The Klamath Falls Animal Shelter is a non-profit organization that focuses on providing stray, abused, and abandoned pets in the Klamath County an opportunity to have a better life.

Since animal overpopulation and abuse is currently a widespread problem not only in Klamath Falls but also in other places in the U.S., the shelter's mission is to educate people about animal care and to spearhead spay/neuter programs.

The shelter loves to accept visitors and it's actually a fun place to visit. The facility is very spacious, clean, and has that positive vibe perfect for volunteers, visitors, and the pets.

Klamath Falls Animal Shelter Volunteer Program

Shelter volunteers should be 16 years old and older. Before anyone can volunteer for the program, they will undergo a background check. You could visit their website for more details about the program.

But for those who cannot volunteer due to time constraints, there are different ways on how to contribute to the shelter. Adoption is one of the main things that you can do because that is the main purpose of the shelter in the first place which is to give animals a permanent home. Or you can also give monetary donations to shoulder some of the expenses incurred by the shelter.

The Klamath Animal Shelter has two locations. The regular animal shelter is located at 4240 Washburn Way while the large animal shelter is located at 500 Miller Island Road. If you want to get in touch with them, you can call them at 541-884-PETS (884-7387).