The Valley Animal Center which was formerly known as The California Feline Foundation was established in 1992 to improve the welfare of companion animals. The Foundation's mission is to alleviate pet overpopulation through spaying and neutering programs rather than the traditional method of euthanasia, and to provide care and shelter for homeless cats and kittens until they are adopted into good homes. Our primary goal is to impact the pet overpopulation problem in a long-term, lasting manner rather than seeking a temporary solution.
The Foundation's Shelter and Adoption Center houses as many as 300 cats and kittens at any one time until they are placed in good homes. Upon entering the shelter, each cat or kitten is tested for feline leukemia and FIV, and given rabies, leukemia, and 4-1 vaccinations. Any additional medical treatment is administered as needed. All are spayed or neutered and implanted with microchip identification before they leave the shelter.
For the animals:
Dry kitten food (Science Diet)
Canned kitten food (Science Diet)
Dry cat food (Science Diet)
Anti-bacterial dish soap
Heavy-duty garbage bags (30 gallon)
KMR (Kitten Milk Replacer)
Our goal is to find the perfect home for our cats and kittens. We encourage people to come to the shelter and spend as much time as they like with the cats so they can find their purrfect pal.
The Valley Animal Center is open for adoption 7 days a week 10:00am – 4:30pm. Every potential adopter is required to submit an Adoption Application to be considered for adoption. Once the application is approved, there is a $85.00 adoption fee for cats and an adoption fee for dogs $175.00. No cat will be allowed to leave the shelter unless they are in an approved pet carrier and no dog will be allowed to leave unless on a leash.