To place as many healthy, adoptable pets in permanent homes as doable. In order to accomplish our mission we are going to: display pets for health, temperament and suitability for placement into properties; match homeowners with probably the most appropriate pets; educate house owners relating to legal guidelines and ordinances together with correct care, confinement, licensing and spay/neuter.
Keep a schedule of feeding 1 weeks outdated kittens each 2 hours; stimulate bladder/bowel before and after each feeding. In order to stimulate the kitten to urinate and have bowel movement, take a cotton ball or a chunk of tissue and damp it in heat water. Stimulate the kitten’s anus space and genital area gently by dabbing. Most times it’ll urinate and hopefully could have a bowel movement (no less than once a day or every different day during the first week outdated).
IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT OUR ADOPTABLE DOGS LIST: The canines on our site are those in our foster program, so you may see very few and even no dogs listed. That does not mean our adoption center is empty or that no canines can be found! The dogs come to our middle each day from our shelter companions at Salt Lake County, West Valley City and Davis County. They are only here whereas we are open, so we are unable to alter their status to show their availability on our web site. The most suitable choice for viewing our dogs is to drop by. You may use to look adoptable canines obtainable from our shelter and rescue companions.
In order to offer all of our pets every alternative to find a residence, you could place a $20 non-refundable deposit on a lost dog or cat. If the pet is not claimed by his owner, you will be able to undertake the pet. If the owner is reunited together with his dog or cat, you could transfer the $20 deposit to a different pet. In each instances, your deposit is applied toward the adoption payment on the time of adoption.