2022 Online Auction
February is National Spay/Neuter Awareness Month and, in celebration, Fix Georgia Pets is hosting an online auction fundraiser. The auction will launch on World Spay Day, February 22nd, and close out on March 1st. This is your chance to get some great items while supporting Fix Georgia Pets’ mission to end pet overpopulation and stop senseless euthanasia of Georgia’s companion animals.
Stay tuned for the auction link coming soon!
Thank You to our Generous Donors!
Share the Love this February
February is Spay/Neuter Awareness Month, a crucial time to spay/neuter before puppy and kitten season. Cats and dogs cannot add or subtract, but they sure can multiply!
In celebration of Spay/Neuter Awareness Month, all donors who give $40 or more between now and February 28th will receive a custom-made Greeting Card featuring a watercolor design of your pet.
Hooray for Heroes
Your support saves the lives of Georgia’s dogs and cats and ends euthanasia. Your support makes you a HERO.
Thank you to everyone who became a sponsor in 2020. Our online event was a huge success thanks to your support.
2019 Hooray for Hollywood Gala
“The people, the party, the details, the effort… It was a swellegant, elegant way to raise money for the beloved animals who cannot do it on their own.” – Rex Reed
“The Gala for Fix Georgia Pets was nothing short of spectacular. Begin with the stunning beauty of the setting, add your hosts, who are the definition of gracious elegance… top it off with a lovely, nostalgic musical journey with Rex Reed as your talented, entertaining guide…… What you have is a glorious event raising funds and awareness [for spay neuter] with flawless Southern Hospitality. It was a joy to be part of it.” – Loretta Swit
October 24, 2019
2017 Come Together Gala
The 2017 Red Carpet Fete was an elegant evening with signature cocktails & hors d’oeuvres from Legendary Events & Catering, a live & silent auction presented by Dean Crownover and celebrity guests Carolyne Roehm & “fashion fido” therapy dog, Chloe Hubal.
Proceeds from this event supported Fix Georgia Pets life-saving work to reduce pet overpopulation in Georgia.
October 20, 2016