Why Spay / Neuter



My name is Cheryl and while I admit I can be grumpy at times, when I learn to trust you I will beg to be petted and lick your hand.  I'm nine years old and I was adopted from the SPCA when I was a kitten. When my owner died someone  brought me back to the SPCA and I have just been aching to get to my new "furever" home ever since. When I first arrived I really had to show the people at the SPCA who was boss but now I have chilled out and they can give me love and kisses. I don't like other cats too much but I can tolerate those slobbering dogs pretty well. I am independent and won't miss you much when you are gone but I'll climb on the couch with you when you get home and let you rub my ears and pet and brush me. I am a beautiful tuxedo kitty and my best feature is the tiny white tip and the end of my long black tail. Won't you give this middle-aged lady a home? If you are interested in Cheryl or any of our grumpy and lovey cats and dogs please call (251) 633-3531 or complete the online

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Don't forget we
recycle for cash!

Please bag up your aluminum and drop it by the office. Our own Mr. Roy crushes all the donated aluminum and bags it up for recycle. In 2014 he has crushed a whopping 3,341 pounds of aluminum and raised $2,461 — that aluminum means cash to buy supplies for the animals. We also recycle cell phones, old electric cords, Christmas lights, brass, copper, gold, silver and ink cartridges.


Finance pet treatment with Vetary and give back to our pet shelter!

Since the Mobile SPCA is a private, non-profit organization, our money for spay and neuter assistance must come from memberships and donations and is therefore limited. We endeavor to help as many people as possible, but must concentrate our efforts on hardship cases.

Spaying and neutering helps dogs and cats live longer, healthier lives. Spaying and neutering can eliminate or reduce the incidence of a number of health problems that can be very difficult or expensive to treat. Spaying eliminates the possibility of uterine or ovarian cancer and greatly reduces the incidence of breast cancer, particularly when your pet is spayed before her first estrous cycle. Neutering eliminates testicular cancer and decreases the incidence of prostate disease.

Spay/Neuter Assistance

Pet overpopulation continues to be a major problem in Mobile and Mobile County. The Mobile SPCA works to educate pet owners about the importance of spaying and neutering their pets. Many pet owners have refused to have their animals spayed or neutered because of the expense involved, they are not aware of the health and behavioral benefits associated with spaying and neutering or unfounded myths.

The Mobile SPCA can provide financial assistance for spay/neuter to people who qualify. If you think you qualify, please complete the online Spay-Neuter Assistance App.

You will be contacted by a member of the SPCA Spay & Neuter Committee within two weeks. If it is an emergency situation and it is necessary for you to be contacted sooner, please call us and let us know after you have submitted your application.

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Maddie's Fund

Mobile SPCA is a
proud recipient of
funding from Maddie’s
Fund® (www.maddiesfund.org),
helping to achieve a
no-kill nation #ThanksToMaddie.


Pinebrook Shopping Center
3980 Airport Boulevard
Open 7 days a week
(251) 343-2227

Science Diet

All pets adopted through
the Mobile SPCA recieve a
free bag of Science Diet Food.
Contact office for details.

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