Our work in action.

The BISSELL Pet Foundation aims to fund programs and initiatives that are focused on addressing the pet overpopulation crisis in our country. We are proud to have supported the life-saving work of the following animal welfare organizations.

$4k
July, 2014
Lollypop Farms
Grant funding was awarded for their foster care program.

$10k
July, 2014
PAWS Chicago
Grant funding was awarded for their feral spay/neuter program.

$5k
July, 2014
Little Traverse Bay Humane Society
Grant funding was awarded for their spay it fourward spay/neuter program.

$5k
July, 2014
Independent Cat Society
Grant funding was awarded to provide spay/neuter surgeries and for their helping pets/helping people program.

$6K
July, 2014
Carol’s Ferals
Grant funding was awarded for their Tran-Neuter-Return efforts in West Michigan.

Kelley’s Heart to Heart Adoption Center
$5K
July, 2014
Kelley’s Heart to Heart Adoption Center
Grant funding was awarded for the Hearts to Hold program providing for pets requiring extensive medical treatment.

$6K
July, 2014
Focus on Ferals
Grant funding was awarded to the feline comprehensive veterinary care fund.

$7.75K
July, 2014
Reuben’s Room
Grant funding was awarded to assist with spay/neuter, microchipping, senior care, dental work, and foster programs.

$11K
July, 2014
Safe Haven Humane Society
Grant funding was awarded to assist with spay and neuter efforts.

$10K
July, 2014
McCloud’s Lake Haven
Grant funding was awarded to assist with spay neuter efforts for low income individuals and care for senior dogs.

$13.5K
July, 2014
Crash’s Landing and Big Sid’s Sanctuary
Grant funding was awarded to provide spay/neuter assistance and microchipping to pets.

$18K
July, 2014
West Michigan Spay/Neuter Clinic
Grant funding was awarded for spay/neuter assistance for low-income individuals and reduced cost feral cat spay/neuter.

$19,845
July, 2014
Kent County Animal Shelter
Grant funding was awarded for medical care for neglected animals and equipment to help carry out cruelty and neglect investigations

$19.5k
July, 2014
Pound Buddies Animal Shelter and Adoption Center
Grant funding was awarded for medical care for spay/neuter and microchipping.

$28k
July, 2014
Vicky’s Pet Connection
Grant funding was awarded for their Golden Paws senior dog rescue program, Buddy’s Big Fix Fund, and Affordable Feline Fund.

$41k
July, 2014
The Humane Society of West Michigan
Grant funding was awarded for adoption subsidies, spay/neuter, and silver paws program.

$46k
July, 2014
C-SNIP
Grant funding was awarded for spay/neuter fee assistance.

$1k
July, 2014
Mackenzie’s Animal Sanctuary
Grant funding was awarded for being a 2014 Blocktail Buddy.

$5K
December, 2013
Animal Resource Center/ SpaySA
Grant funding was awarded to subsidize low-cost spay/neuter services for the public.

$7.5K
December, 2013
Humane Ohio
Grant funding was awarded to subsidize low-cost spay/neuter services for the public.

$5K
December, 2013
Butte Spay Neuter Task Force
Grant funding was awarded to subsidize low-cost/no cost spay and neuter clinics for the public.

$1K
December, 2013
Beltrami Humane Society
Grant funding was awarded to help provide care for “special needs” pets.

$3K
December, 2013
Dogs for the Deaf
Grant funding was awarded to spay/neuter dogs in their program.

$7.5K
December, 2013
Citizens for Animal Protection
Grant funding was awarded to subsidize adoption fees, making adoption more accessible to the community.

$500
December, 2013
Luv-n-Bunns
Grant funding was awarded to spay/neuter adoptable pets.

$5.5K
December, 2013
Animal Protection Society of Durham
Grant funding was awarded to purchase new, shelter-friendly cat furniture to provide enrichment for their adoptable cats.

$5K
December, 2013
Humane Society of the United States
Grant funding was awarded to support the Pets for Life program to provide accessible spay/neuter services to the public.

$3.5K
December, 2013
MidHudson Animal Aid, Inc.
Grant funding was awarded to spay/neuter and provide dental care for adoptable cats.

$3.5K
December, 2013
No Kill Lehigh Valley
Grant funding was awarded to provide Trap-Neuter-Return services for community cats.

$8K
December, 2013
P.E.T.S.
Grant funding was awarded to subsidize low-cost spay/neuter services for the public.

$5K
December, 2013
Philadoptables
Grant funding was awarded to purchase equipment that will double the capacity of their spay/neuter clinic.

$5K
December, 2013
Stray Cat Alliance
Grant funding was awarded to provide emergency medical care to adoptable pets.