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INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN: THE ANIMAL SHELTER IS NOT TAKING ANY CATS FROM CITIZENS AT THIS TIME. We have reached our total housing capacity. Please speak with a staff member at the front counter to place your name on a call list. Staff will call you when we have availability. We apologize for the inconveniece, but we are currently still in kitten season. Please help us with some patience and understanding during this situation. Thank you!
• THE NEXT VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION is Wednesday, October 2 @ 5:30 p.m. at the shelter. For information, click HERE
• THE NEXT EMPTY THE SHELTER PACK WALK is Saturday, October 12 at 9 a.m. at the shelter. For information, click HERE
• THE DOG DAYS OF SUMMER ARE UPON US! FULL ADOPTION FEES WAIVED!! Adoptions fee for shelter dogs that have been here for MORE THAN 30 DAYS are waived! Please stop by the Ukiah or Fort Bragg Animal Shelters, look at all of our available dogs and speak directly with our Adoption Counselors if you happen to find that special dog. (The new adopter will still have to purchase a $25.00 dog license if applicable.)
• CLICK HERE FOR FIDO FIELD TRIPS information and photos!
• We’re happy and proud to announce a new program at the shelter—SENIORS FOR SENIORS—pairing our great senior cats with our senior friends and neighbors. Click HERE for information.
• CLICK HERE for information about DONTATING A KURANDA DOG BED for our canine guests.
• K-9 NOSE WORK classes at the shelter: EVERY SATURDAY, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Click HERE for information.
•Feral Cat Intakes: We ask that anyone wishing to surrender a TRAPPED FERAL CAT please contact the shelter, (before you trap the cat) at 463-4427 or 467-6453 and PRIOR to bringing a cat or kitten to the shelter. We will try to schedule a date/time in the near future to accept the animal. Please remember we only accept feral felines in traps and only one cat per trap. We offer free spay and neuter for feral cats IF you will return the cat to the location it has been living at. An altered feral will keep your rodent population under control! Call for more information on our Feral Cat Release program.
•LOST YOUR PET? Click on the LOST/FOUND link below. CLICK HERE to fill out a LOST DOG REPORT.
•Click HERE for information about SURRENDERING A PET.
•If you're looking for a dog or cat, make sure to check our website often--new animals enter and leave the shelter each day. Or stop by the shelter--you may see a new dog or cat before they are posted online. If you're looking for a lost dog, please click on the LOST/FOUND link below, which will take you to our LOST PET Facebook Page.