The California Spay & Neuter license plate, sponsored by the California Veterinary Medical Board, “provides a fun and easy way for pet lovers to help reduce pet overpopulation,” according to the CA Spay & Neuter License Plate web site. Proceeds from the plate will go to the CA Spay & Neuter License Plate Fund, a 501(c)(3) non profit organization, and provide free or low-cost spay and neuter surgeries across California. The license plate program will officially begin and license plates will be issued once the DMV receives 7,500 pre-orders for the plate.
Ohio also offers a specialty license plate for pet lovers. Proceeds from the Ohio pet license plate go to “education, spay and neuter of pets for low-income families, and for dogs and cats adopted from qualifying agencies,” according to their web site.
Maine has an Animal Welfare specialty license plate. Proceeds support the Maine Animal Welfare Program and Companion Animal Sterilization fund.