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We are located at 2951 South 1st Street in Cabot at the Allman Bevis Ball Complex.
Animal Control can be reached by phone at 501-843-2021, Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Animal Shelter hours of operation are Monday through Friday from Noon until 5 p.m. and the last Saturday of the month from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
If you have found a stray dog or cat contact animal control at 501-843-2021 for the animal to be picked up. If you would prefer to bring the animal to the shelter then you can bring the animal to the Cabot Animal Shelter between the hours of noon to 5 pm Monday through Friday.
We have dogs and cats available for adoption. All our pets that are available for adoption can be seen by going to the Adoptable Pets at our Shelter page.
Yes! Every dog and cat over the age of 4 months must have a city license that is renewed annual. A city license can be purchased at the animal shelter at a cost of $5 for altered animals and $15 for unaltered animals. In order to purchase a license your pet must bring a copy of the pet's current rabies vaccination to the Cabot Animal Shelter between the hours of noon and 5pm, Monday to Friday. .
We encourage every person wanting to adopt to come by the shelter and spend some time with the pet to make sure the bond between you and your pet is formed.
We currently do not have an adoption fee; however the cost associated with spaying / neutering will be collected at the time of adoption. The total cost to adopt is $100 for dogs and $80 for cats which include the spay/neuter, rabies, microchip and city license.
Under the current law you are only allowed to own 4 animals (dogs and cats) combined in the city limits.
Yes! Any pet that is of a bull breed is banned in Cabot. Even if it is mixed, and has characteristics of a bull breed it is not allowed in the city.
Unfortunately there is no such thing as a true "No Kill" shelter as every organization must make tough calls when difficult health situations arise. Our Euthanization numbers are extremely low and hoover between 1-3% which gives us a "Live Release" rate of around 97-99%. Due to the volume of animals that we see every year and a large number of those being stray and at a health disadvantage sometimes we do have to humanely euthanize when the number of animals in our care exceed the number we can house humanely.