Pet Pantry Programs
To help keep pets in their homes, there are groups that can help you provide your animals with needed food, supplies, and emergency vet care. Please visit our Pet Pantry page to find out more about these groups that may be able to help.
Military Pet Foster Program
When servicemen and women are called for duty, the first and best option in arranging for the care of their companion animals is to find a family member, friend or neighbor who can temporarily take in the animals. But this option is not available to everyone, especially to military personnel stationed far from home. Find out more.
It's not just for dogs...
Have us post a Courtesy Listing
Prior to surrendering your pet, try to re-home. The Cat Corner can post a photo and description of your cat, along with your contact information on our website, Petfinder, Adopt-a-Pet, and other adoption sites. There is no charge for this service.
Click here to fill out the Courtesy Listing form right now.
We are not the only no-kill animal welfare group in the area. In addition to being added to our waiting list, please check other organizations page to maximize chances of re-homing your pet.
If you need to re-home your kitty because of behavior problems, please click here. This will take you to an organization which will answer your questions by telephone or email free of charge. Please contact this organization before deciding to give up your cat. They may be able to help you solve the problem.