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Adoption process
1.

Interview

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

4.

Pay Fee

5.

Take the Pet Home

6.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Interview

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

4.

Pay Fee

5.

Take the Pet Home

6.

Take the Pet Home

Adoption application
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Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Mediumhair
Color
Orange or Red
Age
Kitten
Sex
Male
Pet ID
ASC-A-50226
Hair Length
Shelter

Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley

Contact info
Pet ID
ASC-A-50226
Contact
Address
Las Cruces, NM 88012
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Interview

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

4.

Pay Fee

5.

Take the Pet Home

6.

Take the Pet Home

You are able to take your new family member home!

Additional adoption info

To help stop the spread of COVID-19 between geographic areas, the ASCMV will only be adopting to individuals who live in Doña Ana County, El Paso County, Otero County, Sierra County, and Luna County. We encourage those wanting to adopt or foster shelter animals to stay in their county of residence and to contact their local animal shelter. For questions regarding our current policies please visit: CURRENT POLICIES AT ASCMV.org. COVID-19 LIMITATIONS – Animal control will only bring emergency cases to the center, such as cruelty cases or injured and/or sick animals – Accepting only sick or injured owner-surrendered animals – Emergency health appointments from adopted or fostered animals only – Reducing on-hand staff, allowing more to work remotely. Limited access to the ASCMV Prior to arrival, citizens interested in adopting MUST HAVE PRE-SELECTED the animal from our website, https://ascmv.org/adoptions/ Citizens looking for a missing pet must find their animal on our website prior to coming to the center. https://ascmv.org/lost-found-information/ For all appointments, please call the ASCMV at 382-0018, 8:00am to 5:00 pm Sunday to Saturday. We are temporarily suspending in-person license sales, please call the ASCMV at 382-0018 and your license will be mailed. Found a stray animal? The ASCMV is currently not accepting healthy, non-aggressive stray animals. Please visit our resources page for ideas to find the owner. Owner surrender? The ASCMV is not currently accepting healthy, non-aggressive owned animals. Please visit our resources page for other options.
To help stop the spread of COVID-19 between geographic areas, the ASCMV will only be adopting to individuals who live in Doña Ana County, El Paso County, Otero County, Sierra County, and Luna County. We encourage those wanting to adopt or foster shelter animals to stay in their county of residence and to contact their local animal shelter. For questions regarding our current policies please visit: CURRENT POLICIES AT ASCMV.org. COVID-19 LIMITATIONS – Animal control will only bring emergency cases to the center, such as cruelty cases or injured and/or sick animals – Accepting only sick or injured owner-surrendered animals – Emergency health appointments from adopted or fostered animals only – Reducing on-hand staff, allowing more to work remotely. Limited access to the ASCMV Prior to arrival, citizens interested in adopting MUST HAVE PRE-SELECTED the animal from our website, https://ascmv.org/adoptions/ Citizens looking for a missing pet must find their animal on our website prior to coming to the center. https://ascmv.org/lost-found-information/ For all appointments, please call the ASCMV at 382-0018, 8:00am to 5:00 pm Sunday to Saturday. We are temporarily suspending in-person license sales, please call the ASCMV at 382-0018 and your license will be mailed. Found a stray animal? The ASCMV is currently not accepting healthy, non-aggressive stray animals. Please visit our resources page for ideas to find the owner. Owner surrender? The ASCMV is not currently accepting healthy, non-aggressive owned animals. Please visit our resources page for other options.

