Pet Adoption Network was founded in 2003 and operates on a very small budget. Our dedicated volunteers take homeless pets off the street and from area shelters when the shelter can no longer keep the animal. We have rescued dogs in the past, but currently are primarily a cat rescue. PAN obtains veterinary care for the pets, and all are vaccinated, spayed/neutered, wormed, and had appropriate testing. No animal is euthanized simply for lack of a permanent home, and our foster homes keep their foster pets in their care until a forever home is found. We have a very dedicated core of volunteers who work tirelessly every day.
PAN has operated several programs over the years. These programs are dependent on funding. Our Senior-for-Senior program strives to place senior pets with senior adopters, at no or low cost to the adopter. Senior pets have a low adoption rate at area shelters, and it is a shame because they are the most loving and appreciative of a loving home.
One of our more successful, and costly programs, is our spay/neuter program for low income families. PAN has taken on the expense of spaying and vaccinating dozens of pets belonging to low income families, in an effort to stop the cycle of homeless kittens dropped off at area shelters every year. We hope to keep the cat in its current home, while preventing unwanted litters of kittens. This program was very successful, but was put on hold temporarily due to lack of funding. We hope to be able to reinstate the program soon.
We focus on: Animals, Community Benefit and Economic Development
Where we are: Monroe
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