Our goals are to provide spay/neuter assistance to needy pets, continue to increase awareness in our community about the pet overpopulation crisis, and find homes for homeless cats and dogs. Our message to all pet owners is "prevent a litter, spay or neuter your critter."
POPP operates a limited foster/adoption program for dogs and cats that are in need of new homes either because they have been abandoned or their present pet parent can no longer care for them.
The pets live in either foster homes or the surrendering home where they are loved and cared for as part of a family. This is especially beneficial as it allows POPP adoption counselors to match a pet's personality and needs with the potential adopter's pet preferences.
Because the primary goal of POPP is to end the pet overpopulation crisis in our community, all of our pets available for adoption have already been spayed or neutered.
POPP is an all-breed, no-kill organization. Our policy is to assure pets are housed until they find their "forever homes".
We do not operate at a profit. The adoption fees we receive do not cover our foster pet expenses.
We do not buy and sell animals on a "consignment" basis.
We are largely an all-volunteer organization. There are no set hours for us to be available to the public. We fit this in with our jobs and families.
The cost of housing, food, and veterinary care are supported by the generous contributions of concerned pet lovers.
We love being able to place our foster pets in their forever homes. We have a variety of pets available. Our knowledge of the pets is first-hand (good with pets, housebroken, likes/dislikes cats, likes/dislikes dogs, etc.).
Our adoption fees are $125 for dogs/puppies, $75 for cats/kittens. All dogs, puppies, cats and kittens are spayed/neutered prior to adoption. Adult cats are also vaccinated against rabies. Cats may also be tested for feline leukemia/FIV. You can take pride and comfort knowing your adopted family member will never contribute to the pet overpopulation crisis in our community.
If you would like to donate a bed for a pet, click here
Monetary, tax deductible donations can also be sent to: