Although the Butte Humane Society is our main adoption partner, we also work with local rescue groups, and The City of Chico also has animals available for adoption.
Adoption fees are $31.50 for cats and $35.00 for dogs. This includes spay/neuter. Dogs are heartworm tested, cats are FELV tested, and all animals will be microchipped. Small animals are $8.00.
All animals are currently vaccinated for common canine and feline diseases, dewormed, treated for fleas (when necessary), and are screened for health and temperament.
Dog licenses are available at the shelter for the City of Chico and Butte County.
The City of Chico Animal Shelter is owned and operated by the City of Chico and operated by the City of Chico Police Department under animal Services. The city resumed operations of the shelter in February of 2012.
Animal Services is responsible for enforcing all City animal related ordinances and state laws, including picking up dogs running at large and quarantining animals for Rabies observation.
The Chico Animal Shelter houses and cares for all stray dogs found within Chico city limits. These animals may have been picked up by Chico Animal Control, or brought in by a concerned citizen. The Chico Animal Shelter also takes unwanted dogs from owners residing within Chico city limits. The shelter maintains a waiting list for dogs needing to be surrendered. Chico Animal Services is no longer accepting surrendered cats. Owners wishing to surrender their cats a referred to the Butte Humane Society. Chico Animal Services is no longer accepting healthy stray cats.
The Butte Humane Society is our main adoption partner.
The City of Chico Animal Shelter is located at 2579 Fair St., Chico, CA.
We're open every day from 12:00 Noon until 6:00 PM.