Cats Only: 

  • Cat House on the Kings: Any cats from the south of Fresno (Selma, Reedley, Kingburg area, etc.) Call Cat House on the Kings at 559-638-0490.

Feral Cats: 

  • Dog and Cat Veterinary Clinic: 4338 E Shields Ave., Fresno, CA 93726 Phone: (559)225-5233 …

Read more: Fresno Low Cost Resources for Fixing Your Cat or Dog

Most people do not know that you can find any type of pure bred dog in rescues across the state!  Labs, English Bulldogs, Golden Retrievers, Maltese; you name it.... Rescues have it! 

A good place to look is on Petfinder, enter the breed you desire and a list will appear showing the diffe…

Read more: Looking For A Pure Bred Dog?

46% of dogs and 35% of cats surrendered have been owned for less than a year.

Thousands of puppies and kittens are put down in Fresno shelters EVERY year! 

85% of animals taken in by shelters in the Central Valley are killed. On average, 110 cats, dogs, puppies and kittens are destroyed at she…

Read more: Why You Should Not Breed Your Dog…

Anyone who cares about these dogs should try to save a homeless Pit Bull before adding more dogs to a completely saturated market.

This is a plea to those of you thinking about breeding Pit Bulls or buying one from a breeder. Please look at your local shelter and think again. Remember that most ani…

Read more: Reasons to NOT breed your PitBull

1. To keep your dog or cat safe at home! Spaying/neutering your animal means less roaming!!

2. To have a healthy Pet!!  Your dog/cat will have a longer, healthier life. Spaying/neutering reduces the risk of certain types of cancers and infections. On average, fixed animals live 2 years longer!…

Read more: 10 Reasons to Spay and Neuter

Never leave your pet in a car when you travel or do errands!!

Warm weather can literally be a killer for a dog left inside a car.

When it’s 85 degrees outside, the temperature inside a car — even with the windows cracked — can soar to 102 degrees in 10 minutes, and can reach 120 degrees in just hal…

Read more: Pet Safety Tips: June



In this country tax-payers spend $1 Billion dollars annually to pick up, house, and euthanize homeless animals. If only 5% of that total were allocated to spay/neuter programs, we could open 250 public, low-cost spay/neuter clinics across the country and sterilize more than 4 Million animals each year.

By just fixing 1 you can save Millions.

Schedule a Snip