We ARE making a difference in the community!

At  H.O.P.E. for Animals   it is our MISSION to eliminate the preventable euthanasia of companion animals and community cats by providing
high-quality low-cost spay/neuter and wellness services, by supporting rescue and by promoting responsible pet ownership.

H.O.P.E. for Animals Will Be Closed...
H.O.P.E. for Animals will be CLOSED for building maintenance on
Thursday, February 21st and Friday, February 22nd
We will re-open with regular business hours on Monday, February, 25th

Look how many animals we helped in January!
January 2019

H.O.P.E. for Animals provided

1,016 spay/neuter surgeries
528 pets visited our Wellness Clinic

So far this year we have provided 1,016 spay/neuter surgeries!

Do you shop at Kroger?
Supporting H.O.P.E. for Animals has never been easier! Just shop at Kroger and scan your registered Kroger Plus Card!
Here's how to enroll:

2) Sign into your online account or create an account
3) Find and select H.O.P.E. for Animals and click "enroll"

Our Kroger Code is JJ032
We have community cats, yes we do, we have community cats...how about you?!
Follow our Community Cat Page!

Learn more about our
Community Cat Program here.
H.O.P.E. for Animals teamed up with
the Allen County SPCA and
Fort Wayne Animal Care and Contro l

Operation C.A.T. aims to reduce shelter death through targeted sterilization of
Fort Wayne and Allen County’s
free-roaming cat population. Operation C.A.T.  utilizes a Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) model and strives to humanely catch, sterilize, rabies vaccinate, microchip and ear-tip free-roaming and stray cats. This proven method is the only way to save lives and improve the health of our community’s free-roaming felines’ and reduce overpopulation at the same time.​

Be a part of the FIX
Every year hundreds of thousands of animals are born in the spring with no home to go to. Help stop the cycle, get your pets fixed now.
Pet Overpopulation is the number one killer of dogs and cats in the United States. Each year an estimated ten million dogs, cats, puppies and kittens are put to death in our nation’s animal shelters as a method of population control. The majority of these animals were young, healthy and adoptable. In addition, millions of abandoned pets and feral cats suffer on the street as they attempt to survive on their own.

  • A female cat can begin breeding as young as 4 months old.
  • A female cat can become pregnant while still nursing.
  • One unaltered female cat and her off-spring can produce over 370,000 cats in only 7 years.

  • Nationally, 80% of the dogs hit by cars are unaltered males searching for mates.
  • One unaltered female dog and her off-spring can produce 67,000 dogs in only 6 years.
  • As many as 25% of dogs entering shelters each year are purebreds.


How can you help prevent pet overpopulation ?
The Answer: spay/neuter your pets!


https://spayneuter.org/why-spayneuter/
H.O.P.E. for Animals will be at the Fort Wayne Home and Garden Show! Make sure to stop by and say "Hi"! Our booth number is:
1002

The Home and Garden Show schedule is:
Feb 28 – Mar 3, 2019
Thursday & Friday: 11a – 9p
Saturday: 10a – 9p
Sunday: 11a – 5p


How We Help Pets & People In Need
"Their staff is caring and respectful of your fur baby's and they seem to treat them like their own. We have a rescue pitbull that has some issues but they handled her with complete and total compassion. Only have good things to say I could go on and on."

D. Smith
Facebook Review
NEW Revolution Plus for Cats
We are so very excited to share with
you our new product:

This Revolution is new and improved...now protecting your feline friend against ticks!

So, what all does Revolution Plus protect your cat/kitten from?
  • fleas
  • ticks
  • ear mites
  • roundworms
  • hookworms
  • heartworms

Revolution Plus for Cats is a
simple-to-apply, quick-drying,
small-volume, monthly topical solution.

Parasites are NOT "outdoor-only"
Fleas, ticks, ear mites, intestinal worms, and heartworms can get into any home. Parasites hitchhike indoors on other pets
or creatures, on shoes and clothes, or get inside through doors and windows.

Save the Dates for 2019!
Home and Garden Show, War Memorial Coliseum - Feb. 28th - Mar. 3rd
Parrot Heads for Paws, Flashbacks and YOLO - Apr. 27th
Pedal for Paws, Pedal City - May 18th
Hip to Snip Fur-Ball Bash, War Memorial Coliseum - Sep. 28th
Feline Fall Festival, H.O.P.E. for Animals - Oct. 12th

Interested in Sponsoring one of our events?
Send an email to mreiter@hfafw.org
Donate Today!
H.O.P.E. for Animals is a 501c3 nonprofit. We are reliant on donations and grants to operate. With support from friends like you we are able to help thousands of families and pets each month.

Please consider making a gift today. Learn More
We are proud to share with our supporters that we have partnered with the Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne to form an endowment fund for H.O.P.E. for Animals. This fund will create an ongoing source of income for our organization so that we can continue our charitable work for many years to come.

Would you consider making a legacy gift to our cause? When you make a legacy gift, you are demonstrating your commitment to our mission that is saving lives every day. H.O.P.E. for Animals is dedicated to working with donors who are considering, or who have made plans, to leave a gift in their will, trust, or by beneficiary designation. Your gift can be made in honor or memory of a loved one or pet, and deepens your commitment to improving the lives of animals in our community and surrounding communities. 

To learn more about legacy giving, please reach out to our
Executive Director, Allison Miller, at AMiller@hfafw.org.
Thank you for donating!

A donation was made in memory of:

Carmen Sgro
~L., D. and M. Kimmel
~T. Strawbridge

Virginia Grey
~Hot Rock Hogs

Iris J. Storms
~M. & A. Thompson
~R. & J. Thompson

Brody
~H. Pohler


A donation was made in honor of:

Dr, Carol Fretz - Birthday
~D. Brandenberger

Andrea - Happy Birthday
~M. Gater
~T. & B. Cicora

H.O.P.E. for Animals

1333 Maycrest Drive
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46805
Phone: 260-420-SPAY (7729)