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 .  You may also call (and leave a message) or text (770) 704- PAWS (7297) for more information.

Support Our Cause

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

If you have donation questions, please call us at 770-704-7297 or 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

Help Support Those that Support Us

Thanks to funding provided by Second Life Atlanta and the LuluMa Foundation with services provided by Spay/Neuter Vets, Cherokee Stray Cats, Pet Buddies Food Pantry and many other non-profit animal welfare organizations and like-minded individuals, we continue to support high-quality, low-cost spay/neuter.