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Saturday, September 3, 2016

About Potter County Animal Assistance Project

Start Date
Founded in 2012

Short Description
The purpose of the organization known as Potter County Animal Assistance Project (PCAAP) is to advance the cause of animal welfare and prevention of animal cruelty in Potter County.

Company Overview
PCAAP was formed by volunteers and is governed by an elected board of seven members. We are an incorporated non-profit 501(c... See More

General Information
PCAAP currently has 6 programs available:

1. TRAP/SPAY/NEUTER PROGRAM: The purpose of this program is to reduce the free roaming cat population and the spread of rabies in Potter County. over the last four years, we spayed/neutered 1,068 cats, all of which also received their rabies vaccines.. If you have or know of a free roaming cat problem, please call 274-9773 for an application.

2. SUBSIDIZED LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER PROGRAM: The purpose of this program is to help low-income individuals with spaying and neutering of their cats or dogs to help reduce the homeless animal population. In 2014, we spayed/neutered 181 pets. For more information or to obtain an application, please call 274-9773.

3. Horse Rescue: The purpose of this program is to take in horses that are in need of being rescued. For more information, you can email pcaap2012@gmail.com

4. ANIMAL CRUELTY HOTLINE:The purpose of the Hotline is to provide a confidential way of communication for individuals to report abuse or neglect of animals in Potter County. We work with the PSPCA Animal Cruelty Officer and State and Local Police to investigate complaints. If you suspect animal cruelty in potter county, please call 814-203-4504.

5. PET FOOD BANK! The Pet Food Bank provides pet food for low-income families, fostered animals and for families who find themselves in temporary financial hardship. We ask for the public’s assistance by placing donated animal food (dry or canned) in drop boxes located in Coudersport at Costa’s, Shop N Save, Dollar General and Kaytee’s Market along with Perry’s Country Store in Austin. Helping to provide for these animals will help keep them out of shelters! Anyone looking for help with pet food should contact their local food bank for distribution or send us an email at pcaap2012@gmail.com

PCAAP currently has a small number of foster homes established for cat and kitten adoptions. To date we have found homes for over 60 cats. To inquire about adopting a cat or kitten, please contact: Sharon Kio: 585-610-9860 ~or~ Lonnie Jo Hynds: 814-274-3679




Margaret Caldwell said...

Thank you for your services.

Anonymous said...

The article in the Leader sounded like the only rescued animals were dogs, this article says cats also. I would think a rescue of both would help with donations. Is it both dogs and cats or just Dogs? Thanks

Anonymous said...

I am 10.41 and did some re-reading and realized that I confused two different entities of animal Rescue! I'm sorry that I didn't know that 2 different rescue programs Existed! I have learned that it is teachers pet rescue who saved dogs. It is the people in Solomons Word who rescue both dogs and cats. I'm sorry if I offended anyone that was not my intention.I'm sure there is a need for both. Cats and dogs both need help. Thank you, all you dedicated people!