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NACA Appointment-based Intake Question and Answer

Q: Why did NACA write and share this statement?A: We know that many pets who enter shelters could have been helped in other ways - through pet support services, proactive return-to-home programs, TNR/SNR, etc. Reducing shelter intake by helping solve pet-related...

Humane Highlight – Chris Meyer

Chris Meyer Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Animal Care & Control Division Chris is an enforcement Officer for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Animal Care & Control Division. He has been in this position for two years. During this period, he...

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NACA Statement on Officer Safety

In this challenging time, we are deeply concerned for the safety of animal control officers around the nation, who continue their work of saving lives and protecting pets and people. Despite the varying situations happening in many of our cities, we want you to know we are with you and thinking of you during this troubling time. We are here for you. Please be safe out there!

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Have you checked out the NACA Career Center lately? Featured JOB: KC Pet Project - Chief of Animal Services!! Do you want to work for one of the most progressive and innovative lifesaving animal welfare organizations in the country? Kansas City Pet Project is hiring for a Chief of Animal Services to lead our Animal Services Division here in Kansas City, Missouri (population of 508,000 residents). We are searching for an experienced leader with a vision who will embrace our organization’s "Solutions - Not Excuses" motto. Work in collaboration with the President/CEO and KC Pet Project’s leadership team to ensure the Animal Services Division provides progressive, humane, and community-centered animal services to the residents of Kansas City. See more on our careers page: www.nacanet.org/career-center-job-board/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Be sure to swing by the NACA booth to say hi and grab some swag if you are headed to the Spring Conference for Animal Welfare Advancement! #AAWA June 15-17 in Chicago. There will be four tracks! •Fundraising•Management & Governance•Resilient & Thriving Workforces•Shelter Medicine & Public HealthStill time to register: theaawa.org/event/spring22 ... See MoreSee Less
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NACA is honored to have collaborated with all the state, regional, tribal and national organizations coming together this week at the National Alliance of State Animal and Agricultural Emergency Programs Summit 2022 to discuss planning, preparations, and response to efforts to the nation's worst disasters involving animals. As the incidents increase, so does the need for collaboration and cohesion during times of disaster. With disaster season already in full swing in some parts of the country, the time is now to ensure you, your communities and your agencies are prepared! Lots of great resources are available through the NACA disaster portal and more are added daily. Need more information or have specific questions, let us know! www.nacanet.org/disaster-portal/ ... See MoreSee Less
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