ASPCI is a non-profit 501(c) (3) animal welfare organization that has no geographical borders when it comes to saving the lives of dogs and cats in certain situations. They receive no government funding and are dependent on donations of caring people, grants from foundations, fundraising events and adoption fees for funding. ASPCI currently manages five (5) animal welfare programs. These programs are only doable by working with committed volunteers, foster homes, local veterinarians and other supporters in the community. The programs are foster care for dogs, pet adoption events, animal rescue, a managed admission program and SNAP.
ASPCI's mission is to work with rescue organizations to facilitate adoptions of animals currently residing in area shelters and to actively seek to reduce pet overpopulation through our low cost Spay/Neuter Assistance Program.
SNAP is our low-cost spay/neuter assistance program. Dog and cat owners with household income below $49,000 annually may purchase a low-cost spay/neuter certificate that is honored by seven veterinary’s clinics in the surrounding area. SNAP certificates are $55.00 for dogs and $35.00 for cats. All participating veterinarians require that animals be up to date on vaccinations. For an additional $35.00 vaccinations can be included in the certificate. SNAP certificates are available Monday and Tuesday from 9AM to Noon at ASPCI’s administrative office which is located in Pell City at 2681 Martin Street South, Suite 202. Learn more about the SNAP program by clicking here