Cape Cod ACAC

Programs and Services

Lost/Found Pet Help

Is your pet missing?  Did you find a pet outside?  Contact us now to leave a lost or found pet report.

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Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Program For Cats

 The MSPCA offers reduced cost spay and neuter operations for low-income cat owners.

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Pit Pals Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Program for Pit Bulls

Own a Pit Bull terrier?  Do you need help having them spayed/neutered?  See if you qualify for the Pit Pals program for low-income families.

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Food Pantry for Low-Income Families

The Adoption Center has a free food pantry for low-income owners of cats and dogs.  If you are financially unable to purchase food for your pet, please visit the adoption center during our open hours.  Be prepared to leave your contact information and pet information to sign up for the program.  Please have a valid ID with you.  We cannot guarantee we will have your pet's specific food in stock.  If your pet needs a specific brand or type of food (dry vs. canned), please call ahead to check.  Please call the Adoption Center at 508-775-0940 for more information.

We also need donations of dry and canned food for our food pantry (please no expired food or opened bags).  Please contact the Adoption Center to leave a donation.

Seniors for Seniors Cat Adoption Program

Thanks to a generous donor, the adoption center is able to offer reduced adoption fees for cats 9 years and over for senior citizens. All applicants must still go through our normal adoption process.  All cats are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and given flea/worm prevention.  Please call the adoption center at 508-775-0940 for more information.

Volunteer Program

Love animals?  There's nothing more rewarding than volunteering your time caring for homeless animals.  There's lots of opportunities, such as dog walking, caring for cats, and helping with events. 

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Foster Care Program

The Foster Care Program is a life-saving extension of our adoption center, where foster parents provide temporary homes for animals who may be ill, injured, pregnant, nursing, not socialized or too young.

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Furry Affair Fundraiser

Every May, the adoption center hosts the Furry Affair silent auction and dinner fundraiser at the beautiful Wianno Club to raise money for the care of homeless animals.

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Walk for Animals

In September, get ready to walk for the animals!  The day includes fun games, raffles as well as the mile walk along the Hyannis Harbor and Main Street.  Come out with your family and pooch for a fantastic day!