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Wags and Whiskers Rescue held its annual open house Saturday, welcoming the public to tour the no-kill facility and take home a new pet. The nonprofit was founded in 2011 and rescues dogs and cats slated to be put down from shelters statewide. The volunteer group, which moved its headquarters to the old Stanislaus County animal shelter facility on Finch Road in Modesto two years ago, has more than 100 animals available for adoption.
Animal Services Executive Director Annette Patton responded to a flap this week over euthanized dogs pictured on Facebook by inviting reporters to the regional animal shelter on Cornucopia Way in Modesto.
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There are too many stray cats in my neighborhood can you pick them up and take them? These cats are referred to as community cats. It is up to the neighborhood to help control the population. If you live in the jurisdiction of Stanislaus Animal Services (Modesto, Ceres, Hughson, Patterson, Waterford, or with a County address in an unincorporated area) Cats over 4 pounds can be taken to the shelter on Cornucopia Way in Modesto where if healthy will be spayed/neutered, vaccinated and ear-tipped and returned to their native environment to live without reproducing. Residents in these areas are responsible for trapping and getting cats to the shelter to participate in this program.Starting Friday, people who own pit bulls or Chihuahuas in the 95307, 95351, 95354 and 95358 ZIP codes of Modesto and Ceres can take their animals to the shelter at 3647 Cornucopia Way to receive a free spay or neuter certificate, a rabies vaccination and free license. Those ZIP codes and breeds were targeted because of the large number of those animals brought to the shelter from those areas.The Stanislaus Animal Services Agency serving the county, Modesto, Ceres, Patterson, Hughson and Waterford is not a “no kill” shelter. A percentage of the animals brought there are euthanized, some of them injured, sick, aged or in pain, Patton said.Sue Matthews of Modesto arrived at the shelter Tuesday with a hound-mix dog she found near her home on Sunday. Matthews said she plans to give the dog to a “no-kill” animal rescue organization if the dog’s owner isn’t found.