CCAS Newsletter
CCAS Newsletter - January 2019
Happy New Year!

Jumping Into 2019

On behalf of all of the volunteers and staff at CCAS, we’d like to wish you and yours a happy new year. May your 2019 be filled with happiness, love and maybe a new four legged addition to your family. We have some great updates in our first newsletter of the year, including the announcement of our January adoption promotion, our Animal Tails blog about two new important animal laws taking effect in California this year and, of course, an adoption success story.
So without further ado, let’s jump into 2019!  

January Adoption Promotion

January Adoption Promotion

Home for the Holidays Free Adoption Special!!! 
To start the new year off right, CCAS will be reducing the price of adoption for adult dogs and cats (not including kittens/puppies under six months) to $50 beginning on Jan. 5 and ending on Jan. 31st. This adoption fee includes the cost of adoption, spay/neuter surgery, microchip, vaccinations and cost of license. This promotion does not include the costs of refundable deposits for spay/neuter surgeries. To view animals available for adoption, please visit

After almost a whole year at the shelter (329 days to be exact) Nyla has finally found the loving forever home she deserves! Everyone at the shelter was crying happy tears while she walked out last night. We'll miss her dearly and hope she has the best life ever

Wildlife injuries

CCAS in the News

Last month, KPIX (CBS) caught up with CCAS’ Lt. Evan Eustis to discuss the alarming increase in wildlife shootings being reported in the Bay Area. Be sure to check out this compelling story about this unfortunate trend and what law enforcement agencies, including CCAS, are doing to enforce the laws prohibiting the shooting of wildlife. Read more . . .


November Stats Available

We have recently compiled our stats and have posted them on our website. Why does it take so long to post our stats? Because we have a 60 day return policy, we want to ensure that our numbers accurately reflect that data.
Some highlights from August include:

  • Live Release Rate – All Animals = 89.59%
  • Live Release Rate – Dogs & Cats = 90.22%
  • Live Release Rate – Dogs = 87.22%
  • Live Release Rate – Cats = 94.32%
  • Adoptions = 193
  • Transfers = 145
  • Overall Animal Intake = 586

                                                   To view the full set of CCAS stats, go here.

Important Animal Law Changes for 2019


Two Important Animal Laws in 2019

This year, there are two new laws in the state of California that will make a huge difference in the lives of animals.
Read more . . . 


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