When someone has an animal that they can no longer keep or take care of, they bring the pet to us. We check on the well-being of the pet (we have six veterinarians who volunteer their time on a rotating schedule and have established a comprehensive health program) and give the animal a safe place to stay while we find a new home for them. When the animal is ready, we advertise them as available for adoption, and if all goes well, we find them a. suitable home.
We have room for 22 dogs and 60 cats, and may be able to take other animals as space allows. Last year we found homes for over 600 of them (388 cats, 214 dogs and 2 rabbits). We do require that all adoptions be spayed or neutered and have established a refund policy to attain this. We would dearly love to have our own facility to spay and neuter but our 900 sq. feet of space is just too small for an operating facility.