We are an all-volunteer, foster-based, certified 501(c)(3) animal rescue organization based in Bay County, Florida. We do not have a physical shelter; therefore we operate primarily through our foster homes, online databases, and adoption events/expos. Because we are a strictly in-home foster-based, no-kill organization, we heartbreakingly cannot take in every animal that needs assistance. Our primary mission is to pull as many of our animals as possible from the open admission shelter in Bay County, Florida, where overcrowding and overpopulation leads to the euthanasia of a great number of animals every year. Our secondary mission is to help control the local animal population by encouraging responsible pet ownership through education with a particular emphasis on the need for spaying and neutering. We are committed to providing the animals that come into CCLAR, Inc. with everything a beloved family pet would receive. Such things include: necessary veterinary care to include medical treatment, vaccinations, and sterilization, bellies full of nutritious food and clean water, and an environment where the foster pet is loved, nurtured, and cared for by our fosters in a way that will build a sound foundation for the foster pet to become an amazing lifelong companion once adopted.
1. Ensure that all your current animals in your home are up-to-date on all general vaccinations. Please be able to provide documentation of each item. 2 .If you rent your home, please provide a copy of your land lord agreement or a letter from your property owner on company letterhead where it states you are able to own an animal. We cannot proceed with processing this application until we receive this documentation. It can be sent via email to [email protected] 3. Please contact your personal references and veterinarian and let them know that a representative from CCLAR will be contacting them in regards to the application and that you consent to the volunteer speaking with the veterinarian office and references. 4. Failure to complete any of the numbered 1-3 steps will prevent the CCLAR from completing your application and will delay the adoption process.