Last Updated on November 16, 2022 by Danielle McDonald
You can also take a look at the pet grants from all the other states.
About Save-A-Life Thrift Store
The Save A-Life Thrift Store’s Mission is to raise enough funds from donated thrift store items in order to finance the spay/neutering of cats and dogs. They also support all programs of Herman Bennett Foundation, including low-income pet owners and feral cat spay/neuter vouchers programs.
The Ddamien Project, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is committed to saving lives and adopting retired Military Working Dogs, Contract Working Dogs, and Law Enforcement Dogs. These dogs are traditionally unable to find a home once their service has been completed. The majority of dogs who come through the program cannot be adopted due to medical or behavioral reasons. After retirement, they will be with the organization for the rest of their lives.
Herman Bennett Foundation Vouchers
The Herman Bennett Foundation is a private non-profit organization that offers vouchers to Ventura County residents who need financial assistance for spaying or neutering a family pet. The Foundation pays the veterinarian to cover the cost of the surgery.
Before surgery, your animal will undergo a brief exam and be administered pain medication. The procedure will be done in the same way as all other spay or neuters. There will not be any differences in how much care, attention, or materials used.
What is NOT included in the Herman Bennett spay/neuter voucher?
The voucher doesn’t cover any owner-requested medical procedures like blood work, IV catheterizations, fluids, aftercare, or any other medical complications. You can request to take home pain medication and an E-collar to protect your surgery site, these will be provided at your expense.
Furthermore, please inquire if there are any additional charges before you leave your pet since these will be your financial responsibility.
Email: [email protected]
The Herman Bennett Foundation
1330 Flynn Rd., Unit D
Camarillo, CA 93012
Tel: (805) 445-7171
Fax: (805) 445-7110
Community Cats Charity
All cat colony caregivers can have access to spay/neuter services at multiple locations in Ventura County through the Herman Bennett Foundation’s Spay/Neuter Voucher Program.
This voucher program is so important and wonderful for the Community Cats Charity!
No-Kill Shelter and Rescue Group Support
This program is designed to help local shelters and adoption centers. They provide direct funding for animal care and operational expenses.
Its also worth taking a look at Paws in Need and Shakespeare Animal Fund.