Mission Statement Founded in 2001, Second Chance Pet Adoptions is a non-profit 501(c)(3) No-Kill animal rescue dedicated to the memory of all animals who were caged, hunted, beaten, tortured, starved, chained, exploited, abandoned or simply ignored.
Our mission is to find a permanent, loving home for each cat and kitten in our care, and to reduce the overpopulation of cats in the community, through an aggressive trap-neuter-return program.
Services We Provide
Medical Costs for stray, abandoned, and abused animals. Many animals given to us are in need of medical treatment. Second Chance pays for necessary tests, treatment and medicines to bring these animals back to good health.
Surgery for animals that require life-saving procedures, from mending broken legs to having delicate eye and ear surgery.
Foster Care - Second Chance recruits families to provide in home care for baby animals until they are old enough to be placed for adoption and for sick animals until they are well.
Dental Costs for animals that have severe problems with their teeth, including abscesses and gum diseases.
Spay/Neuter Costs - in our efforts to prevent unwanted litters, we pay for the spaying and neutering of all of our animals before they are adopted to a new home.
Micro-Chip - Second Chance has each of our animals implanted with a micro-chip to insure their safe return should they get lost.
Trap-Neuter-Return - We provide humane trapping services to individuals and businesses who need help with feral and stay cats. All trapped cats are spayed or neutered, micro-chipped, ear-tipped and given needed veterinary care. The cats are then returned to where they were trapped.
Special Needs Animals - Second Chance assists families who adopt a pet with special on-going medical treatment or medication. We also furnish kitten and puppy formula for abandoned "wee-ones," vitamins or dietary supplements to insure many of these animals are nursed back to good health.
Please join our team to help us continue to provide these important services for the animals in our community.