Through the sale of specialty license plates and private charitable donations the Georgia Pet Foundation (GPF) will fund eligible, statewide spay-neuter programs in an effort to eliminate pet overpopulation and the euthanasia of healthy and treatable cats and dogs.
GPF was established as a 501(c)(3) non profit organization in April 2016 when Governor Deal signed legislation approving the new tag.
Approximately 62% of homeless pets who enter Georgia county shelters are killed each year. In addition to GPF’s spay-neuter grant program, we will also focus on public education initiatives to increase community awareness of the benefits and imperatives of spaying and neutering Georgia pets.
Save A Life.
Through a generous private donation, GPF’s overhead has been funded through 2018. That means 100% of funds raised will go directly towards funding for spay/neuter.
By purchasing a Georgia Pet Foundation License plate, you help fund free and low-cost spay and neuter programs across the state.