Our Mission Statement
Welcome to CAPS!
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Nora thought she found her
happy-ever-after three times. The
first two times she was nothing
more than a "rent a pet" while the
families were here and the third
time after 6 years it was decided
she wasn't wanted - may be it was
because she was old.
CAPS
5894 Pasture Road
PO Box 5128
Fallon, NV  89407
775-423-7500
caps@cccomm.net
Office Hours
Tuesday, Wednesday,
Friday Saturday, 10 - 2
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Facebook!
Our 500th fan on
Facebook will
receive a free CAPS
hooded sweatshirt!
Pro Plan Rally to
Rescue Facebook
Dogs/cats rescued: 2700+; dogs/cats adopted:  
Dogs/Cats spayed or neutered through our SNAPs program: 1900+
Check out our Facebook page
here!
Site Updated April 5, 2014
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.

The 2014 Happy Endings calendar is the best calendar we have published since we started
in 2006. You can see by the cover how great the pet pictures are through out the calendar.
Remember, our calendar is the only calendar that benefits the dogs and cats in Churchill
County.

Click
here to see some of the great pet portraits Kim Lamb has taken for the calendar and
how beautiful the picture grids came out.
Max is a STAR!!! His person sent a picture of Max dressed up like a lion and guess what? Nope,
he is not an understudy for the cowardly lion in a production of the Wizard of Oz. He was
featured in his own poster for Pro Plan Rally to Rescue program. We are so proud.
To see the gallery of pictures from Max's happy-ever-after click here.