The Animal Foundation will hold a public meeting on Monday, November 27, 2017, from 3:15pm to 4:15pm in the Large Conference Room at the Clark County Library located at 1401 East Flamingo Road in Las Vegas. The meeting, which will be open to the community, welcomes public input regarding the services provided by The Animal Foundation for Clark County and the City of Las Vegas. To submit questions in advance, please email publiccomment@animalfoundation.com by noon on Friday, November 24, 2017. Thank you.

 

About

•Who We Are

A nonprofit, 501(c)3 organization, The Animal Foundation, founded in 1978, is the highest volume single-site animal shelter in America. Last year we saved nearly 21,000 lost, homeless, and often mistreated animals.

Much like a public hospital, as an open-admission shelter, The Animal Foundation takes in every animal who comes to us in need, no matter how sick or injured. From the expected dogs, cats, rabbits to pigs, fighting roosters, and exotic animals, we serve them all. Just like a hospital, we can’t save them all. What we can do, with the support of the community, is save every healthy and treatable animal who comes to us in need.

The Animal Foundation’s lifesaving programs are designed to address the root causes of pet overpopulation and homelessness and include: adoptions; low-cost spay/neuter, microchipping and vaccination services; lost & found pets; Community Cats; and more. In June 2015, The Animal Foundation announced Mission: Possible 2020, a strategic initiative to save the lives of all healthy and treatable animals that come to The Animal Foundation in need, by the end of the year 2020.

•Our Mission

We envision a humane and compassionate community for all animals.  Our mission at The Animal Foundation is to save the lives of all healthy and treatable animals in the Las Vegas valley.