Spay To Save is a nonprofit, 501( c)(3) organization, whose sole mission is to save animals’ lives and prevent needless suffering through spay/neuter procedures.

Spay To Save was formed by a group of animal welfare advocates led by President, Sue Miles, and located on the North Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. Since the founding in 2009 we have successfully brought spay and neuter services for dogs and cats to lower income people in our area. We have been extremely pleased and grateful for the wonderful response to our project from our community!

Our Mobile Spay-Neuter Clinic enables us to perform a larger number of spay/neuter procedures each month by travelling to different locations around Clallam County. Our Mobile Clinic, includes two surgical tables with anesthesia equipment in addition to 20 holding cages, medicines, and supplies.

We employ a highly skilled veterinarian and staff, all of whom believe strongly in our mission.

Partnering together as a community, we can save our animals from homelessness, suffering and death as a result of pet overpopulation.

Spay To Save is excited to work with Peninsula Friends of Animals, Sequim; Olympic Peninsula Humane Society, Port Angeles; Friends of Forks Animals, Forks; Humane Society of Jefferson County; Rescue Every Dog (RED), Kingston; and Community Cat Coalition (CCC), Mukilteo; who all supoort our mission.

Won’t you please help us save lives by making a tax-deductible contribution to “Spay To Save” by credit card or PayPal online, or mail your contribution to “Spay To Save” at:

Spay To Save, P.O. Box 2453, Port Angeles, WA 98362.


Thank you for your heartfelt support. It means a lot to the animals and to Spay To Save.

Sue Miles, President

Community Outreach and Cooperation

Sue Miles, president of the Spay To Save organization speaks with Port Angeles police Chief Terry Gallagher, center, and Clallam County Sheriff Bill Benedict during a community get-together at the Port Angeles Public Library. -- Photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News