Ferel Cat Program - We have a feral cat program that has been funded by a Sands Foundation grant. An appointment can be made to bring in a feral cat for spay or neuter and vaccinations. The cat's ear will be clipped and the cat will be released back to the same area. Since 2011 through this program we have spayed or neutered over 288 cats. For more details on this program call 293-4936
Last Updated 8/14/16
The Shelter is open Monday through Wednesday and Friday and Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to noon. We will be closed to visitors on Thursdays. Sunday the Shelter is open from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Call for an appointment if our regular hours don't work. 406-293-kpfl(5735)
An unspayed female cat, her mate and all of their offspring, producing 2 litters per year, with only 2.8 surviving kittens per litter can total:
1 year - 12
2 years - 67
3 years - 376
4 years - 2,107
5 years - 11,801
6 years - 66,088
7 years - 370,092
8 years - 2,072,514
9 years - 11,606,077
Did You Know
To donate one of the Kuranda products
Monday, September 12
at 6:00 p.m.
The meeting will be held at the Libby Campus of Flathead Community College
Everyone is welcome to come and join in or just to see what we do.
If you have questions or need directions please
We need and welcome new volunteers to work with the pets at the Shelter. It's up to you how much time you can spend. We are all volunteers and do what we can. Call Tami, Shelter Director, if you can help. Please leave a message if no one is at Shelter. 293-kpfl(5735)
KPFL Microchipping Program - To make an appointment to have your pet microchipped call 293-4936. The microchipping program was begun in February 2012 and over 300 pets have been microchipped.
The charge is $15 if you have a pet that was adopted from KPFL at an earlier date. For $35 anyone with a pet can make an appointment and bring their pet in for microchipping. If you are adopting a pet from KPFL it will have already been microchipped.
"Our wonderful dog that we adopted from you back in October."
This is Bobby. See more of his story here
Animals Removed and Charges Expected - 53 Poodles, 6 Donkeys and 63 Birds
August 6, 2016 - taken from the Friends Of the Shelter, Libby Office Facebook Page
Tobacco Valley Animal Shelter and Libby Friends of the Shelter are currently housing and providing care for the animals involved in the Animal Cruelty seizure in Libby, which occurred earlier this week. TVAS has contracted with Lincoln County to provide sheltering for dogs and cats in the county since 2008. Due to legal circumstances, we are currently unable to discuss the specifics of the case with the public. While we greatly appreciate all of the offers of assistance from the community, the specific areas in which we need the most help are as follows: First and foremost (tax deductible)monetary donations are by far the most helpful, as the burden on shelter resources is tremendous. We have plenty of food for all of the animals due to the generosity of PetSmart Charities organization. Another commodity that we are in need of are towels, of the paper and cloth varieties. Small, soft bedding (please no electric blankets, sleeping bags, comforters, etc.) is another thing that would make the animals stay much more comfortable. As we are doing a great deal of laundry and cleaning, laundry detergent and dish washing soap would also go a long way! Financial donations can be made to Tobacco Valley Animal Shelter at P.O. Box 1815 Eureka, MT 59917 or through our Paypal account at Tobaccovalleyanimalshelter.com .Please call (406)293-5665 if you have any questions. Thank you all SO much for your patience and support during this challenging ordeal.
August 9, 2016 - taken from the Kootenai Valley Record
County, Humane Society Rescue Pets Sheriff hand investigation to County Attorney to see whether charges are warranted. "There are no charges yet, but we suspect there will be," said Stephanie Twining, the deputy director of Humane Society of the United States. Kathi Hooper is director of the Lincoln County Health Department. She said she is grateful for the Sheriff's Department participation and that of the Humane Society of the United States.
Hooper said the Animal Control Office has been besieged by locals who want to contribute funds to care for the pets. She said to contibute, send checks to:
Lincoln County Health Department
% Libby Animal Rescue
518 Mineral Ave,.
Libby, MT 59923
Donations are NOT tax deductible. Montana has no law that provides for the cost of caring for animals after they are seized in a cruelty case, so that cost typically falls on the taxpayers or the goodwill of the community. The Humane Society of the United States provided some financial assistance for the care of the animals and PetSmart Charities also provided food, supplies and financial support.