The A.n.n.a. Shelter, Inc - Erie Pet Shelter

The A.n.n.a. Shelter, Inc

The Association for Needy and Neglected Animals, Inc. (The A.N.N.A. Shelter) is a non-profit, no kill, open admission animal welfare organization founded by Ruth Thompson in June 2004.

  • Shelter Address
  • 1555 East 10th Street
    Erie, PA 16511
  • Phone
  • (814) 451-0230
  • Contact Name
  • Ruth Thompson-Carroll
  • Website
  • Pet types
  • Dogs/Cats/Horses/Small Animals
  • Location served

Adoption Process

You must be at least 21 years of age in order to be considered as a potential adopter! You are applying for a minimum commitment of 10-15 years when you adopt a pet. Be sure you are willing and able to make the investment in time, finances, and training (average $1,000 annually) to properly care and maintain your new pet! If you own your own home, proof of home ownership will be required ( a copy of your deed, mortgage statement or property tax form are all acceptable forms of proof). If you rent/rent to own we will need the contact information for the property owner in order to verify that you are allowed to have a pet on the property. Please talk to your landlord about adopting as there may be breed and size restrictions that may apply. Proof of income will be required to ensure financial stability! We DO allow out of the area adoptions - however everyone living in the home as well as any dogs must come to the shelter to meet with the animal of interest to process your adoption! You will be required to provide us with proof of home ownership if you own your home - a copy of your deed, mortgage statement, or property tax form are all acceptable. We do not take deposits and/or put holds on the animals available for adoption and we do not ship our pets - adoption requires a face to face interview with a member of our staff and your personal interaction with the animal. There are no exceptions to this rule! A 24 hour meet and greet hold can potentially be placed on an animal of interest as long as your application has been pre-approved and there are no other applications pending on that specific animal (this hold only applies to out of area adopters and may exclude puppy adoptions)!! Everyone including ALL children (if any) present in the home will be required to come in to meet with the animal of interest. Adoptions are based on the best possible fit for the new owner and animal. Adoptions are never done on a "first come/first serve basis". Your application may be approved or denied for any reason as we are trying to find the best fit possible in choosing lifelong homes. All of our animals are spayed/neutered and up to date on their vaccinations. Basic Exams and Veterinary Care is provided for all animals in our care. A "Meet and Greet" is required if you have other pets in your home (dogs only). All pets in the home must be Spayed/Neutered and up to date on at least their Rabies vaccines in order to be considered to adopt! It is HIGHLY recommended that your dog/s also be up to date on the Distemper Vaccination as well as a Bordetella ( Kennel Cough) Vaccination in order to help prevent them from contracting kennel cough as it is an airborne virus that is prominent here at the shelter. It is also HIGHLY recommended that any cats in the home be up to date on their FVRCP Vaccination. Please consult with your Veterinarian and/or call the shelter if you have questions. We do not refund adoption fees or reimburse for expenses. Any expenses related to owning a pet are solely the responsibility of the new owner beginning when the animal leaves the shelter. This includes, but is not limited to adequate food, shelter, and veterinary care.

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