ANIMAL ADOPTION CENTER

Saving the lives of homeless animals through rescue, adoption, education and spay/neuter.

COVID-19 Operation Plan

The AAC will be open by appointment only Tuesday through Friday. We will proceed with a scheduled meet and greet style adoption process with the option of doing them virtually. READ MORE >

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ADOPTIONS IN 2021

4,364

ANIMALS ADOPTED SINCE 2004

461

SPAYS/NEUTERS FACILIATED IN 2021

16,338

SPAYS/NEUTERS FACILITATED SINCE 2009

ADOPT

If you are looking to adopt an animal we have a variety of dogs and cats who are seeking new loving homes. Check out the available animals, your best friend is waiting!

ANIMAL RESCUE DURING A GLOBAL PANDEMIC

On March 14th, 2020 the Animal Adoption Center (AAC) closed its doors to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The AAC staff did not know what was to come and what animal rescue would look like moving forward. Operations were shifted, a new normal was adopted and our community showed up to help.

Together we can make a difference. Animals live because you give!

Lulu’s Fund Challenge

The Lulu’s Fund has been a longtime supporter of the Animal Adoption Center. Thanks to the generous support of fund founder’s, Tim & Sandy Day, the AAC has two annual matching opportunities. These matches support the AAC’s life-saving programs through the New Leash on Life Challenge and our statewide spay/neuter efforts through the Spay/Neuter Challenge.

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Nightingale Fund

This fund provides life-saving and life-changing surgeries, veterinary care, and rehabilitation to animals who otherwise would spend their remaining days in pain and suffering before being euthanized in a shelter.  Thanks to the Nightingale Fund dogs like, Harry, were able to get the care they needed to live a full life.

Learn More about Harry and the Nightingale Fund >

Nightingale Fund

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