Our mission is to advocate for animals by providing safety until home placement of those in our care. We promote spay and neuter programs as a means to control pet overpopulation and continually strive to be the leading community resource for education on proper animal welfare.
We adopted Simba in April 2018 and can’t imagine our lives without him! He brings us so much joy. Whether …
We adopted Monty (formerly known as Almond) back in October 2013. As soon as my husband and I saw her …
Thanking the many schools, Boy Scout and Girl Scout Troops, and individuals that make such great efforts for us and collect donations! Please take a look at some amazing kids. If you are under 18 years old and looking for other ways to help the shelter, please click here for some ideas.
We always have a long shopping list at the Shelter! Donated items can be dropped off at the shelter located at 56 Broad Street in Quincy during adoption hours and left with any of our Volunteers or shipped directly to us from Amazon. Check out our wish list!
We always try to foster kittens out/away from the shelter. We are always looking for Foster Care Volunteers. It is usually a 5 to 8 week period. We provide food, litter, and medical care. We also take care of the adoptions. All you need is a separate area from your own animals and some TLC.
Your tax-deductible donation can continue to support QAS mission, goals, and objectives.Continue