Animal Protective League

Wednesday, August 24, 2016


Welcome to APL. We are committed to caring for sick, injured, abused and abandoned dogs and cats… and finding the best possible permanent homes for them. There are several different links on different pages which will aid you in learning more about our awesome adoptable animals…as well as our shelter, volunteer opportunities, humane investigations, community programs and events…check out all of our pages, and come back often! Scroll down for current APL news, needs and activities.





Hi, my name is Mocha. I am a 5-year-old chocolate Lab mix. I am an active, energetic girl. I love to run and play! I love my people very much, but I am a bit particular about the type of home I would like to have. I don't get along well with other dogs, so I would like to be the only dog. And small children stress me out, so I would prefer a home with teenagers or adults. I know that's a lot to ask, but if you have the right home for me, please come meet me at the APL, any day from noon to 5 p.m.!


Hello, my name is Bella. I am a 6-year-old girl cat (I know, the mustache throws people off!) I have been a bit shy and scared of people my whole life, but just recently I've decided they aren't that bad! I do appreciate some nice cuddles and pets. I would prefer a quiet home where I can relax with my people and maybe some other cats. I have FIV, which means I need to be in a home as the only cat or only with other FIV cats. Come meet me at the APL!





 Adoptions Every Day!


 12-5pm at the shelter. 
Off-site adoptions held 
every weekend.


Adoption Schedule


 Want To Adopt?

 Your first step to finding your forever friend, is to fill out
our adoption survey.

 Adoption Survey


Looking For A Kitten?


  Check our list of available kittens looking for their forever homes.


                                           Available Kitten List


Map to Shelter                             Wish List

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