REX

Rex is a mixed breed weighing 109 pounds. He is a nice boy, is a little kennel reactive, no small kids, okay with all animals even cats and chickens. He is a mellow boy that enjoys going for walks, playing in the water, and being groomed. Rex is house broken, and doesn't mind car rides.
SPIKE

Spike is a young boy weighing 63 pounds. He is a happy boy that doesn't like to be alone. He seems to be okay with some dogs, unsure about cats, and kids 8 and older are fine. Spike loves to go on long walks, or just following you around while your doing your daily stuff.

 
Camilia

Like my different colors in my coat so can my temperament be. I am a quiet gal and enjoy giving and receiving affection on my terms. I would need to be the only pet in the household and would need assistance from time to time on my grooming to keep my coat looking beautiful. Children over the age of 12 are fine. My lifestyle is indoor/outdoor with weather permitting.
 
Gremlin 

My nature is relaxed, gentle, and friendly to visitors. Not sure about other cats or dogs. Children are fine over the age of 8. My lifestyle is indoor/outdoor with weather permitting. Love giving and receiving affection!! For a guy my manners in the bathroom are excellent.

DOODLEBUG
My name is Doodle Bug. I am about 7 years old, weigh 16 pounds and cute as a BUG! I am not sure how I am with other dogs, so a meet and greet would be nice. Also, not sure about cats. Young kids might be too much for me, so I prefer kids on the older side. I love attention and am seeking am home where I get lots of it. I don't need a lot of exercise, but love walks around the block or just to the sofa!
IZZY. *SUPERSENIOR*

Izzy is a very friendly senior girl; she loves to talk, being held, and groomed. Izzy has lived with other cats, she doesn't like dogs, and teenager kids are okay. She is very gentle, curious, and litter box trained. She needs to be strictly indoors only.



LILY. *SUPERSENIOR*

Lily is a senior girl; she has lived with other cats, doesn't like dogs, and okay with teenager kids. She is very quiet, gentle, independent, relaxed and a couch potato. Lily does like to hide when people come visit, she loves to be groomed, and now that she is getting older, she prefers not to be picked up at times. She is strictly indoors only.

Participating Veterinarians Include:


All Creatures Great and Small Veterinary Clinic
Alpine Animal Hospital
Ashley Creek Animal Clinic
Calm Animal Care
Central Valley Animal Hospital
Flathead Animal Clinic
Great Northern Vet Center
Lower Valley Animal Clinic
Ponderosa Veterinary Hospital
The Animal Clinic of Kalispell
Whitefish Animal Hospital

Flathead Shelter Friends, Inc.

A 501(c)(3) Non Profit

 

Flathead Shelter Friends is nonprofit all-volunteer organization
dedicated to raising funds to support the
Flathead County Animal Shelter in its efforts to find loving homes
for EVERY adoptable dog and cat.
Our mission is to increase pet adoption,
to improve the quality of life for shelter animals
and to promote responsible pet ownership
through our fundraising efforts.
IF IT IS OVER 60 DEGREES DO NOT LEAVE YOUR PET IN THE CAR.
ON A 78DEGREE DAY IT WILL SPIKE TO 160DEGREES IN YOUR CAR IN MINUTES!
MIND THE PAWS!
PAYPAL IS AVAILABLE FOR DONATIONS!

PLEASE, speak up for those who have no voice. If you see something, say something. Bring your pets in, provide plenty of fresh water...if you're cold, they're cold!
Thank you to the Flathead County Sheriff's Office for this chart. Please call (406) 758-5610 to report abuse or neglect in Flathead County.
When you rescue a Shelter Pet, your new companion may rescue YOU, too!
Click here to see the story of Eric and Peetey.
(you may need a few tissues, but you will be inspired!)

THANK YOU TO THE Humane Society of Northwest Montana for helping relieve FCAS' over abundance of dogs! These sweethearts are now available for adoption through HSNWMT. All of us at FCAS are grateful for this local partnership!

Transfers from Flathead County Animal Shelter TO Humane Society of Northwest Montana.  ANIMAL LOVERS UNITE!!! THANK YOU!
FCAS is helping to save lives from High-kill shelter in Arizona!!!
FCAS is
anticipating a transfer of 12 dogs this weekend from a high kill shelter in Arizona. As many of you know, FCAS has had very low numbers of homeless pets as of late, and we have been working to transfer some pets in to help save lives. These dogs are coming from a shelter with over 350 pets listed on their website. There is GREAT NEED to help, and we are happy to get them up north!
Many, many BIG paws up to Dog Is My CoPilot, Inc. for making the journey with these very deserving dogs who need loving families...stay tuned for pupdates! Be sure to "like" the DIMC Facebook page!
FLATHEAD COUNTY RABIES ORDINANCE
please be sure to vaccinate your cats and dogs!
even indoor cats should be vaccinated for rabies...

Flathead County Animal Shelter Medical Wing is OPEN!
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