Veterinary Clinic Open Monday April 20

Veterinary Clinic Open Monday, April 20

In an effort to serve our community during this difficult time, Cape Coral Animal Shelter will open its low-cost veterinary clinic to the public on Monday, April 20th from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.  We realize there are many pet owners in need of basic veterinary care for their beloved pets at this time, and it […]

Veterinary Clinic Open Friday April 10

Veterinary Clinic Open on Friday, April 10

In an effort to serve our community during this difficult time, Cape Coral Animal Shelter will open its low-cost veterinary clinic to the public on Friday, April 10th from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  We realize there are many pet owners in need of basic veterinary care for their beloved pets at this time, and it […]

Volunteering during Safer at Home

Volunteering During Safer At Home

Hello volunteers. We are so grateful for your continued support. Due to the “safer at home” policy, we are now SCHEDULING all volunteer shifts through our volunteer software. If you have been through orientation, please log in to Give Pulse to sign up for a shift. There will be three types of shifts–dog walking (this […]

Update on COVID-19 Pandemic

Update On Our Response To The COVID-19 Pandemic

The Cape Coral Animal Shelter is committed to providing a safe environment for our visitors, staff, and volunteers during this troubling time.  Until further notice, we will not be open to the public, but instead schedule adoptions by appointment only.  Please view our adoptable dogs and cats. If you see an animal you would like […]

CCAS Opening and Our Response to the COVID-19 Crisis

CCAS Opening & Our COVID-19 Crisis Response

Cape Coral Animal Shelter, located at 325 SW 2nd Avenue, Cape Coral, will open for adoptions on Thursday, March 19, 2020 at 12pm. Cape Coral Animal Shelter is committed to protecting your safety and well-being during this evolving COVID-19 crisis. We have been closely monitoring the recommendations provided by officials. In response and to support social […]

Raise the Woof - A Capital Campaign Event

Raise the Woof – A Capital Campaign Event

Cape Coral Animal Shelter held it’s second Capital Campaign event entitled “Raise the Woof” on September 26, 2019 at Palmetto-Pine Country Club. Special guest included Cape Coral’s Mayor, Joe Coviello.   The surprise guest of the evening was Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno, arriving on the Red Carpet with dogs Deputy Chance and Lieutenant Bosco. Deputy Chance […]

Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Food That Is Bad For Your Pet

Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to feast with family and friends. However, it is best not to involve your fur baby in chow time. Before you fix them a plate (or feed them from yours), consider that the following Thanksgiving food that is bad for your pet. Stuffing: Onions, scallions and garlic are common ingredients […]

Feline Enrichment Wall

Fun for our Feline Friends!

Our new shelter has three large cat condos with outdoor lanais for our feline residents to enjoy.  We would like to add one of these super cool wall units to each of the condos to entertain the cats and give them a spot to hang out.  They range in price from $1,300 to $2,200 depending […]

Items We Need

Seeking Donations – Items We Need

We are so grateful to everyone asking about donations of supplies.  We are in the process of developing a “Wish List” and will publish that as soon as we are able to accept donations at the shelter.  Many of you have asked if we will use sheets and towels—absolutely!  We just can’t take them yet, […]

Ordinance 37-19

Ordinance 37 – 19 Passes

On August 5, 2019, the Cape Coral City Council passed Ordinance 37 – 19. Ordinance 37 – 19 pertains to the prohibition of retail sale of dogs and cats in the City.  The humane treatment of animals is an important public purpose.  The practice of commercial breeding facilities, sometimes referred to as “puppy mills” and “kitten […]