Go meet their pets

Adoptions Save a life and show a pet in need the love they deserve by adopting. $25 ADOPTIONS AT THE ASCMV Please browse our adoptable animals online to find the pet you would like to adopt or foster, then call the ASCMV at 382-0018 with the animal’s ID number to schedule your appointment. https://ascmv.org/adoptions/ Limited access to the ASCMV Prior to arrival, citizens interested in adopting MUST HAVE PRE-SELECTED the animal from our website, https://ascmv.org/adoptions/ Adoption fee includes: Spay/neuter surgery Age-appropriate vaccinations Microchip with national registration through Pet Link License for 1 year Heartworm test (dogs are dependent on age)
Adoptions Save a life and show a pet in need the love they deserve by adopting. $25 ADOPTIONS AT THE ASCMV Please browse our adoptable animals online to find the pet you would like to adopt or foster, then call the ASCMV at 382-0018 with the animal’s ID number to schedule your appointment. https://ascmv.org/adoptions/ Limited access to the ASCMV Prior to arrival, citizens interested in adopting MUST HAVE PRE-SELECTED the animal from our website, https://ascmv.org/adoptions/ Adoption fee includes: Spay/neuter surgery Age-appropriate vaccinations Microchip with national registration through Pet Link License for 1 year Heartworm test (dogs are dependent on age)

More about this shelter

The Animal Service Center of the Mesilla Valley (ASCMV) is the only open-admission municipal animal shelter in the city and county, and is an extremely high-intake shelter compared to similarly sized locations. In 2016, ASCMV received nearly 10,000 animals! The ASCMV is a progressive animal-service center that provides the public with the ability to reclaim lost animals and relinquish strays. The organization offers, microchips, city and county pet licenses, and also sponsors local adoption events at a variety of venues. The ASCMV’s service area is currently the City of Las Cruces and the unincorporated portions of the County of Doña Ana. The ASCMV is led by a Chief Executive Officer (a.k.a. Executive Director). The authority and direction of the Executive Director is implemented by public employees hired by the Executive Director to operate the ASCMV. The City of Las Cruces is the fiscal agent for ASCMV. The ASCMV is a public agency separate from the city and county. The Animal Service Center of the Mesilla Valley (ASCMV) was created under a Joint Powers Agreement between the City of Las Cruces and the County of Doña Ana in August 2008. This agreement establishes a mechanism for financing, operating, and maintaining a regional animal shelter and related facilities. The agreement mandates the following in regards to the operations of the ASCMV Bylaws and Procedures. The Mission of the Animal Service Center of the Mesilla Valley is to provide safe shelter for all lost, mistreated, and abandoned animals of the Mesilla Valley and surrounding communities. The ASCMV utilizes all avenues available to it in placing each animal into a safe, loving, and permanent home whenever possible. We strive to meet the highest standards of humane animal care and husbandry, and to promote responsible pet ownership through public education and outreach .
The Animal Service Center of the Mesilla Valley (ASCMV) is the only open-admission municipal animal shelter in the city and county, and is an extremely high-intake shelter compared to similarly sized locations. In 2016, ASCMV received nearly 10,000 animals! The ASCMV is a progressive animal-service center that provides the public with the ability to reclaim lost animals and relinquish strays. The organization offers, microchips, city and county pet licenses, and also sponsors local adoption events at a variety of venues. The ASCMV’s service area is currently the City of Las Cruces and the unincorporated portions of the County of Doña Ana. The ASCMV is led by a Chief Executive Officer (a.k.a. Executive Director). The authority and direction of the Executive Director is implemented by public employees hired by the Executive Director to operate the ASCMV. The City of Las Cruces is the fiscal agent for ASCMV. The ASCMV is a public agency separate from the city and county. The Animal Service Center of the Mesilla Valley (ASCMV) was created under a Joint Powers Agreement between the City of Las Cruces and the County of Doña Ana in August 2008. This agreement establishes a mechanism for financing, operating, and maintaining a regional animal shelter and related facilities. The agreement mandates the following in regards to the operations of the ASCMV Bylaws and Procedures. The Mission of the Animal Service Center of the Mesilla Valley is to provide safe shelter for all lost, mistreated, and abandoned animals of the Mesilla Valley and surrounding communities. The ASCMV utilizes all avenues available to it in placing each animal into a safe, loving, and permanent home whenever possible. We strive to meet the highest standards of humane animal care and husbandry, and to promote responsible pet ownership through public education and outreach .