Spurred on by an increased demand for our services, the need for more space and the fact that our old location was leased, CAP undertook a capital campaign in 2006 to build our first permanent home - the Jane Cizik Center. Thanks to many generous donors, hardworking volunteers, staff and PBK architects, we completed the new facility and opened our doors for the first adoptions at the Cizik Center in January 2011.
In addition to sheltering and adoption services, the new shelter has enabled CAP to expand our other programs, such as humane education, rescuing animals and providing foster care for special needs animals. We now have an Education and Volunteer Center and are conducting volunteer orientations, dog training classes, and providing community outreach services.
There are still opportunities for you and your loved ones, two or four legged, to be part of CAP’s new home. Please consider inscribing a brick or paver today. Your gift will help us maintain CAP’s standards of excellence in animal care and will be a lasting tribute to your love of animals.