There is a very large cat overpopulation problem in our area. Because so many cats are not spayed or neutered, we are bombarded with kittens every year, often twice a year. Most of these kittens are orphaned, injured or sick, and require around the clock care to get them healthy. This leaves us with an abundance of cats every year.
Frequently Asked Questions
I can’t keep my cat, why can’t I just drop it off?
I can’t keep my dog, why can’t I just drop him off?
We have a procedure for bringing dogs into our shelter. Every dog coming into the shelter must have an up-to-date rabies vaccination and proof is required. Legally, every dog over 16 weeks of age must have a rabies vaccination. We will not evaluate a dog unless we have proof of this. Once we have this information, we can schedule an evaluation for the dog. This will usually require a separate appointment time to be made.