HAWS' SPAY & NEUTER INITIATIVE PROGRAM (SNIP)

spayneuterstamp_221x142HAWS’ SNIP clinic provides spay/neuter procedures for animals at HAWS, animals adopted from HAWS and animals belonging to breed-placement groups. Since May 2003, HAWS has also offered spay/neuter procedures for pet owners who are struggling financially.

Spay/neuter surgery carries a one-time cost that is relatively small compared to the long-term benefits. Along with helping curb pet overpopulation, spay/neuter surgery allows pets to live longer, healthier lives. It also makes ​them less likely to spray and/or mark territory and eliminates heat cycles. ​Unsterilized animals often exhibit more behavior and temperament problems ​than those who have been spayed or neutered.

Donations are gladly accepted! The SNIP program at HAWS is poised to make a far-reaching and lasting impact on the animal population in our communities, but that cannot continue without your support. To make a contribution to support the efforts of SNIP, please specify your donations as “for the SNIP Fund.”

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Don’t Let Cat Flash Mobs Happen to You:
CHOOSE PROJECT GUARDIAN!

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HAWS is saving lives and ending cat overpopulation through Project Guardian, a no-cost service spay/neuter program for outdoor/barn cats in Waukesha County. Thanks to public and private support, ​HAWS’ Spay-Neuter Initiative Program (SNIP) clinic ​is able to provide FREE services to Waukesha County residents!

Learn more by clicking here.

Donations are welcome!

Your PROPERTY needs a pet!

“Adopt” a cat for your barn, stable, winery or warehouse through HAWS new placement program, Seeking Sanctuary. Save a life and provide shelter for a cat that is not suitable for a typical in-home adoption. Help HAWS succeed in Building a No-Kill Community!

Learn more here.

Donate to HAWS Today!

General donations help us provide shelter 24/7 365 for lost, abandoned, unwanted or stray companion pets.
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