. Since 1986, speaking for those who can't speak for themselves.

Effective January 8, 2023, People For Animals will temporarily be on pause

and will not be accepting requests for spay/neuter assistance at this time.
You can contact your local shelter, humane society or animal control for

guidance regarding spay/neuter assistance in your area.

You may also visit https://www.spaytennessee.org/

 for additional resources.

Please check back for updates as to when

we will resume normal operations.


PFA has already helped 900 animals get spayed or neutered in 2023 alone. Donate or volunteer to help us increase our impact even more.


PFA's first priority is to reduce birth rates by providing assistance to pet owners needing help in getting the spay/neuter surgery done.  Since 15 dogs and 45 cats are born for every human,  we cannot overcome pet overpopulation by rescuing them one at a time.   The benefits to spaying/neutering your pet...MORE

Clinics, by county, participating in the PFA Spay/Neuter assistance program.  Click here to find a clinic near you.

Why Adopt?

Shelter animals aren't damaged, they just need a home!  Unwanted Puppies and Kittens eventually wind up in shelters, if they are lucky. National figures indicate that on average, half of the animals in shelters are euthanized for lack of good homes.   Get more info here.


We are an all-volunteer organization.  If you would like to join our dedicated group of volunteers please contact us at PeopleForAnimals@comcast.net (click here)  or call 615-794-8925.

The PFA Board of Directors is a dedicated and energetic group of people. 


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