Spay/Neuter Clinic - Spay/Neuter clinic date will be Wednesday, July 16th.
Montrose Main in Motion - Thursday July 17th from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
We will have information on adoptable pets, animal care, volunteer and foster family applications. Our booth will be on corner of Main and Cascade street.
The adoption fees for our beloved dog "Ron" has been reduced. For more information, contact the Montrose Animal Shelter at email@example.com
FOSTER FAMILIES NEEDED:
It's that time of year! Please contact us to re-new your commitment to foster kittens and puppies! We haven't seen any little ones yet, but it's just a matter of time. If you haven't fostered before and would like to, we would LOVE to have you! We need foster homes for all types and ages of kittens and puppies. Tell us what you would like to do and we will get you all set up to foster! There is an application and home inspection process.
Bottle feeder homes and homes that are willing to work with scared kittens and puppies can be hard to come by. Please considering taking on those litters. THANK YOU
Adult Cats $ 30
Kittens (8 weeks - 1 year) $ 50
Adult Dogs $ 60
Puppies (8 weeks - 1 year) $ 75
All animals adopted from the shelter will be spayed or neutered and vaccinated upon adoption. IN ORDER TO DO WHAT IS BEST FOR EACH ANIMAL, ALL ADOPTIONS ARE ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS. WE CANNOT HOLD ANY ANIMAL. If you have questions or need additional information please call the shelter.We have some felines that need to go to barn homes. They are not tame enough to be adoptable. They are fine being around people but do not interact. We like our cats to go in pairs to barn homes so they have a companion and the transition is much more successful. The barn home needs to provide food and shelter and on-going care. Initially the cats need to be kept confined for several weeks until they bond with their new environment so when they are turned loose they won't run away. If you have such a setting and can help provide a home for a couple cats that have no other alternative.
Our mission statement: *To enforce the Animal Control Ordinances to protect the health and welfare of the citizens of the City of Montrose. *To advocate professionalism by providing quality education for animal care and control officers. *To protect and manage the animal population. *To provide community education that encourages responsible pet ownership including spaying and neutering. *To place as many adoptable animals as possible in suitable homes. The services that we provide: The City of Montrose Animal Services welcomes any stray animal from the City or County of Montrose, City of Olathe, Ridgway State Park, and Switzer State Park. The Animal Shelter takes adoptable owner relinquished animals if we have space available. The Animal Shelter also holds animals for rabies quarantine (normally 10 days) or dangerous and nuisance animals pending a disposition by the Court. We also hold animals whose owners are involved in accidents, are incarcerated by law enforcement or have an emergency situation that is referred to us by governmental or non-profit agencies. There are 3 full-time Animal Control Officers who provide animal contol services for City of Montrose.
Monday - Saturday 11am-4pm
Sunday - Closed