We can provide short term assistance if you are in a situation that you cannot provide food for your cat or dog. Please contact us for assistance.
We would like to thank our partners Purina PetCare in Innisfail & Hi-Way 9 for their assistance to bring our community this program.
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PLEASE NOTE: With the high demand for the PALS program, we will continue to accept applications but may not be able to schedule your pet’s surgery for up to 3 – 6 months. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
The PALS program is offered by the Central Alberta Humane Society to reduce our community’s homeless pet population by assisting people who do not have the financial ability to spay or neuter their animals. Citizens of Central Alberta with an approved low income can apply to have their dog(s) and/or cat(s) spayed/neutered through this program and pay only the administration fee.
Each year, unplanned and unwanted litters create millions of homeless pets Spaying and neutering is one of the steps we can take to get at the root of pet overpopulation, preventing unwanted litters and reducing the number of homeless pets.
Did you know cats can give birth to three litters a year, with litters ranging in size from 6-12 kittens. Dogs can give birth to two or three litters a year, with litters ranging in size from 5-15 puppies depending on the size of the dog. Over five years, the impact of spaying or neutering just one cat or dog could prevent thousands of unplanned pets and prevent enormous suffering.