Leading the Fight
Against Pet Overpopulation

Tracy Sugar Bingo

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Community Outreach

The FACE Spay Neuter clinic is committed to providing accessible and affordable spay neuter resources, in addition to educating and empowering people to care for their pets. There is a large underserved segment of our community that has no connection to any animal welfare groups or veterinarians.

Transport Van The FACE clinic seeks to close this "gap" by extending targeted spay/neuter, medical, education and transportation resources beyond the walls of our clinic and into the neighborhoods of greatest need. Our targeted programs focus on the animals at the greatest risk of being put down in the shelter or abandoned on the street. We accomplish this through door to door community outreach, partnering with other animal welfare groups and community centers and working with our city government. Without this commitment to aggressive outreach programs, increased funding and resources, this segment of the animal population will continue to be a significant source of shelter intake or left to suffer on the street.

Targeted Programs

Community Cat Program

IACC The Community Cat program is a partnership between Indianapolis Animal Care and Control (IACC), FACE and The Southside Animal Shelter. The goal of the program is to reduce euthanasia for stray and feral cats that are trapped and brought to the city shelter. Since feral cats are not socialized to people they are not adoption candidates nor appropriate to live indoors. As such their only outcome is to be put down.

IndyFeral The Community Cat Program will allow qualifying stray and feral cats to be returned to their outdoor homes. All cats are neutered, vaccinated and eartipped for identification. Neutering the cats greatly reduces the nuisance/mating behaviors associated with unaltered cats. TNR education and enrollment is also offered to citizens who are trapping and taking cats to IACC as a non-lethal alternative to the trapping and killing of the cats.

For information about caring for outside cats, download our two page Feral Cat Colony Guidelines document (.docx).

Lend a Hand / Help a Paw Program

This program offers pet food to help families who are in need continue to care for their dogs and cats in their homes. FACE is currently accepting donations for these items during our regularly scheduled hours. Thank you for supporting this program.

Pet Food Pantry Resources

Indianapolis Pet Food Pantry, 456 Holmes Ave., Indianapolis, IN. The pantry is open for dog and cat owners and colony caretakers every first and third Saturday of the month from Noon to 4:00pm. To receive dog or cat food you must:

1. Bring proof of spay/neuter for any animals to receive food and
2. Bring proof of low-income status, which includes any form of public assistance, unemployment, or proof of financial hardship.

The pantry is operated by FIDO, www.fidoindy.org, (317) 221-1314.

Pet Supplies Plus Indianapolis area stores are also accepting unopened dog and cat food, cat litter, and other pet supplies.
Pet Supplies Plus

Collaborating Partners

Thank you for partnering with FACE and supporting our mission.

FACE is the spay/neuter partner for all the dogs and cats adopted from Indianapolis Animal Care and Control.