Tulare County Animal Services is encouraging people to make a care plan for pets and livestock so that if they themselves became ill, such as with COVID-19, and needed to leave their home for treatment, there would be a plan of care in place for pets and livestock.
“While Tulare County Animal Services remains dedicated to the welfare of both the animals and people of the community and continues to respond to urgent calls for service, the animal shelter does not have the ability to house a large influx of animals,” said Animal Services Manager Cassie Heffington. “We are urging the public to create a care plan in the unlikely event that they were temporarily unable to care for their pets.”
To develop a pet care plan, pet owners are encouraged to:
In the unlikely event that you are temporarily unable to care for you pets, having a good plan ahead of time helps provide you with peace of mind knowing that they will continue to be well cared for in a comfortable environment.
Board hires Tammie Weyker-Adkins as new Chief of Staff.
Tulare County Fire Department has begun our annual Hazard Abatement Program for this year.
The Tulare County Clerk-Recorder will begin scheduling appointments Monday, May 4
Nicole Motley, has been promoted to Deputy Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer in charge of the Pest Exclusion & Standardization Division by Tulare’s Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer