The Animal Shelter's 2018 annual report is here! Last year was a busy year for us. It was the year our new managed intake program was launched. We celebrated the 10-year anniversary of our TNR program. A total of 460 pets were transferred in from rural shelters. Our volunteers gave just under 35,000 service hours. Shelter pets got to go on 1,346 foster breaks. The Friends of FCAS provided over $275,000 in funding. We took in just under 5,000 pets. And our raw live release rate was 93%! THANK YOU to everyone who helped us accomplish all that we did in 2018!
Help Young Wildlife STAY Wild!
Spring is here, and longer, warmer days herald the arrival of baby wildlife. The Shelter and Animal Protection Police receive many calls from residents seeking advice about young wildlife they see. Note: please do not touch or handle wildlife unless instructed to do so by a professional. Please visit the link below to read more information about various wildlife species, how to determine if an animal needs intervention, and who to call for help.
Are you ready to adopt your new best friend? Learn more about our adoption process, including our requirements and adoption fee structure, and then come on in to meet all our available pets. We have dogs, cats, and small animals available to adopt, and we do same-day adoptions!
Have you lost a pet, or found a stray pet? Get tips on finding a lost pet, file a lost or found report online to help shelter staff reunite lost pets with their families, and learn how to redeem your pet from our shelter.
Our goal is to help pet owners keep their pets! Learn more about these pet-retention focused shelter programs, including our low-cost rabies vaccination clinics, and our PetHaven program to help victims of domestic abuse.
If you're looking for affordable spay/neuter and vaccinations for your pet, or need some assistance finding organizations to help cover pet medical bills, we can point you in the right direction.
We understand that sometimes the best and most feasible option for pet owners who can no longer care for a pet is to surrender them to a shelter, and we're here to help. Please make sure to read all the information about surrendering a pet, so you know what to bring.