How WE Help
Animalkind, Inc


Each day 10,000 humans are born in the U.S.- and each day 70.000 puppies & kittens are born. As long as these rates exist, there will never be enough homes for all the animals. As a result, millions of healthy, loving cats, dogs, puppies and kittens face starvation and early death as a form of animal control. Others are left to fend for themselves against the elements, automobiles and cruel humans.

What can YOU do to stop the suffering? - SPAY & NEUTER YOUR PETS!

Work with your local animal groups/contact organizations. Together we can make a difference!

**An unspayed female cat, her mate and all of their kittens and their kittensą kittens, if none are ever altered, add up to:

1 year: 16
2 years: 128
3 years: 512
6 years: 67.000 !

PetSmart Charities: You can help reduce the overpopulation of homeless pets by proactively spaying/neutering your pets - and encouraging your friends to do the same.

Animalkind provides low cost spay/neuter service for low income pet owners and feral cats (TNR) in Columbia and Greene County. $ 65.00 per cat includes rabies and distemper vaccination. We will provide a spay/neuter certificate to participating veterinarians in our area. For more info outside of Columbia and Greene County check links: http://all-creatures.org/ak/act-lowcostsn.html  or contact us: katrin@animalkind.info 

FREE spay/neuter service for feral cats: includes rabies and distemper vaccination as well as ear notch for identification. We provide traps and guidance in TNR efforts.

Foodbank: Low income pet owners in crisis can contact us for food/medical help for their pets. We will provide food and any possible help that is needed so the pet can stay with it's owner through difficult times.

Emergency Rescue: Injured cats in need of immediate help- please contact you local veterinarian first. We will help and assist if no help is available.
 
Kingston Emergency Clinic: 1112 Morton Blvd Kingston, NY 12401 -  (845) 336-0713

Latham Emergency Clinic: 222 Troy Schenectady Road, Latham, NY  - (518) 785-1094

Abandoned cats: Please do not let an abandoned cat go hungry and unattended. If possible take it in ( a separate room, bathroom, cage etc.. will do temporarily) and contact us or your nearest local ASPCA / rescue group.

Micro-chipping: Thousands of lost pets end up in kill shelters and never find their way home. Prevent your pet from this faith. Micro-chipping offers a chance of reunion for your pet and your family. Veterinarians and shelters scan all incoming stray animals for microchip. Give your pet a chance, if lost to get home! Animalkind provides micro-chipping for your pet at $ 25.00, lifetime free registration. See Here for more information  or Contact us for an appointment.


We welcome your comments and questions