|Gibson County Animal Services (G.C.A.S.), a non-profit organization, was established on July 18, 1996. Our facility serves as a temporary home for thousands of stray, injured, or abandoned animals each year. G.C.A.S is officially a Limited Kill facility as of January, 2011.
G.C.A.S. is on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to handle all types of animal-related concerns in Gibson County. Our responsibilities include stray animal pick-ups, animal turn-ins by their owners, investigation of animal abuse complaints, animal bite quarantines including rabies testing, and all animal rescues.
Our office is currently staffed by an executive director, one animal welfare officer, an office manager, and three kennel assistants. It is with their help and the generous donations of the entire community that much has been accomplished since our meager beginnings.
Gibson County Animal Services is located south of Princeton, Indiana. Our facility can be easily reached from U.S. 41 by following these directions:
Take U.S. 41 to County Road 350 South. This will be the north entrance to the Toyota Motor Manufacturing facility.
Turn east onto County Road 350 South. Proceed straight through the stop light and over the railroad overpass. Continue eastbound to County Road 175 East.
Turn right (south) onto County Road 175 East. Cross a small bridge. Gibson County Animal Services is located on the left.