Welcome to Be The Solution
Established in 2007, Be the Solution is dedicated to preventing the cycle of suffering for unwanted pets living in shelters and on the street. Be The Solution works passionately to end pet overpopulation and euthanasia in our community by promoting and facilitating affordable spay and neuter surgeries.
Find a Vet
Be the Solution has partnered with generous, talented, and caring veterinarians who donate the bulk of the surgery cost because they are committed to ending pet overpopulation. Without their help, our program would not be possible.
Support Our Cause
Join Be the Solution in our mission to end pet overpopulation and prevent the cycle of suffering for unwanted pets living in shelters and on the street by giving a one-time gift or by becoming a sustaining member of our Spay/Neuter a Month Club.
Looking for an Opportunity to Help Pets in our Community?
Support the Fix Thrift Shop
Here, 100% of Proceeds Support Spay & Neuter
Visit us at:
1208 Capital Circle SE, Unit D
Tallahassee, FL 32301
In the Cross Creek Shopping Square next to Hopkins Eatery
Shop Hours: Tuesday – Friday 11 to 5, Saturday 10 – 5 PM
Regular Voucher Distribution Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 11 – 1 PM, Saturday 12 – 3 PM
Spay & Neuter is Vital
to ending pet overpopulation in our community.
Unwanted pets often end up in the shelter and face the possibility of euthanization or live a dangerous life on the streets where disease and ultimately death is common.
Consider These Sobering Facts:
One female cat and her offspring can theoretically produce 420,000 cats in seven years
One female dog and her offspring can theoretically produce 67,000 dogs in six years.
The average cost of spaying or neutering a pet is less than the cost of raising a litter of puppies or kittens.
On average, it costs U.S. taxpayers approximately $100 to capture, house, feed, and eventually euthanize every homeless animal.
Unaltered male cats living outside live on average less than two years.
Altering your dog will increase their life an average of 1-3 years and cats up to 3-5 years, according to SpayUSA.org.
Get in Touch
Have questions? Looking to volunteer? Interested in having us give your group a presentation about the importance of spay and neuter? Have an idea of how we can get the word out? We’d love to connect. Email us now and we’ll be in touch soon.