Animal Rescue of Tracy is a non-profit group of passionate volunteers trying to make a difference in the lives of abandoned animals throughout our community of Tracy, California. We have so many sweet and affectionate animals in our care that need a new home with a loving family. As a 100% donation and volunteer-dependent organization, there are so many ways you can help. We welcome you to explore our site to learn more about us, our adoptable pets, and how you can help. Here’s to you, animal lover!
To rescue and nurture companion animals with the mission of finding them safe and happy adoptive homes. To create community awareness of the importance of spaying and neutering to avoid overpopulation and reduce the community euthanasia rate.
A Brief History
Animal Rescue of Tracy was founded in 1994 to meet an increasing need for compassionate care for abandoned or mistreated pets. In 2002, Animal Rescue of Tracy became a full-fledged, independent, non-profit rescue. In our existence we have rescued, spayed/neutered, and found homes for more than 1,700 cats and dogs. We rescue animals from the local shelter and work with the public in select abandonment situations.
In 2014, we won Tracy's Best of the Best #1 Animal Adoption organization!
Come Meet Our Pets...
Our adoption center is located at West Valley Mall in Tracy, CA.
Our hours of operation are Saturday 11am - 4pm and Sunday 12pm - 4pm.
Our Adoption Process...
Cats-completed application, contract if approved. Fees range from $75.00 to $100.00. Dogs-completed application,call references, home studies on approved applications. Fees range from $250.00 to $300.00.
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