Programs and Services

Rescue Partner Program

We are always in need of rescue groups to partner with us and assist us in reaching our goal of SAVE 90%. Once you become an approved partner, you are able to transfer animals into your organization. We offer free vetting for rescues! (Some restrictions apply).

If you are interested in partnering with us, please complete and application. Once completed, the application and a copy of your organization's 501c3 paperwork can be sent to us by fax, mail or by emailing the documents. You are also welcome to bring the paperwork in person and take a look at our animals!

Rescue Partner Application 

Request a Speaker or Tour Our Facility

Contact us to set up a tour of our facility or request for an informational speaker to come to you! Fill out an application and/or email us to set up your tour or speaker.

TNVR (Trap Neuter Vaccinate Release) Program

Help stop cat overpopulation in the community by participating in the SNIP TNVR program.

Low Income Spay/Neuter Program

Prevent pet overpopulation by utilizing the SNIP Low Income Spay/Neuter Program. 

Pets for Patriots Program

Are you a veteran looking to add a pet to your family? Check out the link above to see how you can gain assistance with your new pets needs.

Licensing

Help ensure your pet can find its way home! 

Pet Food Bank

PCAS offers basic supplies for struggling pet owners. (Supplies may be limited) 

Enforcement

Ensuring compliance with county code and ordinance in the community. 

24 Hour Emergency Services

Assisting the community with after hours emergent animal related issues.

Stray Intakes

PCAS only accepts animals residing in Pasco County. Cats must meet specific criteria. 

Hoarding Task Force

Assisting community residents who have become overwhelmed by the amount of animals in their care.

Owner Requested Euthanasia

Humane euthanasia services for the pets of Pasco County residents.