If the animal you are trying to place is a stray, it is your responsibility to put up found pet signs within the area of where it was found and to have it scanned for a potential microchip. Due to the high number of animals in need of assistance, admittance applications are automatically discarded 30 days after the submission date. Though we attempt to admit animals in the order that the applications are submitted, we must consider size, breed, sex, age, health, and disposition of each animal in an attempt to have a variety of animals available at any given time. This helps us to place animals in a more expedient manner.
Please e-mail a picture of the animal you are trying to place to firstname.lastname@example.org with "admittance application photo" as the subject line of your e-mail. Remember to include the name of the pet in the text of your e-mail so that we can quickly identify which picture goes with your admittance application.
Once an admittance application has been submitted, we will respond by sending information about placement options to the e-mail address that you provide. As a no-kill, limited admittance facility, we typically operate at full capacity so this information will include ways to find other shelters and rescues in the area as well as ideas on how you can place the animal yourself. There are several different types of rescues and shelters, and it is up to you to research these to determine which will be the best for your individual needs.
If an opening becomes available for your animal within the 30 day period, we will contact you to set up a time/date for you to bring the animal in. If the animal you are needing to place is a personal pet, we will request an additional form be filled out at the time of admission to help us get more specific information about the type of environment that your pet is used to (this will help us in our search for most suitable home), as well as a copy of past medical records.