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1700 North 200 West
Angola, IN 46703



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Did you know that we collect aluminum cans???  One way you can help our shelter is to drop your aluminum cans in the dumpster located in our parking lot. (24 hours a day, 7 days a week)  We receive a monthly contribution from Omni Source for the cans we receive.  Not only are you helping the environment, but you are making a big difference to our Shelter.

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Want to know more about the importance of spaying or neutering your pet, as well as other animal related information and issues?  Visit the Spay Neuter Services of Indiana website.  Sign up for their newsletter also.  www.spayneuterservices.org






Red Barn!

If you happen to drive by the location of our new Shelter on CR 200 N, you will see that the barn is being resided.  When complete, it will be surround in a beautiful red metal exterior and at a later date, a freshly painted white roof!  Stop by and take a look!


Barn Remodel

Barn Remodel


Featured Pets


As a six month old puppy, King was brought into a different shelter. He lived in a cage at the other shelter for a year. King was getting no interest there, so we agreed to give him a chance here. King is an amazing dog. He is around a year and a half old, meaning he still has lots of love to give for several more years to come. King is believed to be a Mountain Cur. He is an extremely intelligent dog who has great manners. Even while other dogs bark, King stays quiet. He is up to date on his shots, neutered, and ready for his new home.
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Chevy has been here at the shelter twice now. He first came in, because he did not get along with another cat in his past home. So, we tried to find him a home without other cats. Someone did fall in love with Chevy and decided he would make a fantastic barn cat. However, things didn’t go as planned. Chevy wondered off and actually got lost. Chevy was found skin and bones. He was very dirty. To be honest, we didn’t even realize it was Chevy for the first few days. Now that he’s feeling better, he looks like Chevy again. He is a chunky cat, and still prefers to be the only cat. The shelter is a stressful place for Chevy since we have so many other cats. Chevy needs a home that can give him some one on one time. He will make a great cat in the right home. Please come give Chevy the second chance he deserves.

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Upcoming Events

Stop in and visit us at the:
PetSmart Adoption Event

Saturday Dec. 5, 2015
10035 Lima Rd. Fort Wayne
10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Stop in and see who you fall in love with!

If you would like to be pre-approved, please complete the application below before the event.

Apply here


H.O.P.E for Animals Spay/Neuter Clinic

Next Spay/Neuter Clinic:
Steuben County

Novembers transport is full.

Monday, December 21st, 2015.  Animal drop off between 4:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. at the Shelter.  Transported to H.O.P.E same day.

Surgery date: Tuesday, December 22nd and animals returned to Shelter same day for pickup at 4:45 p.m.

Space on the transports fill quickly so come in and register for the transports as soon as possible.  Stop in or call the Shelter for details. 260-833-2877

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