How We Help

Animalkind provides low cost spay/neuter service for low income* pet owners and feral cats (TNR) in Columbia and Greene County. $ 65.00 per cat includes rabies and distemper vaccination. We will provide a spay/neuter certificate to participating veterinarians in our area. *Please note that proof of financial need is required.

FREE spay/neuter service for feral cats: includes rabies and distemper vaccination, as well as an ear notch for identification. We loan traps and guidance in TNR efforts.

Foodbank: Low income pet owners in crisis can contact us for food/medical help for their pets. We will provide food and any possible help that is needed so the pet can stay with it’s owner through difficult times. Please note that proof of financial need is required.

Emergency Rescue: Injured cats in need of immediate help: Please contact your local veterinarian first. We will try to assist if no help is available.

Other Sources:

Kingston Emergency Clinic:1112 Morton Blvd Kingston, NY 12401 845.336.0713

Latham Emergency Clinic: 222 Troy Schenectady Road, Latham, NY 518.785.1094

Abandoned Cats: Please do not let an abandoned cat go hungry and unattended. If at all possible, please take the animal indoors to a quiet place (a separate room, bathroom, cage, etc. will do temporarily) and contact us or your nearest local ASPCA/rescue group.

Micro-chipping: Thousands of lost pets end up in kill shelters and never find their way home. Prevent your pet from suffering this fate. Micro-chipping offers a chance of reunion for your pet and your family. Most veterinarians and shelters scan all incoming stray animals for micro-chips. Give your pet a chance to get home if lost! Animalkind provides micro-chipping for your pet at a cost of $25.00 for lifetime registration.


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