S/Nipped, Inc. is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization with a driven mission to end the suffering and euthanasia of healthy adoptable dogs and cats due to overpopulation through education and high quality, low cost, accessible spay and neuter. S/Nipped is also dedicated to improving the lives of feral and stray cat populations through our trap, neuter and return program. Your generous donation will fund our mission to create a better future for cats and dogs.
S/Nipped clinic is a vital resource to the local South Coast community. Our main focus is Spay/Neuter but we also provide: Education, low-cost vaccination, wellness exams, flea treatment, and more. Since opening, S/Nipped does over 3000 Spays/Neuters surgeries yearly and has Spayed/Neutered over 48,000 animals and TNR'ed more than 7,700 feral and stray cats since its inception.
S/Nipped Clinic A Better Tomorrow for Cats and Dogs
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To donate directly or mail your donation to S/Nipped 132 N. Wasson, Coos Bay Or 97420.
Drop off of in-kind donations also graciously accepted including the following:
Whether you donate $5 or $500, your donation will make an impact. Your donation is tax deductible! We are a US 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Additional ways to help
Over 48,000 animals to date have been assisted by one of S/Nipped's life saving programs- could you help us?
S/Nipped is a low cost spay/neuter clinic. We are a non-profit 501-C3.
We rely on and greatly appreciate donations. We do offer tax deductible receipts. Cash donations are gladly accepted. Below is a list of items our clinic uses regularly.
Donations made payable to:
132 N Wasson Coos Bay, OR 97420
Our high quality, low cost spay and neuter clinic has sterilized more than 48,000 patients to date. An average of 120 dogs, cats, puppies and kittens come to us each week to be sterilized. Our medical staff and volunteers work tirelessly to see that each patient receives the utmost in compassionate care..
The S/Nipped and Tipped program has been a very successful effort on behalf of the community to trap, neuter and return stray, feral and free roaming community cats. With more than 7700 community cats altered to date, our population of stray and feral cats entering our shelter system is declining. In Coos County, Oregon and surrounding areas, the leading cause of euthanasia in our shelter cat population is due to the influx of unwanted stray kittens and stray community cats seeking homes at a rate our shelter system can't sustain. .