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The Rancho Cucamonga Animal Care and Adoption Center is a an open door municipal animal shelter caring for nearly 5,000 animals each year and has a mission of building a community in which every adoptable pet finds a home.
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Recently, I met a dog who was being fostered by a friend of mine. I fell in love with the creature and decided to adopt him. I went to the shelter, made out all the paper work. Said I would take full responsibility for the dog. Rancho Cucamonga Animal Shelter decided to kill the poor animal instead. Results 1 - 30 of 38 - See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for Animal Shelter Rancho Cucamonga Ca locations in San Bernardino, CA.
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Officials don’t disclose the location of the nursery because they would rather any new kittens be taken to the animal shelter, she said. The city is only taking in kittens from Rancho Cucamonga, but in the long term “we’d love for this to be the model organization for (San Bernardino) County,” she said.Veronica Fincher, who took over as shelter director last year, said because Rancho Cucamonga is an open-admission shelter - it takes in all stray, abandoned or surrendered animals within the city - keeping animals from being euthanized is a challenge.RANCHO CUCAMONGA - Some volunteers at the Rancho Cucamonga Animal Care and Service Center are expressing disappointment about what they say is a direction away from a no-kill shelter philosophy.Last year, the Rancho Cucamonga Animal Center opened a 24 hour neonatal kitten nursery. This donor supported program is one of the first to open in a Municipal Animal Shelter and provided care to 800 underage orphaned kittens. During the months of April through October, volunteers and community members donated their time to this labor of love project to bottle feed, provide general care and socialize kittens 1 day old to 8 weeks old (until they are old enough for adoption). The Kitten Nursery was a huge success and a program that saved many more lives.Kitten Season is Fast Approaching!Last year, the Rancho Cucamonga Animal Center opened a 24 hour neonatal kitten nursery. This donor supported program is one of the first to open in a Municipal Animal Shelter and provided care to 800 underage orphaned kittens. During the months of April through October, volunteers and community members donated their time to this labor of love project to bottle feed, provide general care and socialize kittens 1 day old to 8 weeks old (until they are old enough for adoption). The Kitten Nursery was a huge success and a program that saved many more lives.This year, we anticipate the nursery will open in mid-April and will care for over 1,000 underage kittens. Additional funding and volunteers are needed to continue this life saving work. Please consider donating, volunteering, or becoming a foster parent. To learn a little more about our life saving efforts, check out ! Donate Funds thru (any amount is appreciated) Donate Supplies from our Become a volunteer or foster parent, by emailing The Rancho Cucamonga Animal Care and Adoption Center is assisting the San Bernardino County Animal Shelter in a wide scale effort to find homes for dogs confiscated as part of a puppy mill bust.