Summer Job Posting for the Right Young Animal Lover
Let’s make 2019 a Banner Year for Adoptions from CAPS
SUMMER POSITIONS ARE FILLED! THANKS TO ALL WHO APPLIED! -2 positions Position Title: Shelter Assistant with CAPS (Companion Animal Protection Society) in Annapolis County Time frame: Each position will encompass 280 hours spanning a period of 8-9 weeks, beginning mid-late June, 2019 Remuneration: minimum wage Successful candidates will report directly to CAPS Chair Applications close: May […]
Adoptions are closed until Jan.6/2019 .
CAPS is now accepting adoption applications for the new year! Check out all adoption info in the ADOPT section of this website.
CAPS Christmas Booth at MacDonald Museum Craft Fair, Nov. 23 and 24
Meowy Christmas to All! Adoptions at CAPS are now closed until after the Christmas season. We welcome incoming applications to adopt during the holidays. They will be safely filed until we begin processing apps and adopting once again on January 6/2019. We welcome everyone to visit our website at www.caps-annapolis.org over the holiday […]
Paws and Pumpkins Open House – Oct. 14, 2018
Come one, come all to the CAPS Christmas Booth at the MacDonald Museum Craft Show in Middleton. Friday, Nov. 23 from 5 – 9 and Saturday, Nov. 24 from 10 – 4 Calling all people who love to sew, cook, make fudge and preserves, or create and do crafts.Please help us! We need you to […]
Announcing : CAPS 2018 May Dinner and Auction
CAPS invites you to Tea with the Kitties at 1468 Ben Phinney Rd. Margaretsville on Sunday, October 14th from 2 PM to 4 PM VISIT THE KITTIES, APPLY TO ADOPT, ENJOY, DONATE, LEARN ALL ABOUT CATIOS! Please help us stock our larder for winter with items such as: Canned Adult & Kitten Food* Canned Tuna […]
New Legislation by the Nova Scotia Veterinary Medical Association forbids declawing of cats and kittens in Nova Scotia.
Announcing: The twelfth annual […]
Adoption Weekend Event Oct 14 & 15
In keeping with the decision of the Nova Scotia Veterinary Medical Association that the declawing of cats and kittens is ethically unacceptable and banned in Nova Scotia, CAPS will no longer grant approval to adopt to individuals whose intention it is to have their adopted cat declawed. This new policy is effective January 10, 2018.
Fall is definitely the time to think about adopting a new member for your family! Want to make your home comfy- cozy? Adopt from CAPS! Thanks to our friends at PETVALU Greenwood for inviting us to take part in this National Adoption […]