WE'RE FRIENDS TO ALL CATS AND DOGS
Not so long ago, our area was on the brink of an animal overpopulation epidemic. Faced with daunting odds, a team of forward thinking heroes created the Northwest Spay and Neuter Center to combat the crisis.
Years later, this humble organization with a simple mission has been able to help thousands of pets in the Northwest by preventing overpopulation!
A LITTLE HISTORY ABOUT US
From its founding in late 2001 through 2007, Peninsula Spay/Neuter Project (PSNP) facilitated over 10,000 spays and neuters of pet cats and dogs, as well as community and free-roaming cats. This was done with a volunteer staff.
PSNP was the first organization in the Puget Sound region to focus on pitbull overpopulation. Over 300 dogs were sterilized free of charge in 2006 and 2007.
PSNP was the first organization in Pierce County to focus on the overpopulation of community and free-roaming cats. Over 5,200 cats were sterilized via trap/neuter/return between 2001-2007.
On March 3, 2008 PSNP opened a low cost, high-volume, high-quality spay/neuter clinic in the Puget Sound Region and officially changed its name to Coalition: HUMANE (Human United to Minimized Animal Euthanasia).
In 2013, the name Coalition: HUMANE changed to Northwest Spay & Neuter Center.
In January 2021, NWSNC merged with Auburn Valley Humane Society to become a high-quality spay/neuter clinic in Western Washington.