Who We Are

Georgia Animal Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to ending companion animal overpopulation.

Our Mission

Georgia Animal Project’s mission is to reduce animal suffering and shelter euthanasia by confronting companion-animal overpopulation through effective education programs and by supporting high quality, low-cost spay and neuter programs that directly serve local communities.

What We Do

Georgia Animal Project believes in targeting the root cause of animal overpopulation with a sound solution – high quality, low-cost spay and neuter.

Community Programs

Georgia animal-welfare organizations interested in developing spay/neuter programs for their community please contact us for assistance. Georgia Animal Project can be contacted via email at  cindy@theanimalproject.org .

Support Our Cause

Monetary donations may also be mailed to: PO Box 689, Holly Springs, GA 30142.

If you have donation questions, please email our Director at cindy@theanimalproject.org.

Donations play a significant role in our ability to help communities and individuals in need of low-cost spay and neuter programs.

If you believe in our cause and care to help, we ask that you consider contributing to our organization.  Georgia Animal Project is a designated 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization and a Georgia Registered Charitable Organization. 

Thank you for your generous support.

Georgia Animal Project Board of Directors

Our Friends

Thanks to funding provided by Second Life Atlanta , the LuluMa Foundation , and generous donations from our community.

Services provided by Spay/Neuter Vets, Alpharetta, Good Mews, Marietta, Community Cat Clinic, Woodstock, Cherokee Stray Cats, Pet Buddies Food Pantry, Cedartown Polk County Humane Society and many other non-profit animal welfare organizations and like-minded individuals who continue to support high-quality, low-cost spay/neuter and TNVR programs.