CPA's primary focus is to provide spay/neuter assistance for cats and dogs. Our California branch also finds permanent homes for a limited number of stray and abandoned pets through our adoption program.
We are a non-profit organization staffed entirely by unpaid volunteers. All donations go directly to help the animals in the community. CPA raises funds through individual donations and by selling a variety of products.
Click on our "How Can You Help?" tab above to see all the ways you can make a difference: volunteer, donate items or
funds, and join CPA!
Support CPA by coming out to the Semi-Annual Garage Sale Saturday, May 2, 2015 at the Camarillo Veterinarian Hospital, 258 Dawson Drive, Camarillo; Between 9:00 am and 1:00 pm (no early birds). Lots to see and buy and all proceeds go towards spaying and neutering.
With your donation money, these are the total Spay/Neuters that CPA paid for:
Angel is a 1-year-old female Staffordshire Terrier. She is healthy & happy and in need of a loving forever home. She is warm & kind and seems to enjoy everyone that shows her love and kindness. Angel has been in foster care since she was found and has recently been placed in a kennel due to loss of home of the person fostering her. Angel is in desperate need of loving forever home.
Darlin' is a 4-year-old long-hair Tortie who was rescued from a high kill shelter. Darlin’ is brimming with personality and she loves to chat with you -- you will soon think you know her language. In addition to her gigantic personality, a great thing about Darlin' is how she loves to relax while cuddling into your shoulder, neck or lap.
Did you know.....
5 to 7 million dogs and cats enter animal shelters nationwide every year
and 3 to 4 million of them are euthanized!
Because only 10% of animals received at shelters are spayed or neutered,
yet the cost of having an animal spayed or neutered is less than the cost of
raising a single pupply or kitten for one year!
One unspayed dog and her unspayed offspring will produce 324 dogs in
just 4 years!
One unspayed cat and her unspayed offspring will produce 10,736 cats in
just 4 years!
Read about the health and behavior benefits of spay/neuter here.
This is what Concerned People for Animals is all about...reducing