The Police Division staff includes a half-time Animal Management Officer accountable for control of animals and pets. Please click on on our Stray Animals page to look for pets situated on the Chico Animal Shelter. We additionally assist animal homeowners in offering shelter for his or her pets and livestock throughout main emergencies corresponding to evacuations during fires. If you have misplaced a pet, please examine our Stray Animals tab for pictures of our current stray animals.
NACA is dedicated to offering help, sources and professional development services for all animal care and control professionals. A 501c3 nonprofit pet rescue, Miles of Hope is dedicated to preserving the happiness and sanctity of animals. If you are able to safely include an injured or sick domestic animal (dog, cat, rabbit, and so on.), please convey it to the shelter during our business hours.
In addition to being hectic for the animals, the containers also can create safety considerations for shelter workers. They included 525 stray animals picked up by the public and sixty three pets that had been surrendered by their house owners. Additionally they feed and water all of the animals at the shelter, administer medical care, and clear all cages.
Additionally, the Animal Control division can have an officer on name after hours to choose up lost, injured or aggressive animals. The entire canine and cats from the emergency shelters have been moved to local shelters, together with the Chico Animal Shelter. If a canine is has been contained you possibly can call the Metropolis Office (785) 543-5234 and employees will take the canine to the animal pound.