FOGO: Fix One Get One Fixed Free!
SUCCESS! We have helped 27 households with multiple animals so far! Join us in helping these high risk homes.
Now you can make twice the impact on pet overpopulation thanks to a special promotion: FOGO. While funds last, sponsor the fix for an animal profiled on GetYourFix.org and a second pet from the same household will be fixed for FREE!
Now we can help households that are most at risk of unexpected, unwanted litters of kittens or puppies.
2. Search for animals that qualify. On the search page, check the box for households with multiple animals profiled on GetYourFix. Narrow your search using our species, feral/free roaming (new), or area options.
3. Sponsor a Fix. On each pet profile, Sponsors are given two options for funding a fix on GetYourFix. You can use either option and still take advantage of the FOGO promotion.
Option 1. Contact the Owner: In a multiple unfixed animal household, communicate with the Owner directly. Make an offfer to fund the spay or neuter of two dogs or cats. Upon making the appointment at a nearby low cost spay/neuter clinic, contact FiXiT by email or phone (757-726-SPAY) with details of the arrangements. Please include cost for one animal, clinic name, clinic phone number, and pet profile/Owner details. We will call the clinic and make payment for the second animal on the day of the surgery.
Option 2. Make a flat donation: Choose a dog or cat in a multiple animal home and make a $100 flat donation for that fix. This option is available on each pet profile, if logged in as a sponsor. FiXiT will then make all of the arrangements with the Owner and spay/neuter clinic to get the animal of your choice and a second animal in the same household fixed.
Unfortunately, the offer to fund a second animal is for the spay/neuter procedure only. Any additional services, such as vaccines, parasite control or testing, are not supported by the FOGO promotion.
If you have additional questions or comments, please contact us.
This promotion is available thanks to generous support from the Shumaker Family Foundation.