Is your facility a "no-kill" shelter?

Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a true "No Kill" shelter as every organization must make tough calls when difficult health situations arise.  Our humane euthanasia numbers are extremely low and hoover between 1-3% which gives us a "Live Release" rate of around 97-99%.  Due to the volume of animals that we see every year and a large number of those being displaced and at a health disadvantage sometimes we do have to humanely euthanize when the number of animals in our care exceed the number we can house humanely.

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1. Where are you located and what are your hours?
2. I found a dog / cat what do I do?
3. What kind of animals do you have for adoption?
4. Does my pet need a city license?
5. How do I adopt a pet from your shelter?
6. How many animals is a person allowed to own?
7. Are Pit Bulls banned in the City of Cabot?
8. Is your facility a "no-kill" shelter?