SNAP needs fosters! We are desperate for short-term temporary homes for our pets. Please consider volunteering to help take care of our animals until we can find them forever homes. Many of these are temporary situations for no longer than a month. Sometimes just a couple of...Read More
SNAP could use some volunteer help at the Duluth, GA Petco at 2131 Pleasant Hill Road. Our cats and kittens are available 7 days a week, so we need help potentially on any day. We are short-staffed at that location and could use some help with adoptions and spreading the word...Read More
UPDATE: Molly is doing well after her surgery Thursday, January 16. The doctors removed a very large polyp in neck/nose area. While she recuperates, Molly needs a foster that is NON SMOKING and pretty dust free, she will be breathing for like the first time and it could be...Read More
Whether you’re planning a night on the town to ring in 2014 or celebrating with traditional New Year’s Day collards and black eyed peas, the end of the year offers a chance to look back at 2013 accomplishments and turn our eyes to the dawn of the New Year....Read More
Mass target TNR (Trap Neuter Release) Community Program in Dekalb County. Best Friends has been officially helping the cats of DeKalb County, Georgia, through our cat initiatives since August, 2011. The cornerstone of this community cat program is the public/private...Read More
As the days wind down to the much anticipated Holiday of the year, we wanted to wish you a Merry Christmas and a safe and happy time with family and friends. Most of all SNAP-2 IT would like to thank you for your dedicated support to helping us accomplish our mission of spaying...Read More
SNAP-2 IT is proud to partner with Kroger as part of their Community Rewards program. Help raise money for SNAP every time you shop at your local Kroger! We encourage all friends of SNAP to register online at krogercommunityrewards.com • Be sure to have your Kroger Plus card...Read More
Meet Miss Anna-Belle, a classically lovely tortie with a predominantly black coat and an all-white tummy. She is a gentle sweetie who purrs the moment you pick her up and is great with her foster parents’ four dogs – a Great Pyrenees, Britney Spaniel and Yorkie –...Read More
Of all God’s four-legged creatures, cats seem to know (perhaps more than any) how beautiful they are. Four-month-old Maya certainly does. Maya moves with all the regal grace and bearing of a crowned monarch as she benevolently reigns her foster mother’s home. She holds court...Read More
On behalf of her family and loved ones we fondly remember Bonnie Sanders, who departed this life in late January of this year. An Ohio native, Bonnie called Atlanta “home” for many years. For the last 15, Bonnie was part of the family at Peachtree Psychiatric...Read More
We focus on low cost spay/neuter options and educating pet owners about spaying and neutering to prevent the pet overpopulation and abandonment problem from persisting.
SNAP-2 IT (Spay Neuter Assistance Program) is a Georgia-based not-for-profit dedicated to helping animals in our communities. SNAP-2 IT focuses our efforts in several areas, including connecting pet caregivers with low-cost care options, assisting in the management of feral cat colonies, educating the community about pet overpopulation and how they can get involved, and assisting animals in general.Available for Adoption
SNAP-2 IT relies on support from the community we serve. We welcome all volunteer inquiries, donations of food and supplies, purchases from our SNAP-2 IT store, participation in our pet cyber-foster program, and monetary donations. We offer a variety of unique ways for you to get involved by assisting in fundraising activities – for example, our recycling program – and welcome your participation.Learn how you can help
“Rescue work can be satisfying, gratifying and devastating all at the same time.
You deal with the unknown, the hurt, the hungry and the lonely.
You give love and get it back two fold in return, but every once in a while, you come across one that really touches your soul and you pick up the pieces and continue on…”
Kyla Jones, SNAP founder, 2011View our Pets on Petfinder