ASAP (Animal Shelter Assistance Program)

A 5473 Overpass Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93111 shelter helping to find loving homes for cats.

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Pets at ASAP (Animal Shelter Assistance Program)

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  • Baby
  • Puppy
  • Kitten
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  • Male
  • Female

This shelter hasn't posted any pets that match these criteria.

Areas ASAP (Animal Shelter Assistance Program) Serves

Santa Barbara County

ASAP (Animal Shelter Assistance Program)'s Adoption Process

Fees vary with special adoption events, but our standard adoption fee for an individual adult cat, between the ages of 6 months to 7 years, is $75. An adoption interest form/application and contract must be filled out by all adopters.
No adoptions are approved without visiting the shelter in person. Interest or application for adoption is not a guarantee. Volunteers attempt to match cats with an appropriate home setting/family, and adoptions are not first come, first serve.

About ASAP (Animal Shelter Assistance Program)

The mission of the Animal Shelter Assistance Program (ASAP) is to save the lives of cats in Santa Barbara County by providing shelter, veterinary care, behavioral support, adoption and foster services, education and community outreach.
- In support of the primary goals stated above, ASAP also seeks to:
- Maximize community involvement through volunteerism and outreach.
- Reduce the population of stray, homeless, and feral cats through adoption, spay/neuter and Trap-Neuter-Return programs, redemption, foster care, and educational programs.
- Form strong partnerships with Santa Barbara County Animal Services and other animal welfare groups to promote animal welfare and related causes.

Come Meet ASAP (Animal Shelter Assistance Program)'s Pets

During the Covid-19 outbreak, almost all of our adoptable animals are in foster homes. In most cases it is not possible to visit cats in the shelter.

Make a donation to ASAP (Animal Shelter Assistance Program) to help homeless pets find homes

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