North Little Rock, Arkansas - Pet Adoption

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - The Little Rock Animal Village is hosting a free pet adoption event on April 16 thanks to the Little Rock Civitan Club.
Little Rock, Arkansas - Pet Adoption
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The Animal Services Division is responsible for protection of our citizens by enforcing all City ordinances related to Animal Safety and Welfare. Pet owners who do not comply with the laws are issued citations for their appearance in Municipal Court. In addition, Animal Services Staff has responsibility for stray animals in Little Rock. Stray animals are collected and housed at the Animal Village where care is provided for them or they are held for owner pickup, adoption or rescue. Adoption programs attempt to place these animals in loving homes with responsible owners. Animal Service Officers respond to complaints about stray, injured, neglected and abused animals. Litttle Lost Souls has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in Little Rock, Arkansas.
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CARE does not have a physical animal shelter and operates out of our office in Little Rock's Heights neighborhood. We use this website as a virtual shelter, and you can and submit your . To date, CARE's /adoption effort has saved 3,850 animals (as of November 10, 2016)---once homeless or unwanted, these pets have now been placed into loving homes. Also, because we have no shelter, CARE relies upon volunteers to "foster" adoptable pets until permanent homes are found. In December 2011, CARE found a way to expand its rescue/adoption effort by partnering with the Arkansas Department of Correction's program, which places adoptable CARE dogs temporarily into state prisons for housing, socialization, and training by professionally-supervised inmate trainers--- this remarkable program is a win-win for CARE, the Department, the dogs, and the inmates! Bottom-line: the number of adoptable pets that CARE can accept into its rescue/adoption program at any time is determined by the number of available spaces for them---either in volunteer foster homes or the Paws in Prison program.