Crawford County Spay & Neuter Foundation


321 Mitchell Avenue   Robinson, Illinois 62454
Phone 544-2555  Email CCSNF@live.com 

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Crawford County Spay & Neuter Foundation  (CCSNF) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to offering year round low-cost spay and neuter services for cats & dogs to Crawford County Illinois residents. We are located at 321 Mitchell Avenue in Robinson, Illinois. All spay and neuter fundraising and administrative functions are strictly performed by volunteers, we have no paid staff.

Our mission is to help reduce the overpopulation of cats & dogs in Crawford County. We do this through our efforts in low-cost spay and neuter services and through educating the public on the importance of spaying or neutering their cat or dog. We also dedicate some of our time in reducing the feral cat population in the county through a TNVR (Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Release) Program.

As of June 2009 we were Incorporated and have received our not for profit tax exempt status.

CCSNF is an independent foundation and is not affiliated with the Crawford County Humane Society. We do strongly support the role they play in our community


Our county low cost spay & neuter services are made possible through the Robinson Hospital for Animals,LTD and it's staff. We would like to thank them for their support in helping us to make a difference in Crawford County.

We do need volunteers to make this program work as we have no paid staff just volunteers dedicated in reducing the amount of unwanted kittens and puppies in the county. We are looking for people who will help us trap and transport feral cats to and from the vet,and help with our education program,fundraising,and ect. If interested, please call the CCSNF office at 544-2555 and leave your name and number or email us at CCSNF@live.com


CCSNF offers low-cost spay/neuter certificates to pet owners in Crawford County Illinois. Dogs: Male $25 - Female $35  and Cats: Male $20 - Female $35   If you have a feral colony and would like help with spay or neuter, contact our office for the details at 618-544-2555 or email us. Our  low-cost certificates will only provide help with a low cost spay or neuter and does not cover shots, meds, ect.  

We would also like to congratulate all the responsible pet owners who had their cat or dog spayed or neutered.You have helped to control the pet population as well as to make your pet stay healthier.
1 female cat, her mate and all their offsprings producing
2 litters a year with 2.8 surviving kittens can total...
1 year = 12 cats
2 years = 67     
3 years = 376
4 years = 2,107  
5 years = 11,801
6 years = 66,088    
7 years = 370,092
8 years = 2,072,514   
9 years = 11,606,077 

Cats & dogs can't add but they can multiply
More reason to spay or neuter your pet

It is a simple effective solution to pet overpopulation

Unwanted Animals Are Expensive
Unwanted animals are expensive to any county. All over the US billions of tax dollars are spent each year trapping, housing and feeding the unwanted and animal. Shelters do their best to place animals in loving homes, but the number of homeless animals far exceeds the number of homes available. We want to help Crawford County by reducing the amount of unwanted cats & dogs through our spay neuter program.
Please consider the benefits and help us continue this effort for all of Crawford County?   Every dollar we spend saves our county tax payers   Spread the word to spay or neuter your pet and donate whatever you can to help us continue our program.

According SPAY USA:
An unspayed female dog, her mate and all of their puppies and their puppies' puppies, if none are neutered or spayed, add up to:
1 year = 16 dogs  
2 years = 128  
3 years = 512  
4 years = 2,048  
5 years = 12,288   
6 years = 67,000
What can YOU DO to help lower these numbers?


Crawford County Spay & Neuter Foundation
321 Mitchell Ave
Robinson,Illinois 62454 
Ph. 618-544-2555
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Our efforts to make Crawford County a healthier place to live is paying off. Our  local vet found a feral cat with heartworm. It is his first case of heartworm in a cat in his 40 years of practice. We have since found 3 other cases.