It takes money to save animals. The hard reality is that vet care is incredibly expensive and we have lots of other costs as well, such as dog and cat food and more. If you would like to get involved in our efforts to raise funds, we welcome your participation!
How Else Can I Help?
Check out the much-needed supplies on our Wish List.
Find out how you can get involved as a foster!
See how a one-time or minimal monthly contribution can make a big difference to CAPA pets:
$15 – Provides a heating pad to keep a bottle baby kitten or parvo puppy warm
$25 – Pays for a microchip, which helps return a lost pet to its home;
$40 – Can purchase a bag of quality dog food to keep our foster dogs healthy and well-fed;
$100 – Provides the milk needed each month to feed a litter of kittens
$150 – Funds the care and basic treatment for CAPA to rescue one animal
$250 – Provides the necessary medicines to save a parvo puppy each month
$1,000 – Spays/neuters 14 dogs and cats a month or treat one dog with heartworm!
$5 per month (the equivalent of one cup of gourmet coffee a month!) provides one HeartGuard heartworm preventative pill per dog. The alternative: heartworm treatment which may cost up to $600, and frequently leads to pets being surrendered because of financial hardship.
$10 per month for one year pays for a behavioral boot camp for three dogs that may make the difference between a family keeping a dog or surrendering to a kill shelter for behavioral issues;
$25 per month pays for one overnight space in a cool, clean and comfortable indoor facility for one pet waiting for a foster family or adoption
Donate now and help save the life of a companion animal!