GAHS makes animals likely to be adoptable viewable by the public as soon after intake as possible. Interested parties may apply and will be contacted in the hopes of shortening the length of stay in foster by having a potential adopter when the animal becomes available.

In the case of a stray, the animal’s guardian has priority over other interested persons up to the time of adoption unless there is a validated suspicion of cruelty or neglect in the home. If a guardian contacts the GAHS and identifies that a stray animal belongs to them and provides proof, then the guardian will be responsible for paying any medical costs incurred while the animal was in the care of the GAHS.

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