Support from the community helps the Irvine Animal Care Center provide advanced care to homeless pets.
The Irvine Animal Care Center provides quality care for abandoned animals. In addition to day-to-day operations providing veterinary care and the basic necessities, support from the community helps the center provide enhanced medical care, high-quality food and bedding, and programs such as Third Chance for Pets. You don't have to adopt to support the animals at the Irvine Animal Care Center.
Ways to Support
Making donations to the center is easy and available online. For corporate/organizational donations requiring contributions to be processed through a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, please click here. A variety of donation and program options are available:
Dollar Amount Donations:
- $500 Covers medical expenses for an abandoned pet
- $250 Covers dental surgery for a needy animal
- $100 provides supplies for a litter of orphaned kittens and puppies
- $85 Covers the purchase of a Kuranda bed for a senior pet
- $50 Covers the cost of special dietary foods for two weeks
- $20 Feeds a litter of unweaned kittens for 10 days
- $10 Provides fresh vegetables to 10 rabbits for one week
Enhanced Care Program
The IACC sometimes receives animals in poor condition that have been injured or neglected for long periods of time. The Enhanced Care program funds the additional medical treatments these animals require to become healthy (i.e., eye surgery, a broken limb, x-rays, tooth extractions). Choose Enhanced Care as your designation.
Third Chance For Pets Program
This program allows the center to transfer animals from overcrowded shelters that otherwise may not find a home. When kennels are available at the center, staff can bring some of these animals to the center for adoption. Because these animals come from outside of Irvine, their care is funded mostly by donations. Without the generous support of donors such as you this program could not exist. Choose Third Chance for Pets as your designation.
Donate from Our Wish List
The center accepts donations of new, unused pet food, toys, kennel supplies and more. We've created a handy wish list if you'd like to shop at your local pet store, or you can use our Amazon wish list and have items shipped to the center.
Communities for Cause
Download the Communities for Cause free app here, and start donating while you dine and shop in Irvine.
Ralphs Reward Card
Use your Ralphs Reward card to support our homeless animals. For more information, visit the Ralphs website.
For more information on Irvine Gives, the City's online resource to local giving opportunities, visit the Irvine Gives webpage.