Welcome to CPA!

CPA's primary focus is to provide spay/neuter assistance for cats and dogs.

 

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.

 

CPA has branches in Idaho, and in Ventura County, Palmdale, and Porterville, California.

 

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!

 

 

All donations are tax deductible and very much appreciated!

                                                           ATTENTION PLEASE!!  This is to notify you that-----

Its time again for another fabulous garage sale at 534 Village Commons Blvd, Camarillo on Saturday, June 11 from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm.  No Early Birds Please.  An amazing collection of household products, personal items, and pet supplies to name a few.  Many items are brand new and being offered at half-price.    

 

                                                           All proceeds go directly to benefit the animals. 

Cpa stats

With your donation money, these are the total Spay/Neuters that CPA paid for

~For 2011: 2185

~For 2012: 1676

~For 2013: 1549

~For 2014: 1420

~FOR 2015: 1530

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THE PET OVER POPULATION PROBLEMS

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!

 

 

 

Why?

 

 

 

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

 

overpopulation.

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