Between the shelter and foster homes, CCA currently has many loving cats and dogs waiting for their forever homes. All our dogs and cats are up-to-date on shots, neutered/spayed and dewormed. All dogs are also on heart worm and flea/tick prevention. If you are interested in learning more about any of these animals, please contact us and leave your contact information as well as the name of the animal(s) about which you would like to inquire. Scroll to the bottom of the page to learn more about our adoption process.
The CCA Adoptions team takes great care in matching the needs, environment and lifestyle of the prospective owner with the needs and personality of each animal it places. Our goal is to ensure that the placement will last for the animal’s entire life, making its new home its fur-ever home.
To meet this goal, we have a comprehensive adoption process in place, beginning with a written application that includes personal and veterinary references. These references will be contacted during the adoption process. Once the application is approved, the final step in the process is a home visit. This visit is important for two reasons: first, to ensure the person or family is prepared and, second, to make the transition to a new home easier for the animal.
A visit to the CCA shelter to interact with the animals provides a great opportunity to interact with the dog or cat you are interested in adopting. If the dog or cat is being adopted as a companion to another, this visitation is vital to ensure acceptance and compatibility with your existing pets.
Effective January 1, 2018, adoption fees are as follows:
Kittens and cats up to four years old: $100
Cats over the age of four: $75
Barn Cats: please inquire
Puppies and dogs up to four years old: $150
Dogs over the age of four: $100
Our adoption fees are put towards the well-being of the animals in our care, including spay/neuter, vetting, food and other resources.
Once the adoption of a CCA cat or dog is approved, please note that you will be asked to sign an adoption contract. If, for any reason, the placement does not work out, the pet must be returned to CCA.