Carrie A. Seaman Animal Shelter, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 10 10 reviews
5 Sandy Hill Lane Box 1374 Provincetown MA 02657 USA
CASAS primary goal is to operate as a facility on Lower Cape Cod for the holding, feeding, medical treatment, and eventual placement of homeless domestic animals. The facility will operate as a no-kill shelter, and act as a safe haven until loving adoptive homes can be found. Also, all volunteer organization is working to prevent domestic animal overpopulation and neglect by encouraging and assisting individuals to spay/neuter their animals. Goal is accomplished by public education and provision of vouchers which pay half the cost of needed veterinary services.
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CASAS is my favorite of all non-profits. I am totally impressed by the work done by the all-volunteer staff and I am a regular donor to the shelter. I've already adopted one cat and am currently thinking about another one. CASAS is a fabulous no-kill shelter, where cats can run free and interact with the other cats and the volunteers. CASAS has excellent veterinary services, a spay/neuter program, and dedicated volunteers who make sure that all animals stay healthy and happy. I love visiting the shelter and playing with the kitties. When I adopt a cat, I know that she/he has been spayed/neutered, that it has all the necessary shots, has a chip, is healthy, and has been socialized to other cats. I wish I could provided a forever home for more of them. But I also know that CASAS has a very high adoption rate and that the animals who are not adopted get to remain at the shelter, safe and sound, for the rest of their lives. I can't believe how many volunteers give their time to make this the best shelter in the region. They're amazing!
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