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The Bakersfield SPCA, an independent, non-profit organization founded in 1949, advocates the general welfare and humane treatment of animals through shelter, prevention of pet overpopulation and adoption.
Animal Services' shelter, located at 3951 Fruitvale Avenue in Bakersfield
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Cullen said he believes that's happening because Bakersfield and the communities of Kern County have begun to change their mind about shelter animals. a life” and adopt a cat or dog at Kern County Animal Shelter in Bakersfield by Sept
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The Animal Services Shelters are managed by the Shelter Supervisor who supervises employees at the Bakersfield and Mojave shelters. Staff at the shelters includes two Senior Animal Care Workers, Animal Care Workers, and office staff.KCAS manages two animal shelters. The largest shelter is located at 3951 Fruitvale Avenue in Bakersfield. The other shelter is located at 923 Poole Street, at the Mojave Airport, in Mojave. Both shelters are able to house and care for dogs and cats. In addition, both shelters can accommodate other animals; occasionally, larger domestic animals enter the shelter such as horses, goats, sheep and pigs as well as more exotic pets such as birds, lizards, and rabbits.Offers vouchers for cats and dogs on a limited basis to low-income families living in the unincorporated areas of Kern County. Persons interested in a voucher will first need to complete an application available at Kern County Animal Services’ shelter, located at 3951 Fruitvale Avenue in Bakersfield.The note, seen on multiple social media outlets, urges people to go to help “save a life” and adopt a cat or dog at Kern County Animal Shelter in Bakersfield by Sept. 30. But the note falsely claims that if these animals aren’t adopted, they will be put down.The City of Bakersfield has $40 vouchers only for dogs. You must make an appointment at Critters Without Litters, then go to the shelter at 201 S. Mt. Vernon, Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm. Vouchers can also be obtained by going to the BPD Animal Control office at City Hall South, 1501 Truxtun Avenue, Second Floor, #339, Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. The City also distributes vouchers at its monthly licensing clinics.BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Every year, millions of animals are killed inside animal shelters across the country and the County Director of Kern County Animal Services in Bakersfield wants to end the euthanasia.The event is being hosted by a variety of shelters here in Kern County including No Kill Kern, Kern County Animal Services, Bakersfield SPCA, Have a Heart Humane Society and City of Bakersfield Animal Care Center.Two dogs at the City of Bakersfield Animal Care Center appear to want to be picked for a new home. Their chances seem to be better as euthanasia of animals at Kern shelters has dropped significantly over the years. Columnist Lois Henry hopes the positive momentum toward reducing animal overpopulation locally will continue in 2017.