If you wish to adopt one of our shelter friends, you will be asked to fill out an adoption application and provide vet references. All cats and dogs leaving the shelter must be spayed or neutered before going home with you.
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We request a donation of $270 for dogs, $300 for puppies and $100 for cats and kittens (purebreds $200). This helps cover the cost of feeding, spaying or neutering, a microchip, de-worming, testing and vaccinating your new pet.
Also, check with the shelter daily as animal registry changes frequently. Please allow up to 1 hour for the adoption process.
The shelter is open every day to the public and adopters from 12 - 4 pm and until 6 pm on Friday and Saturday, except major holidays (Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day). Please stop by and visit, you may fall in love with a companion for life!
Every years millions of animals are put to sleep because there are not enough homes for them all. Recent statistics show that only 1 out of 10 dogs and 1 out of 12 cats born will find a permanent loving home.
800 cats and dogs are euthanized every hour in the United States alone.
Please Spay and Neuter Your Pets! And always make adoption your first choice when choosing a cat or dog for your family.
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