It’s Spay & Neuter Month

In recognition of Spay and Neuter Month, SPCA International is awarding shelter partners worldwide with grants totaling over $120,000. This initiative underscores the importance of spaying and neutering stray and owned animals. Beyond controlling overpopulation, spaying and neutering play a pivotal role in reducing the number of homeless animals, alleviating strain on shelters, and promoting healthier lives for pets. Through these grants, we hope to support shelters in their mission to provide care and refuge for animals in need and advocate for responsible pet ownership practices globally. Join us in celebrating this commitment to animal welfare and recognizing the vital role spaying and neutering plays in creating a brighter, more humane future for our furry companions.

Below are some of the exciting Spay & Neuter projects we are sponsoring this month: 


Lake Zone Animal Welfare Organization (LAZAWO): Six spay and neuter clinics for owned and stray animals at various local markets in Mwanza, Tanzania.


Jerusalem SPCA: Trap-Neuter-Release project with the goal of sterilizing 440 street cats in Jerusalem, Israel.


Worldwide Vets: Year-long project to provide sterilizations to stray and owned cats and dogs across Ukraine. 

Tierhilfe K.O.S: Three major sterilization programs that will benefit the stray animals in the island of Samos, Greece.

Help Animals-Cat Shelter Jessica: Trap-Neuter-Release project to provide sterilization surgeries to cats and dogs across Serbia.


Fiona Animal Rescue: Spay and neuter clinic with the goal of sterilizing 130 cats and dogs in underserved communities in Mexico.

Greater Victoria Animal Crusaders (GVAC): Mobile vet spay and neuter clinic for low-income members in Victoria, Canada.

Pet Project Rescue: Spay and neuter surgeries for low-income pet owners and community animal caregivers in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.


Red de Apoyo Canino (RAC): Large spay and neuter project with the goal of sterilizing 1,000 cats and dogs across low-income communities in Venezuela.

Spay Panama: Low-cost and free spay and neuter clinics to sterilize stray and owned animals in Panama.