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Crescent City Animal Rescue

target United States, California, Antelope 95843

CCAR was founded to provide adoption and rescue services. They emphasize responsible pet ownership and they encourage adopters to be open minded about natural methods of feeding and raising animals. All cats they place leave with a natural care kit and a month’s supply of raw meat diet. CCAR has professional accreditation to be able to assist law enforcement and animal control agencies with state Animal Cruelty Regulations.

  • 3304 Esterbrook Way
    Antelope, CA 95843
  • 707-951-2748

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At Crescent City Animal Rescue, it is important that prospective homes and volunteers be open minded to learn about more holistic and natural methods of feeding and caring for the cats we all love. This is a raw feeding friendly rescue organization. All cats adopted, leave our rescue with a natural care kit and informational package and a month's supply of natural food.
 
CCAR was founded in order to provide pet rescue and adoption services and promote responsible pet ownership. CCAR serves all of North America but focuses on the Northwest regions.
 
CCAR is able to assist law enforcement and animal control agencies with implementation of the California State Animal Cruelty Regulations. With training from the American Humane Association, CCAR has professional accreditation achieved from participating in and passing Humane Officer Academy Basic Training as well as Advanced Academy. This includes certification in Illegal Animal Fighting investigations.
 
CCAR diligently focuses on finding homes for pets in need and aiding those in danger or abuse and neglect. CCAR works to help owners have access to more affordable veterinary services with emphasis on spay and neuter. CCAR believes in creating a no-kill nation in which no adoptable or medically treatable animals are put to sleep. This "no-kill" philosophy includes feral, unowned and free roaming cats.

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Crescent City Animal Rescue

Main Location: United States, California, Antelope

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