Calhoun County Animal Shelter

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Rating: 4.5

Average rating from 90 reviews.

(4.5 out of 5, based on 90 reviews)

165 South Union StreetBattle Creek, MI 49014
269-963-6582
Hours: 11:00am - 6:00pm

788 miles away
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Hello. We are the Calhoun County Animal Shelter in Battle Creek, MI. CCAS is the animal control shelter for all of Calhoun County. CCAS strives to offer excellent, loving care to all animals that enter our facility and find them forever loving homes. Our shelter works on a very small budget. One of our goals is to have a surgery suite so that we may offer low cost spay and neuters to the public. Please help us accomplish our goals.

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Dion V.
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Rating: 5

Great shelter!

posted 6 years ago

Great shelter.

They put their hearts and sweat into running the shelter and keeping the animals happy and healthy.

Pros: clean

Cons: none

5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

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Esther21
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Rating: 5

Great group!

posted 6 years ago

They do awesome work!

This is a great shelter, they work very hard at keeping the animals environment clean and to keep the animals happy and healthy.

Pros: wonderful ppl

Cons: none

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