This program provides our county’s low income seniors with pet food, supplies, preventatives and medical care.
Through the support of our community and our partner Clinton Animal Hospital, we help low income citizens pay for necessary vet care to keep their pets healthy and at home.
Trap, Neuter, Return
With Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR), community cats are humanely captured or trapped, taken to a veterinarian to be spayed/neutered and vaccinated and then returned to their outdoor homes where their caretakers continue to look after them.
Some pet owners need help to be able to keep their animals while others need help to find new homes for their pets. We want to help ensure positive futures for all pets.
Education and Outreach Programs
Working with local organizations and schools, AC ARF provides educational programs and resources to educate our community to improve the lives of our pets.