Companion Animal Action Team is a non-profit group of like minded citizens living in Sierra County, New Mexico. Our primary goal is to promote low cost spay and neuter services to low-income pet owners and to provide humane education regarding companion animals.
We are a 501c3 organization. Depending upon your own tax situation, donations are tax deductible.
Our Board meets monthly at the Fellowship Hall at St. Paul's Church at 407 Cedar St on the second Saturday of the month at 11:30 A.M. Visitors are welcome. Dates, times and locations are subject to change. If interested in attending a Board meeting, please email us and we can verify the meeting with you.
Contact for Clinic Dates & Fee Guidelines - www.caatnm.org
Similar to a credit card that can be used to pay veterinary bills. Information and the application is found here:
It requires a regular income and fairly good credit rating.
Comes in handy when something expensive comes up
suddenly, like dental problems or surgery.
ANIMAL PROTECTION OF NEW MEXICO
40 Years of Powerful, Positive Change
in New Mexico
Since 1979, APNM has been advocating for animals by effecting systemic change, working towards the humane treatment of all animals. This includes active support of local and state legislation towards the prevention of animal cruelty, as well as public awareness campaigns designed to teach students and communities across New Mexico about the ongoing threats to animals
The Michael Maxwell
provides financial help for those in need of veterinary care. The funds are limited to low income owners of elderly animals or low income elderly owners with animals in need. Maximum payout per client is $250.00 per year.
The Amayzing Grayz Fund provides funds for kittens and
or cats adopted from the T or C Animal Shelter to be spayed or neutered and vaccinated if not already done for free at one of CAAT's mobile clinics.
Due to limited space, CAAT accepts only two animals with vouchers per clinic.
The Oscar Foundation
can help with veterinary costs
if not an emergency.
SCARS can instruct on how to apply for an Oscar Foundation Grant. They can provide up to $500 maximum per client. The application requires proof of income, veterinarian's estimate and can be found at https://helposcar.org/OSCAR-apply.shtml