This is a no kill shelter. This is not the cleanest, best run or most comfortable shelter for the animals, but for so many animals it is their only hope. The dedicated, overtired and overworked staff consists of one family that travels all over the state rescuing dogs and cats from shelters- some of those shelters have an 80% rate of euthanasia. Yes, Kay's is crowded. No, the animals don't get enough exercise. This is a small family run non-profit. They pick up many down state puppies and they agree to pick up animals about to face the needle in other shelters. They may say yes more often than they should, but I guess it's hard for animal lovers to say no. Yes rescue a dog or cat from here, but they'll probably soon fill the cage with an animal that would otherwise be killed. On the plus side, the kill shelters have plenty of space, are very clean, and give the pleasant appearance of extremely well run institutions. The animals that are allowed to live are treated very well. I agree, I'd never want to see an animal suffer, shame more shelters aren't better funded. Find a good animal here and give it a good home.
i have gotten all my animals from kays for years. they are non kill and i have had the best animals anyone could ever ask for!!!!! i love kays and always have they are not murders i have volenteered here and would recomend kays to anyone and everyone!!!!
I adopted my puppy from them January 2010. They were very professional and gave me all the instructions on how to take her to get spade and to have her chip registered. My Girl is just over 6 years old now and she is the best. Thanks Kay's