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Contribute to the Solution

Donate to the Pet Overpopulation Fund on your Colorado Tax Return

www.savecoloradopets.org

An Easy Way to Help Colorado’s Pet Overpopulation Problem

Last year over 38,000 of the 158,000 dogs and cats that entered Colorado shelters were euthanized. Although this is a large number of euthanasias, it reflects a decrease of 2,000 from 2007 – thanks in large part to Pet Overpopulation Fund donors! In 2001, the Colorado State Legislature created the Fund to provide subsidized spay and neuter surgeries for dogs and cats in underserved areas of Colorado. As we begin the eighth year of the Fund, the Pet Overpopulation Fund has awarded over $1.3 million in grants for more than 37,000 pet sterilization surgeries in underserved areas of Colorado.

Your donation could save a pet’s life!

Your generous donation will help fund grants to subsidize spay and neuter surgeries. These grants are awarded to coalitions of animal care and control agencies and veterinarians to help stop unwanted pet births.

Donate on your Colorado State income tax form!

Colorado State Statutes established a charitable tax checkoff on the Colorado state income tax form. Simply enter in the amount you would like to donate on line 33 of your tax form, and the state of Colorado will forward the designated amount to this important, life-saving fund. Your donation is tax deductible.


Donate Today!

You can also contribute any time directly to the Fund by sending a donation to 1805 South Bellaire Street, Suite 400, Denver, CO 80222. Make checks out to the Colorado Pet Overpopulation Fund. Your donation is tax deductible.