The Bruce Kapp Memorial Animal Fund was founded to honor a man who could never walk away from an animal or a person in need. It is our mission to raise funds for the welfare of any animal and respond to the need to limit the rampant overpopulation of cats and dogs in many communities.
As a 501c3 non-profit organization, we are able to accept tax deductible donations, and donors may be assured that nearly 100% of the funds raised go directly toward spay/neuter services or care for animals in need. We have no paid employees - website maintenance is our only expense. One of our founders is currently a supervisor at the Montgomery County (Texas) Animal Shelter where she observes firsthand the incredible suffering and neglect experienced by our four-legged partners.
In our three years of existence, we have provided financial support to numerous shelters and sanctuaries in the US, provided vet care for the pets of indigent families, and spayed and neutered hundreds of feral cats. We recently sponsored a vaccination clinic for animals in an impoverished region of Montgomery County, Texas.
While we appreciate every donation to our fund, please don’t limit your interest. Visit your local animal shelter. Volunteer to walk dogs, bathe animals or help in the front office. Donate toys, blankets, towels, puppy and kitten food – you can be sure that your local shelter will appreciate anything and everything you can do.
Foster a homeless animal from your local shelter. Show a frightened dog that people can be kind. Take in an orphaned litter of kittens. From March until October shelters are overflowing with unwanted puppies and kittens.
Educate people about the importance of spaying and neutering ALL dogs and cats. Allowing unwanted animals to be born into the world is cruel and heartless.