Featured Pets Available for Adoption at SCAC-AC!

  Diamond  is a  very  sweet two-year-old pit mix, who could use a loving family that would be able to give her the extra TLC she needs and deserves. Diamond has been waiting and hoping for a new forever home and family since July, and would love the chance to show you what a loving little girl she is. We do know that Diamond does not prefer to be around cats or small dogs. If you have a larger dog, please bring your dog into SCAC-AC for a meet and greet with this lovely girl!

Diamond is a very sweet two-year-old pit mix, who could use a loving family that would be able to give her the extra TLC she needs and deserves. Diamond has been waiting and hoping for a new forever home and family since July, and would love the chance to show you what a loving little girl she is. We do know that Diamond does not prefer to be around cats or small dogs. If you have a larger dog, please bring your dog into SCAC-AC for a meet and greet with this lovely girl!

  Sara Lee  is a sweet little orange tabby mama cat. She is a little over a year old and came in with her kittens Sunbeam and Sunmaid who have been adopted. She is very curious and interested in exploring. She loves to have pets and scratches.

Sara Lee is a sweet little orange tabby mama cat. She is a little over a year old and came in with her kittens Sunbeam and Sunmaid who have been adopted. She is very curious and interested in exploring. She loves to have pets and scratches.


Friends of SCAC Mission

Friends of Sangamon County Animal Control is dedicated to enriching the lives of adoptable pets in residence at Sangamon County Animal Control and Adoption Center. These objectives will be served by promoting and facilitating adoptions and transfers to other animal shelters, by participating in community outreach events to enhance awareness of Sangamon County Animal Control and Adoption Center, and by educating the community on animal welfare issues.

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 Thanks to a generous grant from ASPCA and Subaru Loves Pets, Friends of Sangamon County Animal Control is offering a free microchip clinic on November 3rd. Friends of SCAC know that sometimes dogs and cats get out, and we want to make sure they find their way home. There is nothing sadder than seeing a well taken care of animal at the shelter that is scared and just wants their family. With the help of the ASPCA and Subaru Loves Pets, we hopefully will be able to help more animals go home!  There is no limit to the amount of family pets that you can bring to the event, there is nothing you need to do to qualify, and everyone is welcome! Microchips will be given on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please have your dogs on leashes, and your cats safely contained in a crate.  We recommend that all pets are in good health and up-to-date on vaccinations.

Thanks to a generous grant from ASPCA and Subaru Loves Pets, Friends of Sangamon County Animal Control is offering a free microchip clinic on November 3rd. Friends of SCAC know that sometimes dogs and cats get out, and we want to make sure they find their way home. There is nothing sadder than seeing a well taken care of animal at the shelter that is scared and just wants their family. With the help of the ASPCA and Subaru Loves Pets, we hopefully will be able to help more animals go home!

There is no limit to the amount of family pets that you can bring to the event, there is nothing you need to do to qualify, and everyone is welcome! Microchips will be given on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please have your dogs on leashes, and your cats safely contained in a crate. We recommend that all pets are in good health and up-to-date on vaccinations.