Central Coast Animal Care Facility

Bin/Source number: R251000019

NSW, East Maitland 2323
Phone: 0499 900 272
Email: [email protected]

Central Coast Animal Care Facility is a non profit organisation with a small but dedicated group of staff and volunteers. We began operation on 1st July, 2016 as the successful tenders for Gosford City Council Pound which we run until 30th September 2021. We currently run Maitland Animal Management Facility. The staff and volunteers of CCACF have years of experience in rescue and our aim is to find loving homes for all of the dogs and cats in our care. We are always looking for more animal loving people to join us and if you would like to become a foster carer for one of our animals please contact us via email. We are a no kill rescue that takes dogs and cats from other facilities who are not able to operate under a no kill policy. We work with facilities all over NSW and ACT. We also accept surrenders from private citizens who are no longer able to care for their animals. We have a small, but dedicated staff who are committed to giving the best care possible to the animals, as well as providing important education to the public in regards to responsible pet ownership. We have many programs currently running including: Last Litter - whereby the facility pay the desexing costs for female dogs to ensure the breeding cycle stops. We also ensure that all pups are desexed, vaccinated, microchipped and registered before finding them their forever homes. Noahs Ark - a program that ensures bonded pairs always remain together to avoid the stress of being separated. We are a registered not for profit charity and are so proud of the programs we have in place and of all of the work we do to rescue animals at risk.
Adoption Policy: Moderate
If you are interested in adopting one of our animals, please contact us on 0499 900 272 to make an appointment and ask further questions. Staff will ask more about your lifestyle and the information you provide will helps us to achieve the best match between the dog or cat and their new home. We will also have certain adoption requirements that have to be approved prior to meeting the animal (eg fencing requirements, no young kids, etc) Once all of your questions have been answered and adoption requirements met and approved, its time to meet your potential new furbaby. This meet will be conducted at the foster carers home or at a convenient location. Should you have an existing dog in your life, we will require a meet and greet to ensure that they get along. The final step (pending agreement by both parties) is the payment of the adoption fee and filling in of associated paperwork for your new furbaby. Congratulations, you have now saved a life! Click