*****IMPORTANT***** Due to the extensive concerns regarding COVID -19, the current pandemic Corona virus, we are temporarily changing our public hours. If our caretakers would be exposed to or get the virus and be quarantined, we would not have enough help to appropriately provide for our cats and dogs.
-Until stated otherwise, only volunteers and employees will be allowed in the shelter for any reason. We will not be allowing public in under any circumstances
-If someone wishes to drop off a donation, they should ring the door bell and leave it outside to be picked up.
-If someone wishes to pick up food from the food bank, they should ring the door bell and say so over the intercom. Whoever is on the shift will bring the food outside for them.
-We will still be accepting adoption applications for dogs and cats via email, but we will not be allowing anyone to meet animals and will not be doing any adoptions.
-We will only be accepting strays or surrenders when it is an emergency.
All animals at Tri-County Animal Rescue Center will have received a vet wellness examination, de-wormer, and all scheduled vaccinations. All animals are spayed/neutered with the exception of puppies whose adopters must sign spay/neuter contract and submit a deposit. The adoption process includes filling out an adoption application and providing references. Any current pets in the household must be spayed or neutered (unless not recommended by a veterinarian for health reasons) and current on vaccinations. If adopting a cat/kitten you must agree to not have it declawed.
If living in a rental property, we must obtain permission from the landlord before an adoption can be approved. We do not do same day adoptions. The dog or cat will be placed with the potential adopter that best matches the needs of the animal.
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Our cats available for adoption!
Our dogs available for adoption!