Welcome to CPA!

CPA's primary focus is to provide spay/neuter assistance for cats and dogs.

 

We are a non-profit organization staffed entirely by unpaid volunteers. All donations go directly to help the animals in the community. CPA raises funds through individual donations and by selling a variety of products.

 

CPA has branches in Idaho, and in Ventura County, Palmdale, and Porterville, California.

 

Click on our "How Can You Help?" tab above to see all the ways you can make a difference: volunteer, donate items or

funds, and join CPA!

 

 

All donations are tax deductible and very much appreciated!

   

Here’s the info on Millie.  Thank you so much for promoting Miss Millie.   Below is a link as pet of the week on KABC.  I have a medical records, and if someone would like to speak to me about Millie, please give them my number and ask them to leave a message as I don’t pick up calls from numbers or people I don’t recognize, but will certainly return their call asap.  818 577-5504
 
 
 
Here are some things you should know about me:
  • I’m a very smart girl and I know how to sit and lay down
  • I love to lay in the baby pool with my tennis ball
  • I love to play fetch with my tennis ball, but the amount of exercise I get needs to be restricted.  
  • I love to spend time with the volunteers even if it is just sitting and getting petted
  • I walk nicely on leash but I’m reactive to other dogs and will pull towards them
  • I need to be the only dog  and pet in the house
 
 Since I have been here I have been seen by a  private vet and to be honest, I have a few medical issues.  I  have hip dysplasia in both hips,  arthritic knees and an old ACL injury.   I am not a candidate for hip surgery,  but I will need to take three medications for the rest of my life  (which the Doctor sees no reason why I shouldn’t have a few more good years if I find the right person to take care of me.
 
I need just a few things:
  1. Someone special to love and make me an integrated part of their family 
  2. A warm bed safe and dry inside.  I wold like to be an inside dog, and will definitely need to be inside when it’s cold.
  3. The medications I will need  are;  Gabapentin twice a day;  Carprofen twice a day and Tramadol as needed, usually at bedtime.
  4. 100 count of 300mg of Gabapentin  costs about $20: 100 count of 50mg of Tramadol costs approximately $20;  and 100 count of 100 mg of vetprofen or carprofen which is approximately $60).  
 
If you are one of those rare and wonderful humans who understand how I need care for my issues for the rest of my life, then come and meet me at the Agoura Animal Shelter, 29525 Agoura Rd., Agoura, CA.  Everyone deserves to be well taken care of.  You can be sure I will take care of you too. I know that I’ll give you even more back in return - guaranteed. You’ll see very quickly how lovable I am and that we will enjoy an incredible life together. 
 
 
 
My name is Millie and I’m a 8-year-old  94 pound female German Shepherd. Sadly I can’t tell you much about my past because I came into the shelter as a stray.
 
Here are some things you should know about me:
  • I’m a very smart girl and I know how to sit and lay down
  • I love to lay in the baby pool with my tennis ball
  • I love to play fetch with my tennis ball, but the amount of exercise I get needs to be restricted.  
  • I love to spend time with the volunteers even if it is just sitting and getting petted
  • I walk nicely on leash but I’m reactive to other dogs and will pull towards them
  • I need to be the only dog  and pet in the house
 
 Since I have been here I have been seen by a  private vet and to be honest, I have a few medical issues.  I  have hip dysplasia in both hips,  arthritic knees and an old ACL injury.   I am not a candidate for hip surgery,  but I will need to take three medications for the rest of my life  (which the Doctor sees no reason why I shouldn’t have a few more good years if I find the right person to take care of me.
 
I need just a few things:
  1. Someone special to love and make me an integrated part of their family 
  2. A warm bed safe and dry inside.  I wold like to be an inside dog, and will definitely need to be inside when it’s cold.
  3. The medications I will need  are;  Gabapentin twice a day;  Carprofen twice a day and Tramadol as needed, usually at bedtime.
  4. 100 count of 300mg of Gabapentin  costs about $20: 100 count of 50mg of Tramadol costs approximately $20;  and 100 count of 100 mg of vetprofen or carprofen which is approximately $60).  
 
If you are one of those rare and wonderful humans who understand how I need care for my issues for the rest of my life, then come and meet me at the Agoura Animal Shelter, 29525 Agoura Rd., Agoura, CA.  Everyone deserves to be well taken care of.  You can be sure I will take care of you too. I know that I’ll give you even more back in return - guaranteed. You’ll see very quickly how lovable I am and that we will enjoy an incredible life together. 

    

 

                                                         

Cpa stats

With your donation money, these are the total Spay/Neuters that CPA paid for

~For 2011: 2185

~For 2012: 1676

~For 2013: 1549

~For 2014: 1420

~FOR 2015: 1530

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THE PET OVER POPULATION PROBLEMS

Did you know.....

 

 

5 to 7 million dogs and cats enter animal shelters nationwide every year

 

and 3 to 4 million of them are euthanized!

 

 

 

Why?

 

 

 

Because only 10% of animals received at shelters are spayed or neutered,

 

yet the cost of having an animal spayed or neutered is less than the cost of

 

raising a single pupply or kitten for one year!

 

 

 

One unspayed dog and her unspayed offspring will produce 324 dogs in

 

just 4 years!

 

 

 

One unspayed cat and her unspayed offspring will produce 10,736 cats in

 

just 4 years!

 

 

Read about the health and behavior benefits of spay/neuter here.

 

 

 

 

This is what Concerned People for Animals is all about...reducing

 

overpopulation.

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