already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Baby Bear's Info...
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Baby Bear's Story...
Baby Bear's Story...
Baby Bear came to the shelter after being found running around in a local park. It took a few days before anyone could catch him because he was so scared, but some patient people eventually lured him to safety using pieces of cheese. Since coming to the shelter, he has come a long way from being the terrified boy he initially was, but he can still be timid with new people and experiences. Once he gets to know you, he is fun loving and wants nothing more to play. He loves jumping in pools of water, playing in mud puddles, and chasing tennis balls. Because of Baby Bear's nervous personality, he would be best in a home without young children. If you have questions, or think you might like to meet him, please call us at 530-894-5630.
The Chico Animal Shelter is owned by the City of Chico and operated by the City of Chico Police Department. We take in all stray dogs found in the incorporated area of the City of Chico. People wishing to surrender their dogs are asked to call the shelter to make an appointment. The shelter does not impound healthy stray cats, including feral or trapped cats. Please see our website for more information about stray cats, and where to surrender owned cats. Although we are an open admission shelter, we follow the state policy that no adoptable animal should be euthanized. To that end, we work with rescue groups, humane societies and other organizations to adopt out animals.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We are open every day at 12:00 Noon until 6:00 PM. The Chico Animal Shelter is located at 2579 Fair Street in Chico, CA.
Our Adoption Process...
Cat adoption fee:$31.50 + Cost of Spay/Neuter (Co-Pay: $15-30) Dog adoption fee: $35.00 + Cost of Spay/Neuter (Co-Pay: $20-50) Small animal adoption fee: $8.00 + Cost of Spay/neuter (Co-Pay: $25-40)
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