Ruby was a feral kitten that was rescued too late. Ruby's life could have been and should have been so different. In her honor, we save others. We created the Ruby Fund to help provide spay/neuter assistance to families in desperate need.

Who can apply?


  • Anyone who is truly struggling financially. Single parents, military, disabled, homeless, seniors, and families on public assistance

  • Georgia Resident's only

  • You can apply through our program once

  • We may help cover up to 2 pets per residence

  • Due to funding, we are not able to sponsor surgeries for rescue groups or anyone adopting out pets


  • Only serious applicants - please don't waste our time if you cannot commit to your appointment

  • Must have valid ID

  • Must provide current proof of low-income status/public assistance 

  • Dogs and duplicate pet request may will have a small co-pay so that we can help as many pets as possible

  • Some clinics require a non-refundable deposit due to the high volume of missed appointments - pet owners must pay the deposit

  • You must transport your pet to and from the clinic, on time

  • All pets must be under the age of 7 years old. If older, you are required to provide a current senior blood panel from your vet to the clinic

Between 3-4 million adoptable animals are euthanized in US animal shelters every year simply because there are not enough homes.

In Atlanta alone - an estimated 100,000 animals are destroyed in the Atlanta metro area, on our tax dollars. We are HUGE spay and neuter advocates, it truly saves lives. 


How do millions of animals end up in shelters?



  • Cost of pet ownership

  • Moving 

  • Irresponsible 'breeders'

  • Lifestyle changes

  • Lack of training/behavioral issues

  • Irresponsible pet ownership

  • Having a baby

  • Laziness