On February 8, 2011 we received our Articles of Incorporation. On June 22, 2011,we were approved as a Federal 501c(3) non-profit organization..
P.E.T.S. strives to improve the quality of life for animals in Tehama County.
P.E.T.S. is 100% Volunteer run
P.E.T.S. a group of dedicated volunteers who believe it takes many hands to make an organization successful. That the value of one volunteer and the power of many can brighten the days of and continue to improve the lives of many homeless, neglected and abused animals within Tehama County, CA. As a private organization, we are not affiliated with any government agency, and all of our funding comes from private donations.
P.E.T.S. is strongly committed to creating public awareness to the plight of all homeless, neglected, and abused animals within the community and to assist the Tehama Animal Care Center in providing responsible, compassionate care to the animals within their facility.
We provide information and education regarding:
Animals available for: Adoption, Rescue, and/or Foster; Lost and/or Found Animals; Volunteer programs; and many other items pertaining to animal welfare and responsible pet ownership.
In addition, we raise funds to provide for medical care, transportation, spay/neuter events, supplies, education and training.
P.E.T.S. (Providing Essentials for Tehama Shelter) is a non-profit 501c3 whose primary objective is to improve the welfare of homeless, neglected, and abused animals in Tehama County, CA. We are also strongly committed to assist the underfunded public Tehama County Animal Care Center (TCACC) in completing its mission to practice and promote responsible compassionate care of all animals housed within its facility.
Furthermore, our strong secondary objective is to improve the quality of life for all companion animals within Tehama County through education and viable solutions, with emphasis on the importance of spay/neuter for animal welfare. In order to fulfill our mission, we raise funds for medical care, transportation, adoption events, spay/neuter, education and training (for animals and the people who adopt them). Through the organization of people and community resources, P.E.T.S. is determined to focus on no more homeless animals within Tehama County!
P.O. Box 1174
Red Bluff, CA 96080
Sharon Russell - President
Ronnie Casey - Vice President
Stephen Frey - Treasurer
Nellie Barber - Secretary