The Humane Society of Valdosta-Lowndes County hosted Pin No-Tap Tournament at Jac's Lanes Bowling Alley.
The event is aimed at helping spread awareness on the importance of making sure animals are spayed and neutered.
Officials say the biggest problem is feral cats, they say one female cat and her offspring can produce more than 400,000 kittens in seven years.
"This is the reason we really and truly need the community to step up, get their animals spayed and neutered and be responsible pet owners," said Humane Society Director John Gates. "But also decrease the animals being put out."
The money raised will go to help the animal shelter.