Helping Colorado’s Pets One Paw at a Time.
Colorado statute established the Pet Overpopulation Fund tax checkoff in 2011. Thanks to Colorado’s concerned and generous citizens, the Colorado Pet Overpopulation Fund has provided more than $2.7 million in grants to care for homeless pets and subsidize 60,000 spay and neuter surgeries of owned pets in under served areas.
Your generous donation will help fund grants to subsidize spay and neuter surgeries of dogs and cats owned by Colorado residents in underserved areas. These grants are awarded to local coalitions of animal care and control agencies and veterinarians to help prevent unwanted litters.
Direct contributions to the fund are accepted at any time and are tax deductible.