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Last updated 12/15/2013


ABOUT US

FOCCAS is a federal tax exempt non-profit 501(c)(3). It is an all volunteer organization started by two women in 2004 who wanted to address the unsafe, unsanitary conditions that existed in the county animal shelter.  FOCCAS assists the Colusa County Animal Shelter to increase pet adoptions through outreach programs, provide community education about animal care, bring improvements to the existing shelter, and implement a spay/neuter program.

The many improvements that have been made over the years have only been possible with the generous donations of individuals and businesses who have made donations of money, labor, and goods. FOCCAS relies on the public to get involved with the county shelter and on donations from those people who find it in their heart to help the animals.

FOCCAS' EIN is 38-3743588.

Contact

FOCCAS
c/o Chris Jacobs, President
PO Box 147
Colusa, CA 95932

FOCCAS Tel (530) 526-9258
(text preferred)
foccasanimals@gmail.com

Colusa County Animal Shelter
929 Bridge Street
Colusa, CA 95932

SHELTER Tel (530) 458-0229

FOCCAS President Chris Jacobs and Marshall, a rescued dog amputee
FOCCAS President
Chris Jacobs with Marshall


DISCLAIMER: All FOCCAS donation/collection boxes are always clearly marked with our address, phone number and name so the people who give generously to help know that the funds are going to a legitimate nonprofit organization. FOCCAS is not affiliated with any other group.


MISSION

The mission of the Friends of Colusa County Animal Shelter is to improve the life of the animals of Colusa County by encouraging responsible pet ownership and humane treatment of animals.

GOALS

  • Improve the living conditions of the animals housed at the Colusa County Animal Shelter.
  • Increase the number of quality adoptions from the shelter.
  • Improve marketing of the Colusa County Animal Shelter.
  • Reduce the number of animals euthanized through spay and neuter programs.
  • Enhance lost and found pet procedures.
  • Increase the number of volunteers to help work with the animals.
  • Assist the Colusa County Sheriff's Department Animal Services and Colusa County District Attorney's Office in serving the citizens of Colusa County.
  • Ultimately, build a larger shelter facility to better accommodate the many needy animals in the Colusa County community.