The mission of Fix Georgia Pets is to serve as an umbrella for Georgia, funding grants to reputable, low cost spay and neuter clinics, voucher organizations, mobile units and private practice veterinarians to make spay and neuter affordable in high pet overpopulation areas.
In Georgia, an estimated 62% of pets are killed in county shelters only because they do not have a home. The mission of Fix Georgia Pets is to fund grants to make spay and neuter services affordable in high pet overpopulation areas of Georgia.
300,000 homeless dogs and cats are killed in Georgia each year. 80,000 of those deaths are in the metro Atlanta area.
The national average is 50% of homeless pets in county shelters are killed each year only because they do not have a home. The state average for Georgia is higher at 62%.