Our Mission

Our mission is to

bring a permanent end

to global pet overpopulation,

end the cycle of suffering

for 1 billion strays and

prevent the deaths

of over 30,000 children

who die from rabies

each year.

Our Mission 

Our mission is to bring a permanent end to global pet

overpopulation, end the cycle of suffering for 1 billion strays

and prevent the deaths of over 30,000 children who die

from rabies each year. ​

How? 

By using cutting-edge science to develop the Spay

and Neuter Cookie.

Once completed, the Cookies will be capable of spaying

and neutering – without surgery.

The Cookies are being engineered so they will only need

to be eaten one time.

They are also being designed to be species-specific.

Though not ready yet, when used as intended they will be

safe and will not harm humans, animals or the environment.

No animals are harmed in our work.

Our animals are strays whom we rescue and then adopt

into loving homes.

We are a nonprofit grassroots group doing work that

billion-dollar for-profit drug companies should be doing.

 

But they're not. 

There are too many lives at stake and we cannot wait for

the drug companies to do it, so we're doing it ourselves. ​

We receive no government support and our budget for last year was approximately $270,000. 

Our work survives entirely on contributions and we depend on our generous donors.

Please join us in this exciting project by becoming a member and sharing this.

Learn more about Why We Do This

and about our Science.

How?

 

We are on track to accomplish our mission by using cutting-edge science to develop the

Spay and Neuter Cookie. 


Once completed, the Cookies will be capable of spaying and neutering – without surgery.


The Cookies are being engineered 

so they will only need to be eaten one time.

They are also being designed to be species-specific.


Though not ready yet, when used as intended they will be safe and will not harm humans, animals or the environment.


We of course go to great

lengths to ensure that

no animals are harmed. 

In fact, our Pilot Pups are

strays whom we rescue and

then adopt into loving homes.


We are a nonprofit grassroots group, doing work that billion-dollar for-profit drug companies should be doing.  


But they're not. 

There are too many lives

at stake and we cannot

wait for the drug companies,

so we're doing the work

ourselves.

With no support from

the government, our budget

last year was $270,000.

As you can see, our work
survives entirely thanks to

contributions from

caring people. 


We invite you to join us in 

this important global project

and to learn more about 

Why We Do This

and our Science.

Thank you for caring.

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