2017 Animal Shelter Fee Schedule The 5000 sq. ft. Animal Shelter facility was constructed in 1980 and provides indoor/outdoor kennels for dogs and cages for cats, a quarantine area and a surgery room. A stable/corral area (for large animals and livestock) was constructed in 1991. The physical address for the Animal Shelter is 560 Centralia Alpha Road, Centralia, 98531 and the mailing address is PO Box 367, Chehalis, WA 98532.
Phone number is 360-740-1290. Animal Shelter Adoption Fees Dogs $75 - $105 Puppies $105 - $205 Cats $65 Kittens $70 County resident discount $5 off The Shelter's goal is to attract responsible pet owners and help them provide permanent, loving homes. A person adopting an animal must be 18 years of age or older, or have a parent or guardian present to sign all adoption forms and agreements. All animals are adopted on a first-come, first-serve basis.
All adopted animals are sterilized (spayed or neutered). All pets receive an initial vaccination and de-worming. All pets receive a collar, identification tag, leash or pet carrier to promote responsible pet ownership. Want to walk some dogs, socialize some puppies, brush some cats and do the fun things at the shelter...Why not become a volunteer? The Lewis County Shelter always welcomes persons with at least one hour a month to donate to helping animals in need of new homes.
You must be at least 14 years of age to be able to volunteer. Stop by the shelter for a Volunteer sign-up form. Community Services Nuisance animal complaints are handled by the Lewis County Sherriff’s Office it the owner of the animal is known. Animal abuse, neglect, and/or cruelty are handled by the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office. Call (360) 748-9286 Monday through Friday, 8am – 5pm or Central Dispatch at (360) 740-1105.
In an emergency call 9-1-1. Lost or Found pets please contact the Lewis County Animal Shelter at (360) 740-1290. The Lewis County Animal Shelter is open to the public 10am-4pm Mon. through Sat. The shelter houses stray, homeless and unwanted animals. Animals are placed for adoption or humanely destroyed. The Shelter does offer a disposal service of deceased cats and dogs for a small fee. The shelter will not pick-up deceased animals.
Pet Safety Interested in learning about common household hazards for pets, food safety, pet-proofing, natural disaster preparation for pet owners and many other informative items? Visit this pet safety link to help you make better decisions with guides written by industry experts. Pet Population Control Pet owners should be aware of the "Pet Overpopulation" problems faced by most all areas of the country.
It should be noted that there is financial assistance available for those who qualify. The numbers to call are: Pet Connection: (360) 748-6236SPAY/USA: (800) 248-7729Northwest Spay & Neuter Center: (253) 627-7729 x217Cat's Meow: (360) 623-0820See Also: Vca Newark Animal Hospital
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Domestic pets do not thrive without the help of humans. Without us, pets can slip through the cracks or end up living out their lives on the streets. With the local economy in hard times too many people are left with the decision to give up their pets. Many are too embarrassed to ask for help, and some pets are left at the homes their owners had to leave behind. Many cats who are left behind do not find their way to the shelter.
Often they learn to survive out in the wild and either start or join a feral/wild colony. Feral colonies on our island are prevalent and heavily contribute to the shelter's Kitten Season. CASA tries to help save, bottle feed and wean as many motherless kittens as possible during our warmer months. We depend completely on people willing to foster and nurture these kittens around the clock until they are old enough to come live at the shelter and find their Forever Homes.