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CPP cannot take custody of your animals into a foster home environment at this time. It is up to you as the animal's family to work with CPP to get your pet placed in a new home. This will include making phone calls, taking pictures, and performing home visits. CPP will reach out to the public at our various events. We will also use our website, Facebook, and other resources.

It is recommended that you have an adoption application, perform a home visit, and use an adoption contract. This will ensure a safe and smooth transition.  It's important that we know as much as possible about your pet.

Your pet needs to be spayed or neutered and up to date on vaccinations. Why spay or neuter? Imagine you give your pet to what seems to be a good home. Instead of providing a good home the new owner uses your animal to breed over and over in deplorable conditions for the rest of its life. Spaying or neutering would have prevented that from happening.


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