Pet overpopulation isn’t something people often think about, but the issue is very real. One unspayed female cat or dog and her generations of offspring could total two million animals in just 10 years!
Since 1998, the East Bay SPCA has spayed and neutered more then 150,000 local pets and demand for our spay/neuter services continues to grow each year.
To meet this growing demand, and curb the flow of unwanted pets to local shelters, we need your help.
Your support allows us to continue providing spay/neuter surgeries at the lowest possible cost, to provide additional discounts for low-income families and owners of Chihuahuas and to offer free surgeries for pit bulls through our Pit Fix program.
Please give as generous as you can. All donations go directly toward spay & neuter surgeries for cats and dogs within our community.