The Pet Adoption Center is an adoption guarantee organization, no healthy, adoptable cat, dog, puppy or kitten is ever put to death.
The Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center strives to eliminate the suffering of homeless cats and dogs by providing humane care for pets in transition, facilitating adoptions to good homes, supporting pet overpopulation education, and supporting sterilization of companion animals.
OUR GIVE BIG CAMPAIGN
In case of an emergency (flood, fire or other natural disaster), the Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center want to be prepared , equipped and ready to transport the more than 250 dogs, cats, puppies and kittens that reside with us while they await forever homes.
We have a Disaster Preparedness Plan in place and have conducted “what if” drills with our staff and volunteers. All that is left is to have the essential supplies on hand to sustain our animals and keep them as comfortable as possible, should the need arise.
With your help, we can ensure that each and every pet has a Disaster Kit in place that will contain provisions, temporary shelter, necessary first aid items, food and water bowls, litter pans, leashes and bedding.
STUFF ABOUT US (FACTS & FIGURES 2012)
● 1,322 pets adopted
● 295 pets transferred from local county animal services
● 788 pets relinquished by their owner
● 827 pets spayed or neutered
● 46,088 Volunteer hours given
· Average daily number of dogs in residence 75
● Average daily number of cats in residence 85