DELTA COMMUNITY ANIMAL SHELTER

7505 Hopcott Road, Delta BC, V4G 1B7     604-940-7111
www.deltacommunityanimalshelter.ca

Animals
OUR ADOPTABLE PET LIST

Information is updated daily!
Check back often!
URGENT
HELP SPREAD THE WORD!!
If you can't adopt you can still make a difference by promoting the animals in shelter for adoption. Please help spread the word by posting a link to our Petfinder page on your Facebook profile (and ask a few friends to do the same). Or tweet your friends and let them know there are wonderful loving animals waiting for loving families. They don't deserve a cage!! They deserve warm comfortable homes!!

The shelter currently has an OVERWHELMING number of cats waiting for adoption . . . please help today!
Wish List
• Canned Kitten Food
• Soft Dog Treats
• Financial Donations
• Canned Dog and Cat food
• Small Animal Food/Supplies
About Us/Contact
HOURS OF OPERATION
Mon-Fri 10 - 5:30
Sat/Sun 10 - 5

ADOPTION VIEWING
Mon-Fri 12 - 5
Sat/Sun 12 - 4

Telephone: (604) 940-7111
Fax: (604) 940-7799
DCAS@delta.ca
VOLUNTEER EVENT
DOG WALKING ORIENTATION
Come and learn how you can improve the lives of the dogs while they are in the shelter and help them find their new forever home.
Info:

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Space is limited so register soon by calling: 604-940-7111 or email: DCAS@delta.ca


Our Featured Dog

Paul
































Paul (named by the shelter) was brought in to us in the middle of the night. He was found by Delta Police wandering North Delta, completely soaked, scared and lost. It took a few days for Paul to adjust to being at the shelter and get over his traumatic experience. He is now very friendly to everyone he meets and has been adjusting well to shelter living. He gets very nervous of new people approaching his kennel but recognizes the staff/volunteers he knows and gets all wiggly and happy when he sees us! Paul is a well behaved dog on leash and appears to know all of his basic commands. He gets very upset if other dogs bark at him or come to close to his kennel, but we believe he may start to trust the other dogs over time and will hopefully even get a few dog buddies one day! Paul's previous owners never came looking for him and we are still getting to know him, day by day. A home all to himself (no other animals) with an active adult family would be best. Someone with experience with "Bully" breeds is a must. Please contact the shelter for more information!


Our Featured Cat

Penny























Pretty gal Penny was surrendered to the shelter through no fault of her own. Her previous owner was worried about her health; Penny loved to rub against her feet and cut her off for love and attention. Due to being an elderly lady, the fear of tripping, falling and hurting herself made her decide to bring Penny to the shelter for a more appropriate home. Penny is said to be a loyal, affectionate and easy-going gal that loves to play with little rubber balls and will chase them around the house. Penny is very good in the home and has no tendency to be destructive. A home that is calm and quiet would be best for Penny as she seems to thrive in that environment.


Our Featured Small Animal

Lyle





















Poor Lyle was surrendered to the shelter. He is a handsome 1 year old bunny who has been very well socialized with people. Lyle is still getting used to living in the shelter but is starting to relax and is learning our routines. What a soft and sweet bunny!



DONATIONS ARE ALWAYS APPRECIATED!

We are always in need of kitten food as growing babies need a lot of nourishment! If you can help please contact the shelter by phone at (604) 940-7111