We strive to promote the humane treatment of homeless animals and to decrease the number of those animals facing euthanasia through the increased awareness of the need for spaying, neutering, fostering and placement in permanent, loving homes.
Who We Are
L.I.F.E. for Pets is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization based in Clark County that is dedicated in giving homeless animals a chance for a better life by rescuing, fostering and adopting animals into loving homes. We are a group of volunteers concerned about pet overpopulation and educating the public on the importance of spaying and neutering. With no government funding, we rely solely on donations and fundraising efforts to care for and place these animals in carefully screened adoptive homes.
Our goal is to eventually do away with the need for unnecessary euthanasia of adoptable animals at our local shelter. We have already successfully campaigned to get legislation in place requiring every animal adopted from the shelter to be altered before it is adopted. As a result of pet overpopulation, there is an abundance of suffering stray animals on our streets searching for shelter, their next meal, or sadly, dying needlessly from various diseases or accidents. It is our prayer that more pet owners will see the need in having their animals altered which will help us in our efforts to save these furry companions.