Spay and Neuter Information Animal Care Services
Why Spay and Neuter Your Pets?
SEAACA is a strong proponent of altering animals. The most important reason to alter your pet is to prevent more litters of animals. Did you know pet overpopulation is the leading cause of death for dogs and cats? Shelters are overburdened with too many homeless animals. Not all of them will be adopted. Every litter born reduces the chances for other animals to find homes. Until the numbers of cats and dogs drop significantly, many will be humanely euthanized because there is no place for them.
Benefits to You and Your Pet
Spayed and neutered pets are:
- Healthier, so you save on the cost of vet care
- Have better temperaments
- Less prone to bite or act aggressively
- Less likely to roam the neighborhood, run away, or get into fights
- More affectionate companions
- Naturally protective of their family
- Unlikely to spray and mark territory
- Never in heat, never pregnant, never giving birth to an unwanted litter
- Qualify for reduced license fee each year
Early Spaying and Neutering
SEAACA is a proponent of Early Spay/Neuter. Altering pets at a young age diminishes or eliminates deadly cancers of the breast, uterus, ovaries and testicles, and reduces the possibility of prostate disease. Veterinarians indicate surgery on puppies and kittens as young as 8 weeks is safe and recovery is faster.
Communities spend millions of dollars to pick up, shelter, treat, try to place and euthanize unwanted animals. Unwanted animals on the streets suffer from sickness, hunger, abuse, and often cause accidents. The toll in misery is enormous.
A community that adopts instead of breeds is a more humane, safer and richer place. Low cost spaying and neutering services are abundantly available. Check the internet or directories for a Veterinarian near your home or call one of our Partners:
SNPLA: (310) 574-5555
The Lucy Pet Foundation: (855) 499-5829
Stray Paws Animal Haven: (South El Monte Residents Only) (626) 315-6394
Spay and Neuter Resources:
- SEAACA's Big Meow Program
- SNPLA (310) 574-5555
- Golden State Humane Society (562) 423-8406
- The Lucy Pet Foundation (855) 499-5829
- Pet Assistance Foundation (562) 336-1030
- Stray Paws Animal Haven (626) 315-6394 (South El Monte Residents Only)
- City of Norwalk - Cat Spay & Neuter Program (Norwalk Residents Only)
- ASPCA (844) 692-7722 (Bell Gardens Residents Only)
- Alley Cat Allies