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This contract declares the adoptor as owner of the new pet, and mandates the animal receive proper care, annual vaccinations/vet care, and spay/neuter (if not already altered) of the pet by the adoptor.
All prospective adoptors are required to fill out an Adoption Screening Form (which asks for a vet reference).
Once the screening form is evaluated and approved by the WCASB, the adopting owner pays a fee to Wabash County and an additional fee (varies per animal) to the WCASB.
The additional fee helps the WCASB volunteers pay for medical exams, tests, vaccinations, spay/neuters, heartworm/flea prevention, food, etc.
Upon adoption, a legally-binding contract from Wabash County must be signed.
Carmel at locations like Rural King and Pamida as well.
Stay tuned for information on fun events like 'Pet-a-Pup' day and a Foster Parent informational meeting in April!
The Wabash County Animal Shelter is a county-maintained, kill shelter located in rural Southeastern Illinois, and serves Wabash County residents.While only animals from Wabash county are admitted to the shelter, approved adoptors from any location are allowed to adopt our shelter pets. The Wabash County Animal Shelter Buddies (WCASB) is a small group on volunteers who help coordinate adoption of dogs and cats from the Wabash County Animal Shelter.Keep in mind, the WCASB efforts are funded entirely by donations, and 100% of funds raised are used to care for these wonderful animals. Most Saturdays and Sundays you can find us at Petsmart in Evansville from 10-4pm.Donations towards the WCASB vet expenses may also be sent directly to the Mount Carmel Animal Hospital. We would love to introduce you to our wonderful dogs and cats...are located in Mt. We occasionally have local Pet Adoption Days in Mt.Our mission is to: Increase the number of pet adoptions/rescues from the county animal shelter, to provide a clean, safe, and friendly living environment to animals during their stay at the county shelter, educate the public about pet overpopulation and the importance of spay/neuter practices, and to promote awareness on the benefits of adopting a shelter pet.
While the shelter buddies strive to ensure that each admitted animal receives a home, space is EXTREMELY LIMITED at our facility, and animals are still euthanized as open kennels run out.