Rozzie May Anilmal Alliance Conway, NH
Spay, Neuter,Pet Food Drives, Mobile
Animal Clinic, Pet Education

Respect For Life Rozzie May Animal Alliance
Clinic - 290 W. Main Street, Conway, NH 03818
Mailing Address - P.O. Box 1756 Conway, NH 03818 603-447-1373      E-Mail



Good News Farmington, NH Resident Cat Owners!

On Thursday, October 29th, the Rozzie May Animal Alliance will be in Farmington with their mobile ‘Feline Fix It Wagon’. This is a spay/neuter unit that will parked in the parking lot behind the Farmington Police Department from 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM.

Thanks to the very generous donation and support of Chief Drury and the Farmington Police Department, RMAA will be able to offer their services at an extremely
reduced rate of $25.00 per cat, male or female! This clinic is for Farmington residents only (proof of residency required) and for owned cats only (no ferals please). Stray and feral clinics will be available later this fall, stay tuned. This clinic has limited space and is by appointment only.

To schedule an appointment and for more details of the services provided, call 603-447-1373 or go to Rozzie May Animal Alliance at

PLEASE take advantage of this wonderful opportunity
if your little feline friend is not spayed or neutered.

Welcome to Rozzie May Animal Alliance, a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable New Hampshire Corporation

Mission Statement - Rozzie May Animal Alliance is dedicated to reducing the number of homeless and unwanted animals in New Hampshire and western Maine by offering the community low-cost spay neuter for cats and dogs. This will reduce the number of animals entering shelters and ultimately being euthanized.

RMAA also administers the "Keeping Families Together" Pet Food Drive, which has collected and distributed over 30,000 pounds and 4,400 cans of dog and cat food (10/08-1/15) to help keep pets in their homes.

RMAA, incorporated in 2007 in memory of Rozzie May, offers the community much-needed low-cost spay/neuter. Check clinic schedule.

Why spay/neuter your cat??

  • Your cat will roam less, fight less and be more focused on his or her human family.
  • Your cat will live a longer, healthier life.
  • Your female cat will no longer go in and out of heat or give birth to unwanted kittens.
  • Your cat will NOT become fat and lazy. Only too much food and a lack of exercise will cause your pet to become obese.
  • You will help shelter cats who need homes by not bringing any more unwanted cats into the world.
  • Responsible pet ownership includes teaching your children about the terrible cat over-population problem.