Your donations allow Planned PEThood to keep helping cats and dogs. Whether it’s a cash donation, supplies, or services, there is no donation too small. Read more at our Ways To Give page or click one of the Donation buttons below to find out how you can help! Every effort is truly appreciated and makes a world of difference!

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Save animals and shop! Donate and purchase gently used items at our NEW Thrift Store located in Duluth.

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Go Fix Georgia Program

Donate a vehicleLearn more about our newest life-saving program assisting rural counties with access to spay/neuter services.

Become a Volunteer

Planned PEThood would not exist without our passionate and hard-working volunteers. Learn about our volunteer opportunities.

Become a Foster Family

Become a FosterBeing a foster family is one of the biggest contributions you can make. A little time can mean a lifetime for a homeless pet.

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Dog and cat lying in the grassOur foster families are the best! You can help support them by making a purchase on our Amazon wishlist.

Upcoming events

  • 23 Oct 2021

    Vaccine Clinics 2021

    ALL VACCINE CLINICS ARE APPOINTMENT ONLY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. You may book an appointment for a future vaccine clinic by…
  • 24 Nov 2021

    Half Day – November 24th

    Our spay/neuter clinic in Duluth will close at noon.
  • 25 Nov 2021

    Closed – Thanksgiving

    Happy Thanksgiving! Our spay/neuter clinic in Duluth is closed.

Featured Pet

Meet Butterfly



Beautiful Butterfly is a very sweet kitty who loves to be on your lap and talk to you. She was rescued from the shelter in early 2018 and put in a foster home. Little by little she started to feel better. Butterfly has black fur except for a small patch of white fur on her chest and belly. She is a slim kitty, 8 lbs. and can be very active. She loves playing, climbing and looking out the window. Whenever she is hungry, she will start talking to meowing and meowing.

Butterfly has stomatitis that is controlled with medicine every other day. A potential adopter has to be an experienced cat owner who will be committed to giving love and paying attention to her.

Because of Social Distancing, I encourage anyone interested in meeting Butterfly in Zooming me. I am happy to tell you about sweet Butterfly. Please email foster at

Butterfly is negative for FIV/FeLV, spayed and up-to-date on vaccinations. The kitty has a microchip that will be transferred to the adopter upon completion of the adoption process. Butterfly’s adoption fee has been sponsored for an approved adopter.

Will you help Butterfly find her forever home?


10 hours ago

Planned PEThood of GA
Thanks to generous support from the Jim Parker Charitable Fund and Habersham County Animal Shelter, our Go Fix Georgia by Planned PEThood and Planned PEThood of GA teams helped 200 animals and their families at our outreach event on Saturday, Oct. 16 in Habersham County!We distributed free vaccines, microchips, and dewormer, and we gave out vouchers for spay/neuter surgery at our clinic! We're so glad these pets will be healthy and happy and avoid contributing to pet overpopulation in Georgia.If you'd like to be part of the solution providing affordable, accessible spay/neuter and wellness care to Georgia pets, please consider volunteering with us! You'll have fun while doing good. ... See MoreSee Less
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