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SEAACA offers outdoor vaccination clinics and licensing services

Click for video about SEAACA's outdoor services clinic

SEAACA’s Care Center remains closed to the public (except by appointment) and modified its operations to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Field Service staff continues to respond to select calls and all emergency service calls.

NEW! Outdoor Vaccination Clinics and Licensing Services are now available at SEAACA Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on a first-come, first-served basis. Cloth face masks are required, and only one person per pet is allowed in line. It’s a good idea to bring water for yourself and your pet. See the SEAACA flyer for information. 

Watch the Lakewood CityTV video to learn more about the outdoor clinic and other services at SEAACA.

If you’ve lost a pet or are interested in adopting:

  • Please call SEAACA Tuesday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 562-803-3301 to make an appointment.
  • Start by viewing the online listings of lost pets or pets available for adoption at www.seaaca.org.
  • For adoptable animals, you can place a hold over the phone by calling SEAACA at 562-803-3301 Tuesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • When you visit at your scheduled appointment time, please note only one visitor per household is allowed, and a cloth face covering is required to enter the facility.

Please note these modifications to SEAACA’s services:

• No new intake of healthy cats. Animal trappers will be advised to stop actively trapping.
• Owner surrenders will be referred to their veterinarian.
• SEAACA is temporarily stopping all in-house volunteers from reporting to the Care Center.
• Donations will be limited to SEAACA’s Wishlist on seaaca.org. No over-the-counter items will be accepted at this time.

SEAACA strives to limit physical human contact and manage the shelter’s animal population as much as possible during this time. Increased cleaning and sanitation throughout the Care Center and in the field will remain routine. In addition to external vaccination services for members of the public, the Veterinary Team continues to provide medical treatment, monitor animals at the Care Center and perform spay/neuter surgeries for adoptable pets.

Please check SEAACA’s website at www.seaaca.org for updated information.