Utah Animal Adoption Center (UAAC) is a non-euthanizing animal adoption center, rescuing an average of 1,000 dogs and cats each year and placing them in loving homes. UAAC has been dedicated to reducing the tragedies of pet overpopulation, the euthanasia of healthy adoptable pets, and animal suffering since 1983.
UAAC is funded entirely by individual donations and some private foundation grants. Money collected from fundraising events saves lives by supporting animal rescue and providing medical attention for pets in need.
Our adoption center is located on a beautiful 3.5. acre sanctuary located next to the Jordan River Parkway Trail. Our dogs enjoy indoor/outdoor kennels and three large fenced areas where they can safely socialize and play. Our feline friends live communally in a large room where they can interact and relax on abundant cat tress and towers. During the warm months they venture out into an amazing outdoor cat enclosure to lounge in the sun and fresh air.
December 13th from 1 to 4pm. Santa will be making an appearance to hear the Christmas wishes of good cats and dogs and posing for pictures! Bring in your furry kids!
Visit the website, smithscommunityrewards.com and just log in.
Create an account using your Smith's Rewards card number.
The, find and select UAAC. Our non-profit organization number is: 18828, or you can just look up 'Utah Animal Adoption Center."
"Hi, my name is Jezebel. I wasn't expecting to find myself homeless at 13, yet here I am! It's been difficult for me and I tend to be guarded at first around people and other cats. I've had my heart broken once and I won't let it happen again! For Christmas, I wish to find someone who won't overlook me because I'm old, and who lavishes me with love and understanding."
Home for the Holidays runs until December 31st. All Adoption fees waived on older and special needs cats. Included with cats like Jezebel is a litter box, scoop, cat bed, cat litter and pack of food! All older kitties in our care have been spayed/neutered, microchipped, and are up-to-date on all necessary shots/vaccines, including an external exam by a veterinarian.