has made a pledge to all animals that, through no fault of their own, have been
thrust into our often cruel world, ending up at what will be the final
crossroads of their life…the Animal Shelter. These poor, defenseless creatures
deserve a second chance. Animal shelters’ biggest struggle comes from the lack
of reliable volunteers.
Our mission is
to recruit, train and schedule volunteers to provide physical exercise and
companionship for all animals being cared for at the shelter.
OUR IMMEDIATE GOAL
CCAC VOLUNTEERS is planning special fundraising events and will apply for
grants assisting CCAC firstly to implement rescue, foster, transport, vetting,
vaccination, medicine and pre-spay/neuter to control the overpopulation of our
county dogs and cats and secondly to build a new shelter.
OUR FUTURE GOAL
To support local animal shelters and
offers diverse opportunities to learn, gain new skills and experiences, meet
new people and get involved in the community. Our volunteers exercise,
socialize, walk, bathe, groom, foster, transport, hug and love each and every
one of our furry friends. We would be honored to have you join our team!
We currently have 50+ volunteers but need a total of 100 volunteers to fill
our Monday-Friday morning and afternoon shifts and to maintain a pool of
Finally, we are thankful to CACC’s staff and ACOs for embracing our volunteer
organization, to our community for adopting from its local shelter, and to
rescue organizations for accepting our shelter animals on a regular basis.
Toddy H.: Pet Care Department Director
Tammy M., Michelle R.: Rescue/Transport
Kim R.: Foster Care
Jill H.: Animal Intake
Cadie P.: Volunteers, Newsletter
Mary H., Terri G.: Fundraising
Jennifer H.: T-shirts
Stephanie F.: Social Networking
The RESCUE PROGRAM at our
shelter is coordinated by the shelter’s staff, local animal lovers,
volunteers and rescue organizations.