When Bailey got to CAPA she was skin and bones and had lived a life of neglect and hunger. She was finally rescued when a concerned neighbor contacted authorities who took custody her and eventually arrested the owner for animal cruelty
Bailey's life has completely turned around and not only has she found wonderful parents but she and her fur sister Lacey are inseparable.
It is animals like Bailey that need CAPA the most. We are their voice and help them find the happy ending they so much deserve.
Before CAPA was involved the shelter did not track the number of animals coming in and leaving the shelter but we do know that it was a very small number of animals who actually left the shelter alive. We decided to invest in a shelter management program and track the numbers ourselves.
Animals saved in 2017
In 2017 there were 304 Animals admitted to the Comanche, Texas animal shelter and of those 121 were adopted, 127 transferred to rescues and 35 returned to the owners.
Animals saved in 2016
In 2016 there were 448 animals admitted to the Comanche, Texas animal shelter. Of those, 157 were adopted, 209 were transferred to rescues and 32 were returned to the owners.
Animals saved in 2015
In 2015 there were 597 animals admitted to the Comanche, Texas animal shelter. Of those, 193 were adopted, 277 were transferred to rescues and 43 were returned to the owners.