Our Mission Statement
Welcome to CAPS!
Bart is the cat for you if you are
lonely or just want someone to
share your opinions that is willing
to share his (believe you me he is
a talker). Bart asked that his
picture stay up because he is still
looking for his happy-ever-after.
5894 Pasture Road
PO Box 5128
Fallon, NV  89407
Office Hours
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
Saturday, 10 - 2
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Dogs/cats rescued: 2700+; dogs/cats adopted:  
Dogs/Cats spayed or neutered through our SNAPs program: 2000+
Check out our Facebook page
Site Updated February 23, 2015
There are some new affiliate partners that are donating proceeds from their sales back to CAPS. Check
out the
Helpful Links page, scroll down to the links for Plum Cares and Pet ID for Me. Plum Cares will
donate 25% of purchases back to CAPS while Pet ID for Me will donate $5 of every tag purchased back
to CAPS.
Our mission is to find permanent, caring homes for the cats and dogs
in our care, to reduce the number of unwanted litters by educating the
residents of Churchill County on the importance and benefits of
spaying and neutering, to rescue adoptable cats and dogs from Fallon
Animal Control, and to educate the public on companion animal
welfare issues and alternatives to cat and dog surrender.

To see our happy endings
click here.
We were thrilled to learn that another of our happy-ever-after were featured on the Pro Plan
Rally to Rescue facebook page. This is Quake with her significant other. Their picture
reminds us of the old-time portraits where everyone was so serious and never smiled. Are
they too cute, or what!!!!
CAPS doesn't share, trade, and/or sell
our mailing lists to any other entity,
shelter, rescue, business, etc.
2013 990 Tax Information
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Doogie, aka Digger, is famous. He was the Rescue Pet of the Week for ProPlan Rally to
Rescue website. We are happy to say that he now lives a hop-skip-and-a-jump from Lake
We are over the moon with the monies we received from a grant to remodel
our inside kennels. The first 8 kennels now have cinder block instead of
chain link dividing the kennels. Hopefully, we will get pictures as soon as we