About Animal Aid Foundation
Our streets and alleys are home to hundreds of unwanted cats. And thousands of unwanted cats and dogs are sitting in shelters waiting to be adopted. Animal over-population, caused by puppy mills, back yard breeders and pets that are left un-spayed and un-neutered has created a crisis in our communities. Young, healthy animals are being confined to cages or being euthanized simply because there are not enough homes for them all.
In fact, one un-spayed female cat and her offspring can produce 420,000 cats in only seven years. And in just under seven years, one un-spayed female dog and her offspring can produce 67,000 dogs.
Animal Aid Foundation was established to address the issue of animal over-population and homeless pets. The Foundation achieves its mission by funding spay/neuter, veterinary medical care, adoption and public education programs. Animal Aid does not have paid staff and does not receive government funding. It raises money by fundraising and it relies on volunteer contributions, public donations, and corporate support.
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