Stop the Overpopulation of Pets
Shelter euthanasia is the #1 killer of companion animals. The Hutchinson Animal Shelter takes in approximately 2,000 stray and owner surrendered animals each year.
Many cats and dogs that die because of pet overpopulation, could have made wonderful pets.
The STOP Program has assisted thousands of Reno County residents obtain low-cost, quality spay/neuter services. We believe that spay/neuter services should be financially accessible for everyone with a cat or dog who might not otherwise be able to spay/neuter their pets.
The STOP Program is solely funded by memberships, donations, grants and co-pays that CFPI has been able to secure. If you would like to make a financial contribution to this service, click Join Us and Donate and answer the prompts. It's that easy!
If you have a friend, family member, or neighbor with unaltered pets that may need financial assistance for spay/neuter services, please encourage them to contact us for more information!
HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO APPLY FOR ASSISTANCE
Click HERE and fill out the form.
- Provide proof of Reno County residency. Some acceptable documents with your name and address include:
- Utility Bill
- Rental Agreement
- Property Tax Statement
- Provide proof of income. Some acceptable documents include:
- Most Recent Pay Stub
- Previous Year's Tax Return
- Unemployment Benefits Letter
- SSI/SSDI Benefits Letter
- Return the completed application and supporting documentation by mail to:
Cause for Paws, Inc.
P.O. Box 1391
Hutchinson, KS 67504-1391
Or drop-off at:
- Hutchinson Animal Shelter
1501 South Severance Street
Hutchinson, KS 67501
(Monday-Friday 12:00pm-6:00pm. Saturday & Sunday 12:00pm-5:00pm)
We want to thank the following participating veterinarians for their assistance with helping reduce the number of homeless animals in our community (alphabetical order):
- Apple Lane Animal Hospital
- Central Kansas Veterinary
- Country Junction Animal Clinic
- Hutchinson Small Animal Hospital
- Prairie Vista Veterinary Hospital
If you have any questions regarding the STOP program, please call our answering service at (620) 728-2906 and your call will be returned promptly!