Merced County, CA - Official Website - Animal Control

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Our mission is to create a new standard in rescue operation with education and community involvement to end the suffering of animals who are lost, abandoned, or given up to the Merced County shelter.
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In the past, Weightman said, the Gustine shelter has worked with the Merced SPCA because they do everything they can to find a no-kill shelter for the animals they take in. directions, phone numbers and more for the best Animal Shelters in Merced, CA.
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Merced County Animal Control has perfectly adoptable animal in danger of euthanasia simply because there are so many dogs in the shelter and there's no space. The shelter staff would love to spread the word about these dogs before it's too late. and help spread the word or adopt/rescue them! is the place where residents from Merced Atwater and Livingston go to take their animals, said Kristi Caseri, facility supervisor for the shelter. Although Gustine has a small shelter, Gustine Police Department Animal Services, they only hold animals for a few days until they transport them to the county shelter. Merced County animal shelters are scrambling to place numerous dogs, many suffering from a variety of medical issues, more than a week after nearly three dozen were taken from an Atwater home.According to Merced SPCA social media posts although they don’t have a shelter they are remaining an “open society.” They asked for Merced SPCA members to hold onto the membership to help them with animal emergencies. , a nonprofit that transports animals to other shelters, worked with the Merced SPCA to place animals from 2004 until they closed, according to Sharon Lohman, president of New Beginnings.