All animals at Contra Costa Animal Services (CCAS) will be free to adopt during the month of March in an effort to clear kennel space with the county shelter reaching near capacity. CCAS is also seeking qualified foster homes – specifically those that can accommodate large dog breeds – to help alleviate the current shelter population.
We’ve reached a fever pitch. With an already crowded shelter and an average daily intake of nearly 20 animals each day, we’re asking for the community’s help in getting as many pets out of the shelter as we possibly can through adoption and foster.
CCAS currently has over 100 pets seeking permanent or temporary homes. If you are interested in adopting you can see our available animals. If you would like to foster, you can find all the information about fostering here.