Great place. Just need to remind everyone they are a kill shelter because no kill shelters have to refuse animals when they are full-usually meaning no cage space or no volunteers. When you are an animal owner faced with the tough decision of surrender and wait until the last minute to even begin to look for another home euthanasia is what may happen. CAP is there to help place every animal when they can- and to do the best they can when an animal just has to get off the streets, away from abuse or a myriad of other reasons that cause them to be turned in. Don't blame a shelter for euthanasia when it's the best that can be done for some poor animal at the time. I ask you to stand there in the middle of kitten/puppy season and count how many get turned in-vs how many come out with new homes. Heartbreaking. And ALL of it can be stopped via spay/neuter programs.
Be part of the solution: spay/neuter or help someone pay for their animals if they can't afford it- find low cost vets out there