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Animal Outreach Humane Society will become a community where no adoptable and or treatable animal or healthy feral cat is euthanized. This will be accomplished by creating, funding and managing proactive programs which prevent unwanted animals, educating the community on the problems of pet overpopulation and offering solutions, assisting in the altering of animals, reducing the numbers of feral cats via TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return and housing adoptive animals until a home can be found.
One of the most important programs to allow a county to become "No-Kill" is strong, readily available adoption programs. Animal Outreach has adopted out over 5000 animals, and makes itself available for adoptions as much as our volunteer resources allow.
Animal Outreach does not have a physical shelter facility, the majority of our animals are kept in volunteer foster homes, and some others are kept at local Petsmart Adoption Centers located in those Petsmart stores (and available for viewing whenever those stores are open).