S.O.S. Club of Georgia Programs
We offer a variety of programs to help with the welfare of animals. Below are all the programs presently offer through our organization.
We began the Backyard Sanctuary and set up classes to teach people how to safely trap and release feral cats and kittens We work with vets and clinics to get the lowest possible prices and we rent out traps so people don’t have to buy them. Even if people can’t do it themselves, we have ways of helping trap, care for, and release feral cats.
Daisy’s Doghouse was created over years of research and disappointment that there were no dog kennels on-site at homeless or domestic violence shelters in Georgia. After searching for assistance, we finally found a domestic violence group who saw the need as we did. After a short meeting and a visit to the shelter, we set plans to donate our first 600 sq. ft. dog kennel, 3 runs, and doghouses on site at the shelter.
Daffy’s P.A.S.T. (Pet Assistance Service Team)
Daffy’s P.A.S.T. helps out in the event of a natural disaster with temporary assistance to those in need. We have a 20′ trailer that has crates, food, supplies, traps, tarps, and misc. gear to help when the need arises. In 2009, the worst flood in over a hundred years hit Georgia. West of Atlanta was hit especially hard, with several areas being completely under water including one of our soup kitchens. With the assistance of some supplies from Petco Foundation, we were there to help those in need.
No Kill GA
We are the concerned citizens and animal lovers of local communities in Georgia wanting to make a difference and provide programs to make our cities, our counties, and our state work towards No Kill. Working with proven national programs and proven local programs, we are making a difference and saving lives. Our programs have been listed in local news, national radio, and national magazines and CNN. We are making a difference. Join us now and help create a No Kill Georgia and start saving lives and stop the killing of healthy animals.