Saving lives through prevention.

Helpful links

Helpful links

Help spread the word:

Download a SNYP flyer and post at your work place, gym, church…everywhere. The more people who know about our services the more people…and their pets we can help.

“Don’t make more” flyer with handy tear-off mini sheets. “If you feed them” poster with handy mini tear-off sheets “What ever happened to your cat’s kittens” poster with handy mini tear-off sheets


Jackson County Animal Welfare Organizations:


Friends of the Animal Shelter (FOTAS)


FOTAS volunteers provide invaluable support and adoption assistance for the animals at Jackson County Animal Care and Control (JCACC). FOTAS is also one of our founding partners and assists us with our seasonal programs through their subsidized funding.


Jackson County Animal Care & Control (JCACC)


5595 Pacific Hwy, Phoenix, OR

Just south of the “Big Red Barn”

JCACC accepts all animals.

JCACC hours:

Monday – Friday,  11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Saturday, 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.


Committed Alliance to Strays (C.A.T.S.)


104 N. Ross Lane, Medford, OR

C.A.T.S. accepts stray cats on a space available basis. Call before taking cat(s) in.

C.A.T.S. hours: Tuesday thru Saturday, Noon to 6 p.m.


Southern Oregon Humane Society (SOHS)  


2910 Table Rock Rd., Medford, OR

SOHS accepts owned animals on a space available basis. Call before taking pet in.

SOHS hours: Open daily, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.


Sanctuary One


13195 Upper Applegate Road, Jacksonville, OR

Sanctuary One is a safe haven for rescued farm animals, and dogs and cats.


Rogue Valley Humane Society (serving Josephine County, Ore.)

541-479-5154 429

NW Scenic Drive  Grants Pass, OR 97528

Open Mon. – Sat. 12 noon to 4 p.m. Closed Sunday


Regional Animal Welfare Organizations

Siskiyou Spay Neuter Incentive Program (SSNIP) For those people needing assistance in the Mt. Shasta and Happy Camp area of Northern California please call these dedicated folks for help:  530-938-4246

Klamath Animal Shelter : Klamath Falls, Ore. (spay/neuter assistance)

The Bearen Foundation (veterinary care assistance)

Humane Society of Central Oregon: Bend, Ore. (spay/neuter assistance)

Willamette Animal Guild Spay/Neuter Clinic: Eugene, Ore. (spay/neuter assistance)

Lane County Animal Services: Eugene, Ore. (spay/neuter assistance)

Pro-Bone-O: Eugene, Ore. (free pet food, supplies and veterinary care for pets of the homeless)

Oregon Outback Humane Society: Lakeview, Ore. (pet food, spay/neuter assistance, assistance for necessary veterinary medical care)

The Neuter Scooter: Mobile unit (spay/neuter assistance for cats)

Cat Adoption Team: Sherwood, Ore. (cat food assistance)

Willamette Humane Society: Salem, Ore. (pet food, spay/neuter assistance)


National websites listing spay/neuter assistance:

Neuter/Spay Assistance and Information: Database of spay/neuter assistance in Oregon, Washington, nationwide

Love that Cat: Provides info/links for other low cost spay/neuter orgs around the U.S.

Humane Society of the US: Provides a list of national and by state resources. Just type in your zip code to find the nearest resource in your area.


Feral Cat Resources:

Alley Cat Allies: One of the best resources for feral cat caregivers.

Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon:  Offers good info and other Oregon animal welfare organization links.

Feral Cats in the News ~ the Feral Cat Blog!: Daily national and global cat news, information and resources to actively use for cat advocacy and cat management.

Neighborhood Cats: Offers a wealth of information for caretakers everywhere.