OPA's Flight For Life and Pups on Trucks!
Operation Pets Alive organizes "rescue flights" and ground transports, for "at risk" homeless dogs in Montgomery County. These flights would not be possible without our partnerships with the receiving shelters in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Colorado and our transporters, Cloud Nine Rescue of Pennsylvania and P.E.T.S. LLC. All are great organizations working hard to help communities become no-kill communities. Volunteer opportunities include helping with getting animals vetted for health certificates, photography, checking temperament, dog washing and helping with transport the morning of the flight. Read More
Trap, Neuter, Return
Feral cats taken to a shelter are typically killed. With TNR feral cats are trapped, sterilized, vaccinated then returned to their colonies or placed for adoption if necessary. A feral cat’s cropped left ear signifies it has been altered and vaccinated. With proper monitoring, feral cats can live long, happy lives. Volunteer opportunities include fostering overnight and then transporting to and from the spay/neuter clinic. Read More
Homeless pets belong in homes not shelters! Cats and dogs in OPA!’s care are made available for adoption through adoption events, our website, and other connections. Volunteer opportunities include helping at the event by walking dogs, making sure the dogs and cats have water and helping people with the adoption process. Read More
All of the animals in OPA's adoption program live in foster homes! This is an extremely important, absolutely life-saving function. OPA Fosters must sign a contract, agree to care for the animal, take it to scheduled vet appointments, take it to adoption events, assist with developing "good manners", assist by providing information for bios, attend photo sessions, and last but not least, turn loose when the animal finds a great new family! We realize that fostering is a gracious and time-consuming effort on behalf of the homeless, and we will attempt to provide the services you deserve to made it as easy as possible for you to help! Read More
Plan A - $30.00 plus $10.00 for a rabies vaccination if your dog does not have a current rabies vaccination. Rabies vaccinations are required for all spay and neuter surgeries. This program is for people on any kind of government assistance, Medicaid or Medicare, Unemployment, Supplemental Security Income Program, EBT Card or WIC, HUD Housing. A person will also qualify if they make $40,000 a year or under. You must show proof in order to qualify.
Plan B - $80.00 plus $10.00 for a rabies vaccination. This program is designed to help those individuals who cannot afford regular spay and neuter surgery and who do not qualify for our spay and neuter assistance program ( Plan A ).
For more information on this program you can download the application form and information sheet. Please call 281-528-4340 after completing the application to complete the application process. PayPal is available to those that wish to pay online.