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Animal Control Intake of Healthy Wildlife

Animal Control Intake of Healthy Wildlife It is the position of NACA that picking up, accepting, impounding or destroying healthy and treatable wildlife is a misuse of officer time and public funds and is not consistent with the humane mission of animal welfare...

Animal Control Intake of Free-Roaming Cats

Animal Control Intake of Free-Roaming Cats It is the position [policy] of the National Animal Care & Control Association that, at every opportunity, officers should [will] work to educate the public regarding humane and responsible co-existence and care of pet and...

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Start of Animal Care & Control Appreciation Week- THANK YOU!

Start of Animal Care & Control Appreciation Week- THANK YOU!

Animal care and control officers are first responders who are endowed with a unique opportunity: not only do these hardworking people tirelessly protect the welfare of helpless animals that endure injury, disease, abuse, and starvation, but they also protect the people in their communities by enforcing animal control laws, preventing the spread of disease, educating the public on proper pet care.

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Happy ACO Appreciation Monday to you all! Next up, we hear from the current NACA Board of Director's Secretary, Audra Michael, with a shoutout to all those amazing individuals working hard every day! Thank you again to all ACOs, APOs, AEOs, etc. who are absolutely crushing it on the streets for the people and pets that need them! ... See MoreSee Less
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Animal Control Officer Appreciation Week is officially here! And what a better way to kick it off, than a special montage from the NACA Board of Director's Treasurer, Adam Leath and the amazing work he gets to see animal control officers accomplishing every day. Each day this week, we will be featuring a different member of our Board of Director's showcasing and discussing what animal control officers truly mean to them. We encourage you to interact with the posts and share your amazing stories, photos, memories and accomplishments of special animal control officers in your lives. Thank you to all the brave animal control officers who put their lives on the line every day to help the people and animals in our communities. We could not do it without you!youtu.be/38KZvZnyaps ... See MoreSee Less
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Donna H Bourget
RENEE LANCASTER owner of Rotts of friends animal rescue never scanned CHACHI for a chip which is PROTOCOL when owner seen CHACHI on her page she immediately messaged them and they would not give CHACHI back messages in comments RENEE LANCASTER GIVE CHACHI BACK she threatens people with her lawyer and calls owners names such as FU**TARDS which we have recorded if anybody else knows ANYTHING ABOUT HER PM ME YOU CAN REMAIN ANONYMOUS SUCH AS HER MILE WALK SHE TAKES THE DOGS ON RENEE YOU WANT TO EXPLAIN THAT ONE BECAUSE I WILL GET WRITTEN AFFIDAVITS ... See MoreSee Less
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