Front Street Animal Shelter


Friends of Front Street Shelter exists to improve the lives of animals at the Front Street Animal Shelter and promote pet adoptions and getting lost pets back home.

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Address: PO Box 22214
Sacramento, CA 95822
County or Parish: Sacramento
Primary NTEE: Animal Related 
Sub NTEE: Animal Protection & Welfare 
Executive Director: Kirsten Dubray
Contact Email: bmann@cityofsacramento.org
Primary Phone: 916-808-8333
Website: http://www.frontstreetshelter.org
Organized in 2001, the Friends of Front Street Shelter is a 501c3 organization dedicated to saving animal lives in Sacramento. We are proud to work in partnership with the Front Street Animal Shelter and assist them in their mission to save lives. Donation dollars provide advanced medical care for sick or injured animals, sustain the foster and rescue program while supporting programs and events that increase adoptions.
Each year thousands of animals enter the sheltering system, in need of new homes or help being reunited with their families. Friends of Front Street Shelter works directly with the Front Street Shelter to support this mission. Donations provide advanced medical care for injured or sick animals; sustain and support the foster/rescue program to save at-risk animals and underage animals; increase adoptions and help animals find permanent loving homes; provide support for the community cat program; support everything about the Front Street Shelter that ensures the animals in their care are healthy and provided with enrichment during their stay.
Our top needs:
  1. Funding: Program - Medical care
  2. Funding: Program - Foster and rescue program
  3. Funding: Program - Adoptions
  4. Funding: Program - Behavior and enrichment
  5. Funding: Program - Animal marketing
The Friends of Front Street Shelter is an organization staffed by volunteers with the sole purpose of improving the lives of animals at the City of Sacramento's Front Street Animal Shelter. Through outreach and fundraising we have helped guide our local municipal shelter to become a regional leader in life saving. With over 10,000 animals entering the shelter annually, we provide financial support to assist with medical care (sterilization, amputations, disease control) behavioral modification and community outreach. As Executive Director, I am thankful to be a part of The Friends of Front Street Shelter's mission. Together as a community we will continue to make progress and save more animals than ever.
Kirsten DuBray
Executive Director, The Friends of Front Street Shelter