Adopt+a+Pet+License+Plate+copyThe following post contains information and excerpts from Colorado Pet Overpopulation Fund
Mission
The Colorado Pet Overpopulation Fund (CPOF) is a specific charitable fund established in 2001 by the Colorado State Legislature. CPOF exists to work with animal care and control organizations (including pet rescues), veterinarians and local communities to curb pet overpopulation in Colorado; to provide medical care to make shelter pets more adoptable; and to educate the public about the importance of controlling pet overpopulation.
Thanks to Colorado’s concerned and generous citizens, the Colorado Pet Overpopulation Fund has provided more than $2.7 million in grants to care for homeless pets and subsidize 60,000 spay and neuter surgeries of owned pets in under served areas.
Purchase or Donate
There are 2 ways to help us!
  1. Purchase an Adopt-a-Shelter-Pet License Plate
    Since 2011 Adopt-a-Shelter-Pet License Plate sales have generated more than $1.5 million to spay/neuter and provide medical treatment and microchip identification for shelter animals. Across Colorado, there are over 15,000 Adopt-a-Shelter-Pet License Plates on the road.
  2. Donate on your Colorado Tax Form

     More than $2.7 million has been donated since 2001 by Colorado taxpayers to subsidize the spay/neuter surgeries of 60,000 cats and dogs owned by residents in under-served areas.

Thanks to Colorado’s concerned and generous citizens, the Colorado Pet Overpopulation Fund has provided more than $2.7 million in grants to care for homeless pets and subsidize 60,000 spay and neuter surgeries of owned pets in under served areas.

 

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