Is CMACC ever inspected? Yes! CMACC has been inspected several times per year for the last 10 years! CMACC is inspected by several agencies. ALL of the municipalities that use CMACC inspect the shelter. And, CMACC is inspected by the state of Minnesota, The Board of Animal Health. State License #183128
1.)When was the last Inspection?
The Board of Animal Health was at CMACC last on Wednesday, January 7th with no infractions!
2.)Has CMACC ever had an infraction in the past 10 years? CMACC was told to change out a ceiling exhaust vent a few years ago, and it was taken care of. CMACC was told to change the flooring last year and that was taken care of.
3.)Were there any infractions regarding the health, comfort, well-being of the animals at CMACC?
NO! We are very proud of our record and are blasting though the new year with remodeling the shelter.
Thank you to all who support CMACC. A special thank you to all of the wonderful volunteers. Without you, we could not be able to care for so many animals per year.
PEANUT BUTTER. Young male short haired cat. Beautiful orange color. Peanut Butter loves toys, and watching people from his new condo. (Stop in to CMACC to see the newly remodeled shelter!
Our shelter uses adoption counselors instead of applications to find the perfect fit for both animals and their prospective new pet parents. Please stop in at the shelter between noon and 4 pm Monday-Friday to visit with an adoption counselor and have a chance to meet the available pets. If ...all goes well, you can adopt same day!
We do not take deposits to hold animals. Thank you!
Central Minnesota Animal Care and Control
1021 S. Benton Dr.
Sauk Rapids, MN 56379
Open noon to 4 pm, Monday-Friday
CLOSED weekends and holidays
We do not DNA test the animals before adoption, so we do not know actual breed(s) of the animals. (Any unaltered pet adoption will come with a strict spay/neuter policy)
So proud of our team! We walk, talk, breathe, live our mission as a Humane Society to be there to help any animal in need or any person needing help with an an...imal. Today we responded to a call about an injured or sick bird and immediately sent someone to pick him up. We found this beautiful bird unable to fly. We are not sure what's wrong with him but he is on his way to the experts at the Dane County Humane Society Wildlife Center. Fingers crossed it's not lead poisoning...we've seen too many of those cases recently.