Community Animal Assistance Program
We want to keep animals with their families, where they belong, which is why we created the Community Animal Assistance Program (CAAP). Every year, we ensure thousands of humans and animals are able to stay together because of CAAP.
If you need assistance with paying for veterinary care for your pet, CAAP's grant program can help. Complete a Community Animal Assistance Grant Application to apply. All grantees are considered for up to 100 dollars, maximum. Grants are paid directly to your veterinarian. Please note that all applicants must apply for CareCredit and provide documentation that they have been denied credit. If you already have CareCredit and your account is maxed out, provide that documentation to us as well. Click this link to apply for veterinary financial assistance.
Please click this link to apply for assistance with any of the areas listed below (CareCredit application not required):
- Behavioral training
- Landlord required pet deposit
- Pet food and supplies
- Temporary foster in domestic violence cases
In the case where a human needs to surrender their pet, we can provide a courtesy post on our social media network. Although we CANNOT take your pet, you can leverage our large social network (40,000 followers combined FB and IG) to try and find a new home for your pet. Many pets have found loving new homes through this solution.
We will work with you to create a courtesy post for your animal and then post it on our social media channels (and website as well, when possible). Please click here to fill out a Courtesy Post form.
Also, we have a list of other animal rescues and resources in Napa County, Sonoma County, Solano County, and other neighboring areas. Some rescue all species and breeds, others focus on seniors or pets with health issues. Additionally, there are breed-specific rescues that focus on a single breed to match families with.
If you have additional questions, please contact our hotline at email@example.com or 707.927.3536.
“What if you could save the life of one animal, by keeping your own?”