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. WILL BE CLOSED July 2nd-4th
We will not have any scheduled appointments or walk-ins during this time.

Enjoy the holiday with your
fur-pals and remember to be safe!
Short Stacks for a Tall Cause
H.O.P.E. for Animals serves YOU at July's Dine to Donate...
Bring the whole family and enjoy a breakfast for a GREAT cause on July 14th at Applebee's, 4510 North Clinton!

Tickets are $8. Purchase your tickets at H.O.P.E. for Animals, Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. Wednesdays we are open until 7pm! You can also purchase your tickets the day of the event or send a check to H.O.P.E. with your name and number of tickets for "will-call".

H.O.P.E. for Animals
1333 Maycrest Drive
Fort Wayne, IN 46805

Thank you in advance for supporting our organization and enjoy your meal!
Thank You
Remember our Community Cat fundraiser featuring Honey and her kittens? With everyone's help donating and sharing, we exceeded our goal! We want to give a HUGE thank you to all of you that helped!

Honey and her kittens are now spayed/neutered and living a happier, healthier life -- thanks to YOU!
Is Your Pet Up To Date on Vaccines?
H.O.P.E. has a FREE vaccine clinic THIS SATURDAY!
Thank you Avangrid Renewables for making this vaccine clinic possible ! This clinic is limited to 4 pets per household. Bring your pet(s) in between 9am to 1pm This Saturday!

Quantities are limited - so come early!

H.O.P.E. for Animals
1333 Maycrest Drive
Fort Wayne, IN 46805

First come - first served .
See you and your furry friends there!

Interested in sponsoring a clinic like this? Click here to learn more!
How We Help Our Supporters
“H.O.P.E. for Animals has been providing safe spay/neuter services for the adoptable animals of the Allen County SPCA since they opened their doors in 2010. As a reputable shelter, we are committed to ensuring that dogs and cats are sterilized prior to adoption, and we would not be able to accomplish that important goal without the help of our coalition partners at H.O.P.E. We consider them not just our allies in the mission to save animals’ lives, but also our friends.”

-Jessica Henry, Allen County SPCA
It's HOT!
Know the warning signs of overheating in pets...
The national ASPCA warns that, "Breeds especially threatened by heat are those with a “pushed in face” or a “flat face” like boxers, pugs, Pekingese or bulldogs because these breeds have a smaller air passage and therefore will struggle with breathing while trapped in the heat. Excessive panting can raise a dog’s heart rate to an alarming level.

If you suspect that your dog has heat stroke try laying him on cold tile with cool towels on the back of his neck, groin area, armpits and moisten the ear flaps and paws with cool water. Be sure to avoid using cold or ice water as this will constrict the dog’s blood vessels in the skin. If blood vessels are constricted, this will prevent blood flow to the dog’s heart."

Spay and Neuter

May 2018

H.O.P.E. for Animals provided

976 spay/neuter surgeries
740 pets visited our Wellness Clinic

So far this year we have provided
4,821 spay/neuter surgeries!

Save the Dates
Upcoming Events 2018

PRIDEFEST - July 28th, stop by our booth!
Hip to Snip - Sat, September 22nd
Pits in the Park - Oct 6th, stop by our booth!
Feline Fall Festival - Sat, October 13th

We are looking for businesses that want to reach loyal, pet-loving supporters, and to provide your message to nearly 100,000 people in our community. Interested? Click on the Sponsorship Opportunities link below!

Upcoming Dine to Donates 2018:
Applebee's (Breakfast) - Sat, July 14th 8am - 10am
Scotty's Brewhouse - Thur, August 16th 11am - 11:59pm
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 were able to help thousands of families and pets in 2017.

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
Thank you for donating!

A donation was made in memory of:

Sally Hart
~D. & P. Frey
~R. Jean Gilliom
~K. Bireley
~L. Terman
~Dirig Sheet Metal

Bernie Becker
~B. Rutledge

Leona Haenftling
~D. & T. Rice
~N. Kirwan
~D. & D. Driscoll
~D. Bruick

~N. & K. Grepke
H.O.P.E. for Animals

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