S.O.S.Support Our Shelter!
Sacramento County Animal Care needs your help to continue to provide quality animal care services for the 15,000 animals that come to our shelter every year, to help investigate cases of animal neglect and abuse, and improve the quality of life for all people and animals in our community.
California State Employees Charitable Giving Campaign (CSECC) DonorsCalifornia State employees can make contributions via the CSECC. Complete the CSECC Pledge Form and direct contribution to Sacramento County Animal Care, Tax ID #94-6000529.
All donations are tax-deductible!
Or, make donation checks payable to Sacramento County to: 3839 Bradshaw Road, Sacramento 95827. Tax ID #94-6000529
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Drive Change. Donate a Vehicle Today.Your car donation benefits animals in need in the Sacramento community. You can donate cars, trucks, vans and RVs to benefit Sacramento County Animal Care. Learn more about vehicle donation or call 1-800-240-0160!
License your pets!For Sacramento County, Citrus Heights, Isleton and Galt residents. Learn more on the Licensing Online web page.Check out all the benefits you receive with each license!
Be a Sponsor!Help the Animal Shelter and give a unique gift that gives back or gain greater visibility for your business as an Animal Shelter supporter. A sponsorship will leverage our state-of-the-art, certified green building facility and the thousands of visitors it receives every year. We have sponsorships for kennels, habitat rooms and the Recognition Wall. Our Sponsors help us to provide critical animal services to our community.
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ABOUT OUR SHELTER
The Sacramento County Animal Shelter cares for more than 13,000 stray, abandoned, abused and neglected animals every year. We are one of the largest shelters in California and have been providing critical services to the animals and people of Sacramento since 1964. We are also the only agency in the unincorporated Sacramento County area that investigates and prosecutes cases of cruelty, which is a major component of our overall services.
Since 2008, we already lost 50 percent of our staff, and our remaining 4 kennel attendants care for an average of 338 animals per day, while our remaining 10 field officers cover almost 1,000 square miles of jurisdiction and respond to more than 25,000 field calls each year.
We need your help to continue to shelter and care for these animals, preserve our adoption, volunteer, rescue and foster care programs, and to sustain our ability to provide critical animal services throughout our community.
Please donate today!