Pet Community Center is dedicated to strengthening the human-animal bond and ending pet overpopulation.
About Pet Community Center
Pet Community Center’s goal is to make Nashville a community that provides live outcomes for all healthy and treatable shelter animals – with the result being a 90 percent live release rate at the Metro Nashville animal shelter. Our methods for achieving this goal focus on prevention programs such as spay/neuter and veterinary wellness care to prevent unwanted litters of puppies and kittens and provide services that help keep pets in loving homes. We’ve had a focus on community cats since our inception in 2011 and continue to focus on this critical population of animals in our community.
- Since 2011 our organization has served more than 20,000 animals through the spay/neuter clinic, community cat program, and low-cost wellness services.
- In June 2014 we opened our spay/neuter clinic and since then we’ve served more than 16,000 animals in the clinic.
- We partner with almost 20 local animal welfare groups to provide surgeries to rescue animals, underserved dogs and pets belonging to low-income pet owners.