Due to overwhelming demand for our program, Spay’sTheWay is currently only accepting applications for Fayette County cats and pit bull type dogs. We recommend you contact your regular veterinarian for spay and neuter services for any other pets you may have.
Nineteen years ago, Kristin Palmgreen was hired by LHS to research targeted free and low-cost spay/neuter programs and the impact they have on the number of homeless pets in a community. After extensive research and gaining the support of the LHS board, staff, and local government, she developed Spay’sTheWay, LHS’s income-based spay/neuter program serving Fayette County residents. Over the last 18 years, Spay’sTheWay has grown, evolved, and adapted to our community’s ever-changing needs, all guided by Kristin’s leadership. As a result, the program has completed 50,000 free and low-cost spay/neuter surgeries focused on our community’s most at-risk animals.