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Our Mission

In the past few months of 2011 our focus has been directed towards the rescue of injured and abandoned animals, so many of them being cats.We have rescued as many as twenty cats at one location at one given time! Animals have been found dumped along road sides or left in homes after families have moved out of our community. Many of these animals are handicapped and non adoptable. We are very active in helping the feral cats in our area as well.  For feral cats we use the method known as TNVR (trap-neuter-vaccine-release) to help eliminate population increase. When there is available room we take animals from our local shelter who are on the E list. We are going to be directing most of our time and energy on fundraising to create a sanctuary for these animals and for spay & neuter programs. We want to create a safe sanctuary for animals, the majority of which will be feral cats and or ones not suited for family life... We hope to expand and be ab

Adoption Policy

The first step to adopting and or meeting with one of our adoptable cats/dogs is to fill out our adoption application and complete the phone interview process. Please contact us and we will be happy to email an adoption application to you and get the process started. Or you can follow the link below to complete an application online:

Must be at least 18 years of age***Have a legal ID with your current address***If you rent, be able to verify that you can have a pet where you live***Understand that APT reserves the right to deny the adoption of any pet for any reason and at any time prior to the actual adoption, regardless of any verbal approval by an APT volunteer.

Currently we do not have a facility open to the public. All of our adoptable pets are in foster homes. In order for an appointment can be made to meet with any of our adopta

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