Stray Animal Program
The MVMA Charities provides financial assistance for urgent and emergent care of non-owned, unwanted, and unclaimed stray animals. By creating partnerships between local Animal Control Officers and veterinarians, the MVMAC plays an important role in getting these animals the medical care they need. Currently, funds are made available to every town and city in the commonwealth.
It is the goal of the Stray Animal Program to enlist all 351 cities and towns throughout the commonwealth to help as many animals across the state as possible.
We work to provide outreach to animal control officers and veterinarians alike. We encourage pet owners to ask their veterinarians if they partner with our program, too!
READ MORE about some of the animals that have been helped over the years...
Currently, 188 communities across Massachusetts have registered for the Stray Animal Program and are receiving as much as $3,000 per year to offset the medical and surgical care of their stray animals.
Here's what Animal Control Officers say about the program:
Animal Control Officers can not succeed without help from MVMA Charities and organizations like them. Thank you!!
Our town has a very small budget when it comes to things like this...knowing I had this as an option was amazing!
Thank you! What a wonderful program you offer :)
You guys have helped us out over the last few years and you are truly amazing and we appreciate what you guys do to help!
Thank you again for always helping us :-)
I am very grateful for your organization. Without you guys we wouldn't be able to save the animals that we do.