Animal Sanctuary and Care Society
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Services Provided for the Cats
We are very passionate about the cats and give them the best lives we can. Our mission statement includes a 'no kill' policy so we let the animals live out the rest of their lives in a humane way in our very loving foster homes.
All of our cats are tested for FIV/FeLV, spayed/neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. Those who required it have had bloodwork done and their teeth cleaned. Our extraordinary veterinary care is provided by the wonderful people at East San Rafael Vet Clinic in San Rafael.
We don't just board our rescues - we love them and give them homes for the rest of their lives! We have two amazing sanctuaries that provide our kitties everything they could need or want - and, most importantly, lifelong companionship!
Spay & Neuter
Animal Sanctuary & Care Society believes in the importance of spaying and neutering to control animal populations so that no cats are unwanted or abandoned. All fostered cats are spayed/neutered.
ASCS is committed to the health and safety of all of our rescues. Emergency care will be provided if necessary by our trusted veternarians.
Vaccinations are a vital part of keeping healthy kitties. We vaccinate all of our rescues to minimize the risk and spread of contagions and disease, including FIV/FeLV.
Many cats, especially strays, have come to us needing surgeries, like herniae removal. We strive to provide the best veterinary attention which sometimes includes surgeries.
All rescues are microchipped to ensure safety.
Abandoned or strayed animals sometimes receive little or no grooming attention. Improper or absent grooming can severely impact the health and happiness of animals who require grooming. ASCS is committed to allieving the pain of the animals who desperately need grooming.
Proper and regular dental care is essential for animals so that ill health does not affect diet or comfort.
Because kitties can't tell us 'where it hurts,' radiology can help locate health problems and help address veterinary needs.
Many of our cats were rescues or strays, and so regular veterinary check-ups are a necessary part of their recovery. Each of our rescues and fostered cats receive exceptional lifelong medical care.