Our Mission Statement

  • Provide community service for animals in need through low-cost spay and neuter and vaccination services to help eliminate pet overpopulation and euthanasia of adoptable animals.
  • Provide a safe and caring haven for our shelter animals until adopted.
  • Promote, through education and training, responsible pet ownership.
  • Promote a fiscally responsible organization so that the funding available benefits as many animals as possible. 

Thank You!

Give yourself a hand, because of you Animal Outreach has been saving lives for 26 years.

How can you help

Sponsor a Special Needs Cats


As a no-kill shelter we often have long term residents who have special requirements such as…

Urinary Imbalances – The most common special need we care for in the shelter. These cats or kittens require different food to help manage the crystals or stones that develop in the bladder and cause pain when urinating. 

Environmental Restrictions – Some cats and kitten come to us needing surgeries to better their lives, eye removal and limp amputations are common. However we also have residents who are deaf or are diagnoses with FIV (feline immunodeficiency virus). 

Behavioral Challenges – We all understand that some cats won’t get along together and on occasion we have residents who just absolutely can not be placed with other cats or dogs making them hard to show off in our adoption area.

Donate Supplies to the Facility

  • Gallons of Bleach
  • Liquid H.E. (high-efficiency) Laundry Detergent
  • Paper Towels
  • Tall Kitchen Trash Bags
  • New – Twist Type Mops
  • Plastic Carriers in Good Shape
  • Friskies Canned Food
  • Powered KMR 

Monetary Donation

  • $15.00 – Will provide a rabies vaccination for a rescued animal.
  • $25.00 – Will provide KMR milk substitute for 1 litter of 4 kittens
  • $50.00 – Will provide one spay/neuter service for a rescued animal
  • $100.00 – Will provide a week of food for the shelter
  • $1,500.00 – Will pay for one “Free Feral Day” to the community of EDC.

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