic.  To improve access to this very important spay / neuter procedure, Circle of Friends Animal Society, with the support of Durham Veterinary Clinic, coordinates a low cost clinic in Greene County.  On the designated day, we offer the spay / neuter procedure at the subsidized rates of $50 / dog and $40 / cat.  The program does not have residency or income requirements but space is limited.

Mobile Spay / Neuter Clinics in Eatonton.  COFAS has partnered with Saving Animals from Euthanasia (SAFE) to offer a low cost clinic in Eatonton, GA.  SAFE operates a state-of-the-art mobile unit to offer services in areas that may not otherwise have treatment options.

Emergency Medical.  COFAS hopes this need is rare but understands it is sometimes unavoidable.  We will assist Greene and Putnam pet owners with emergency situations when cost is a factor.  The program is operated on a case-by-case basis.

Need more information?  Call the Circle of Friends Animal Society’s Spay / Neuter Information line: (706) 688.9010 or our site:  Circle of Friends Animal Society is a Georgia 501(c)3 non-profit organization.


Thank you for visiting our site. Circle of Friends Animal Society is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit animal rescue organization that is entirely operated by volunteers in Georgia. All of our animals are located in individual foster homes. We attend adoption events every weekend! Please contact us if you are interested in any particular animals and we’ll be sure to point you in the right direction to meet them! Learn more about us here.

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