WHAT IS THE PALS PROGRAM:
WHO QUALIFIES FOR THE PROGRAM:
HOW DO I APPLY FOR THE PALS PROGRAM:
Print out the PALS form in PDF format, fill it out, and mail it (SNAP-NC, PO Box 278, New Hill, NC 27562) with all supporting documents. We will call you when we have processed your application and we will schedule your appointment at that time. Please allow 10 business days for us to contact you. You must have subsidy approval BEFORE scheduling your appointment.
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ATTENTION: CASWELL, ORANGE and PERSON County residents. As a resident of Orange, Caswell or Person County you may be eligible for AnimalKind’s, “The $20 FIX” program. Please go to AnimalKind for more information or contact them at 919-870-1660.
ATTENTION: FRANKLIN County Residents. As a resident of Franklin County you may be eligible for the SNIF Program, funded by Paws for Life Animal Rescue (formerly the Franklin County Humane Society). Please visit Paws for Life Animal Rescue for more information or contact them at 919-990-1047.
ATTENTION: FRANKLIN County Residents. As a resident of Franklin County you may be eligible for the SNIP FUND, offered by the SPCA of Franklin County. Please visit SPCA of Franklin County for more information or contact them at 919-556-0954.
ATTENTION: ORANGE County Residents. As a resident of Orange County you may be eligible for the free spay-netuer Program offered by Orange County Animal Services. Please visit Orange County Animal Services for more information or contact them at 919-942-PETS (7387).
PALS Frequently Asked Questions
What is the PALS Program?
PALS (Prevent Another Litter Subsidy) is a financial assistance program for qualified low-income pet owners.
What are the qualifications for the PALS Program?
You must fill out a PALS application and provide proof of financial need in order to qualify for the PALS Program. Accepted forms of proof are listed on the application.
What is the co-payment for the PALS Program if I am approved?$50 cash for dogs less than 60 pounds
How many pets can I have spayed or neutered using the PALS Program?
The PALS Program is funded solely through grants and donations therefore we must limit the number of approved pets to 2 per family per lifetime. We reserve the right to decline applications from clients that have used the PALS Program in the past and are seeking help with new pets.
I have more than two pets, should I list them all on the PALS application?
Yes. Please be sure to list all pets owned by you at the time of your application as this could affect your approval in the future. If you have both male and female pets in your household, priority will be given to the females.
My pet may be pregnant and I want to keep her puppies/kittens, do I still qualify for the PALS Program?
No. The purpose of the PALS Program is to prevent litters. Should you choose to allow any of your pets to have litters after you are approved for the subsidy your approval status will be revoked.
Where can I get a PALS application?
The PALS application is available on this page (link is above) or call our office to receive an application by mail.
How long does it take SNAP to process my PALS application?
Please allow 10 business days. We will call you when we have processed your application and we will schedule your appointment(s) at that time.
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