During the unprecedented COVID-19 situation, we are taking steps to protect the health of our team members and reduce the need for people to come into our offices. As a result, there may be some temporary limitations and delays in support as we prioritize critical services.
* To foster a public sentiment of humanity and gentleness toward animals and to protect
them from cruelty, neglect, and carelessness.
* To return lost animals to their owners and to place adoptable pets into humane and
* To prevent pet overpopulation by promoting the spay and neutering of companion
* To promote responsible care and concerned pet ownership through education.
* To participate with our community to build an animal shelter characterized by:
* Adequate capacity to manage our growth
* Spacious and comfortable animal living quarters
* A location conducive to volunteerism, adoption, and outdoor activities.
* Facilities to achieve our educational goals
* A comfortable and inviting atmosphere for the public to visit and adopt pets
* To secure funds necessary to accomplish our goals from both public and private
sources through fundraising, donations and grant applications.
* To oversee a TNR Program in an effort to prevent pet overpopulation & euthanizing of feral cats in our community.