The Carolina Animal Protection Society of Onslow County is on a mission - to save any abused, neglected, unwanted, ageing, sick, hungry or homeless pets from the street or an unsafe environment and nurse them back to health, socialize them, love them and care for them like they were their own.
Once the pets that enter the Society are healthy, the staff will take all the time that is necessary to find every pet their perfect forever family. Have you been thinking about adopting a little furry friend? Do you have questions or concerns? The staff at Caroline Animal Protection Society of Onslow County will be more than happy to answer those questions, calm your fears and educate you on the responsibilities and joys of becoming a pet parent.
You can view the adoptable pets on their website or at adoption events held throughout the year. The staff here wants to stress that a pet is not a present; it is a lifetime commitment! It is a living, breathing, feeling soul that relies on his person for food, love and security. If you are willing to give a second chance to an animal that truly has earned it, please come by today and meet the furry love of your life!
CAPS also has many community outreach programs like low-cost shot clinics and spay/neuter clinics. If your dog or cat isn't spayed or neutered and you have questions about the procedure itself, contact CAPS. They are advocates for spaying and neutering all pets to not only keep the animal population down but to drastically cut that pets risk of developing uterine or testicular cancers and other life-threatening diseases later in life.
If you are not in the market to adopt right now, there are other ways an animal lover, like yourself, can help. Do you have any spare time that you can donate to work at the facility? The staff are always searching for dedicated and caring volunteers to walk the dogs, do some cleaning, work in the office, help with fundraisers, transport the animals and so much more. Are you a member of an organization that needs a charitable cause? CAPS hopes you will consider making a one time, weekly or monthly commitment to them to help out. Doing good feels good! Come on down and feel for yourself!
If you do not have any time to spare right now, you could also consider either making a monetary donation to assist with the operation of CAPS and its many community outreach programs or donating items on CAPS' wish list - like quality food, bedding, medications, cleaning supplies, boxes of copy paper, gift cards for supplies or gas, treats or toys. Did you know your donation is tax-deductible? Did you lose a furry friend recently? CAPS would consider it an honor to accept a donation in their memory. At CAPS, they know our pets are our family.
If you are interested in adopting, volunteering, fostering or donating, please contact CAPS as soon as possible!