West Coast Dog and Cat Rescue
Dog adoption and cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog or adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
P.O. Box 72401
Springfield, OR 97475
Pets at Our Rescue Group:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:Eugene/Springfield and surrounding areas
About Our Rescue Group:WCDC is dedicated to reducing the number of animals euthanized in our community by offering temporary housing in our adoption facility within both Petsmarts and in foster homes until they can be placed through our adoption process. Our belief is that through education we will be able to help eliminate the need to euthanize animals due to lack of space in existing county shelters and humane societies. WCDC works with humane societies, other animal rescue groups, the public and government animal services agencies to offer them relief from their overpopulation problem. All animals in our custody receive the medical care they need. WCDC is a non-profit organization. All money raised is used to helpWCDC save as many animal lives as possible.
Come Meet our Pets:Our cats can be seen at Petsmart on Chad Drive and on Willamette St seven days a week during normal business hours. We do have adoption counselors available on weekends or by appointment or from 11-4pm Sat.-Sun.
Our dogs are housed in foster families and can be met by appointment during the week or at Petsmart and/or Wags Dog Emporium on the Weekends.
Our Adoption Process:All potential adopters are required to complete our application and contract. Our contract stipulates the requirements for care of our pets. These documents are available through e-mail or at our adoption events. The documents are reviewed by our staff and together with a face to face interview we explore the potential new home. If all parties agree to the specifics of the contract the dog or cat can go home. Adoption fee varies with age of pet.
All pets are current on vaccinations, health checked by our veterinarian, De-wormed, treated with flea medication, spayed or neutered, and cats are felv/fiv tested.