We are an adoption partner with PetSmart. We are at the Muncie PetSmart every Saturday with cats and dogs and we have a handful of cats at the Muncie PetSmart 24/7. We are also at the Fort Wayne - Jefferson Pointe and Noblesville locations - unfortunately we cannot get to these two locations every week as we currently do not have enough volunteers to staff all 3 locations every week. We will be at the Fort Wayne - Jefferson Pointe and Noblesville PetSmart locations on Saturday, December 10th. We will be doing Santa pictures at Noblesville on 12/10 as well as adopting out animals. We will be doing Santa pictures at the Muncie PetSmart Saturday and Sunday, 12/17 and 12/18.
"Click here to view animals for adoption at Animal House Sanctuary
3. Make reasonable effort to work with Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control
or designated Animal Welfare Organization to resolve nuisance complaints
using humane deterrents and/or removal of Community Cats identified as a
public nuisance; and
Allen County SPCA Dogs looking for homes
We are looking for cat lovers who have a barn or other secure outdoor structure and are interested in adopting cats that are not suitable for life inside of a house or are unhappy living inside. Cat temperaments range from feral to friendly. In partnership with Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control and HOPE for Animals, this program is designed to find homes for cats that have traditionally been deemed un-adoptable through our “normal” adoption procedures.
ACSPCA Volunteer Positions - Allen County SPCA
FORT WAYNE, Indiana -- An Indiana animal shelter is all out of adoptable pets. The shelter ran a Black Friday deal during which puppy adoptions, normally $100 only cost $10. Customers were allowed to name their own price on cats. The result? An empty shelter.FORT WAYNE —More than a dozen Great Danes and German Shepherds were rescued from an “overcrowded and unsanitary” breeding operation at a farm in a nearby county. - A full-service small animal veterinary hospital located in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Our state-of-the-art animal hospital features the latest in medical technology.FORT WAYNE, Ind. — Representatives from pet food maker Hill’s Pet Nutrition on Wednesday presented a check for $10,000 to Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control’s education department.