Save-A-Life, Inc. is an all volunteer IRS 501 (c)(3) non-profit animal welfare organization created to prevent overpopulation of companion animals through low cost spaying and neutering. Save-A-Life, Inc. is licensed by the Georgia Department of Agriculture. Animal shelters in the U.S. kill approximately 5.2 million abandoned, unwanted animals each year. Millions more suffer and die on the streets due to starvation, exposure, diseases, and automobile accidents. For more than 4 decades Save-A-Life has assumed a leadership role in advocating low-cost spaying and neutering in order to help prevent the wholesale slaughter of unwanted, homeless dogs and cats. Responsible pet owners do not add to the pet overpopulation problem, they spay or neuter their pets. Save-A-Life also provides foster care, necessary medical treatment for foster animals, and a placement assistance program to help members of the public place their companion animals. All funding for SAL programs comes from donations and fund raising activities. We have been saving animal lives since 1967!
Current Events and Announcements
Grass Volley Ball Fundraiser for Save-A-Life
Want to help Save-A-Life help animals and have fun too?? Join the Volley for Save-A-Life grass volleyball tourney, Sunday, March 26th from 8:30 AM-4 PM at Forsyth Park in Savannah. A/AA women’s and men’s divisions, B/BB adult division, and juniors from U12-U18. A/AA divisions $50. Adult triples and juniors $45. Additional $10 for late registration after Wednesday, March 20th. Contact email@example.com or call/text 912-398-5767 for questions and registration forms. If you can’t play, come out and cheer your favorite team. Or you can a make a donation in support of the event at www.savealifepets.org. Use the Donate button and be sure to put Volley for Save-A-Life in the instruction section. Donations may be made via Pay Pal or with credit card.
Mobile Adoption Schedule
Looking to adopt a cat or dog? Looking to re-home one (be sure to read the information in the “Find a New Home for Your Pet” section before bringing your pet to mobile adoption). Here is where we will be:
Abercorn Street PetSmart Store
February 25 12 Noon to 2:30 PM
March 4 12 Noon to 2:30 PM
March 11 12 Noon to 2:30 PM
March 18 Fosters will be available for appointments to show pets but there will not be at PetSmart. Happy St. Patrick’s day!
March 25 12 Noon to 2:30 PM
Remember if you are seeking to re-home an unaltered pet, you must come to one of the TailsSpin locations with the pet.
None scheduled at this time
Other times and locations to be determined. Check this web site, the Pet Events section of The Savannah Morning News, or the Friday Pet segment on Mid Morning Live.
REMEMBER THAT NOT ALL PETS COME TO EACH MOBILE ADOPTION. Browse this site for our adoptable pets. Contact the foster named in the pet listing to arrange a meet and greet appointment.
- Southside PetSmart Store – Southside Savannah at 11132 Abercorn Street
- Savannah TailsSpin Store – Habersham Village at 4501 Habersham Street
- Pooler TailsSpin Store – Publix Shopping Center, Pooler, at 473 Pooler
- Parkway Whitemarsh Island TailsSpin Store- Publix Shopping Center, Whitemarsh Island, 4717 Hwy. 80 East
Save-A-Life Discount Spay-Neuter Certificate Program
Save-A-Life Spay/Neuter discount certificates must be purchased on line or by mail. Click on the Services/Discount Spay-Neuter Certificates menu option to see how to obtain the certificates. Thank you for being a responsible pet owner and altering your pet. We will be still showing altered pets at the Abercorn Street PetSmart store each Saturday from 11 to 2:30. And check our web site regularly to see when we will be adopting from the TailsSpin stores.
Call for Volunteers!
Save-A-Life Animal Welfare Agency is seeking volunteers to assist with adoption paperwork during our mobile adoptions on Saturdays at the Abercorn Street Petsmart Store. We also need volunteers to help answer our hotline which can be done from your home. No experience necessary-we train you. The only requirements are that you like people, want to help animals in need, can give 4 hours a month and are 18 or older. For more information go to www.savealifepets.org or call 912 598-7729 (SPAY) and leave a message for Susan.