Minneapolis Animal Care & Control (MACC) is a full-service shelter. In 2015 1,291 animals were adopted to good homes last year or were transferred to rescue groups. In all, roughly 4,000 animals or more come to Minneapolis Animal Care & Control every year. By law, we keep all stray dogs and cats at least five (5) days to allow their owners to search and reclaim them. However, if the original owner is not found, animals are made available for adoption to new homes.
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Minneapolis Animal Care and Control is a municipal animal control facility that serves the City of Minneapolis. Minneapolis animal control officers respond to bites, incidents, animal welfare calls, abandoned animals, dogs running loose, neglect, dog fighting, and much more. We also work very hard to find animals new homes. We work with 45 rescue groups to place the animals that are not adopted at our facility.
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"Kitty Hall is a perfect opportunity to talk about the awesome work Minneapolis Animal Care and Control does every day," said Mayor Betsy Hodges.
Attendees were able to elect their favorite feline to office, pose for pictures and even adopt. Those who would like to have a new furry friend in their home are able to pick one up by Wednesday, June 28. Those interested in adoption can visit Animal Control at 212 17th Avenue North in Minneapolis.
Maddie was scared and unsure right off the van
Please note that because we require a home visit at the time of adoption we can only place animals in homes within a 60 mile radius of Minneapolis. If you are interested in meeting this pet please fill out the Minneapolis Animal Care & Control (MACC) is committed to finding good homes for all adoptable animals. Animal rescue groups play an important role in the placement of healthy and treatable animals. Each year, MACC places hundreds of animals with our rescue partners.Minneapolis Animal Care & Control (or MACC) has a long history of partnering with a variety of animal rescue groups. If we cannot find a pet’s original owner within the mandatory Minnesota Statutory waiting period, we make the animal available to the general public for adoption. If the animal is not readily adopted or if the pet needs specialized care, MACC will make the pet available to rescue groups.