Circle of Friends Animal Society passes the 1000 dog & cat spay / neuter / medical assistance milestone
Circle of Friends Animal Society has invested just under $25,000 in 2020 in our community to support these vital spay / neuter / medical assistance programs
Circle of Friends Animal Society (COFAS) is happy to announce assisting 1022 dogs & cats and their individual owners with their spay / neuter procedures and emergency medical needs in the November 2018 thru January 2021 timeframe. The 1022 dogs & cats are individually owned and does not include the 1000+ foster animals that are taken into our program annually.
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.
Information on all of Circle of Friends Animal Society programs may be accessed via our website, cofas.org, by contacting us via email, email@example.com, or calling the spay / neuter information line, 706.688.9010.
While the number of supporters are too many to list, four groups make these programs possible: Durham Veterinary Clinic, Greene County Animal Control, Putnam County Animal Services, and Saving Animals from Euthanasia (SAFE).
Circle of Friends Animal Society is a Georgia 501(c)3 non-profit organization staffed with only volunteers that love animals, no paid positions. COFAS happily welcomes donations to support these and our other community programs.