The Lee County Humane Society (LCHS) is thrilled to share some exciting news with Lee County residents.

The low-cost Spay/Neuter Program (SNYP+) at LCHS has been awarded a $20,000 grant from Petco. This grant will help make a significant impact in tackling the overpopulation issue in the community.

In an effort to extend its reach and assist more households, LCHS has decided to temporarily expand the SNYP+ program. Thanks to Petco’s support, it is opening up applications to households whose total income exceeds $50,000.

Here’s how the expanded SNYP+ program works: Each month, LCHS will issue a limited number of vouchers to households with an income ranging from $50,000 to $75,000. These vouchers will enable community members to get their pets spayed or neutered at a significantly reduced cost. It’s an excellent opportunity for those who previously didn’t qualify based on income but now meet the criteria.

Given the limited number of vouchers available, LCHS encourages people to submit their information as soon as possible. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to participate in the temporary addition to the SNYP+ Program.

SNYP+ Program Requirements

– Proof of residency in Lee County, Alabama. Please present a utility bill that has name, address, and is dated within the last 45 days.

– Proof of household income: Present the first page of federal tax return.

– Photo ID

– Phone number and email address

– Copay due at the time of surgery: $15 for cats / $25 for dogs

– Pet owners must supply proof of current rabies vaccination, or a rabies vaccine will be administered at the time of surgery for $12. (SNYP+ also includes a free microchip.)

The humane society is grateful to Petco for making this expansion possible, and it extends its heartfelt appreciation to all the Lee County residents for their continued support in resolving the overpopulation issue in our community. Working togethe,r the LCHS and the community can create a healthier and happier environment for its beloved pets. 

For more information about the SNYP+ program, please visit the website or contact LCHS