Spay/Neuter Voucher Application Form

Our voucher program is designed to reduce the cost of getting your cat or dog altered by providing you with a coupon that can be used at your vet's office at the time of your pet's surgery. This program is open to residents of Centre County, those who work full-time in Centre County, and those who study full-time in Centre County. Update: Starting January 1, 2014, our feral cat and non-feral cat vouchers are available to Huntingdon County residents. Unfortunately, we are not able to provide vouchers to other rescue organizations for use with their animals.
 
Households can request up to 6 vouchers in one year. Vouchers are accepted by veterinarians in Centre County only and the Allegheny Spay/Neuter Clinic in Woodland. We operate the voucher program on the "honor" system and ask people to only apply if they really cannot afford the surgery otherwise so that we can help as many truly needy families as we can.
 
You can complete the online voucher application form on this page, or you can download the mail-in voucher application form.

 
Online Voucher Application Form

Your Name:
 
Address:
 
City:     State:     Zip Code:
 
Phone: ()     Email:
 
County Where You Live, Work or Study Full-Time:
    Centre County
    Huntingdon County (cats and feral cats only, no dogs)
 
Do you have a printer and would you like to receive the voucher via email? Yes    No
 
Would you like to receive the free PAWS monthly email newsletter? Yes    No
 
Animal information:
 
Cat    Dog (Centre County only)    Feral Cat*
 
Male    Female
 
Animal Name:     Animal Age:
 
Breed (dogs):
 
Color:
 
Coat Length (cats):     Weight (dogs):
 
Your Veterinarian:
 
Vouchers are only accepted at Allegheny Spay/Neuter Clinic and Centre County veterinarians. An insert will accompany the voucher with more vet information.
 
 
 
* Feral cats are "wild" cats who cannot be easily touched, and therefore the sex may not be determined until sedated. They are most often cats who will be released outdoors after being spayed/neutered. These cats must have their ear tipped while sedated to easily identify them as altered.
 
PLEASE HELP PAWS BY RESERVING SNAP FUNDS FOR INDIVIDUALS TRULY IN NEED OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE.