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Aurora Animal Services Statistics

Alaskan MalamuteIn the past the Aurora Animal Shelter collected and reported its shelter statistics in accordance with the Asilomar Accords, including the live release rate. The Asilomar Accords was developed in 2004 and was a mission between various animal welfare agencies across the nation to share information and collaborate towards the common goal of reducing the euthanasia of healthy and treatable animals. The guiding principles of the Asilomar Accords is to provide statistical transparency and a uniform method of reporting shelter data. The Aurora Animal Shelter reports its statistics to Colorado's Pet Animal Care and Facilities Act (PACFA) agency. This is a requirement in Colorado to maintain the shelter's license.

Shelter Animals Count dataExplore quarterly data with information at Shelter Animals Count:

2021 Quarterly Placement Statistics

1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter
Adoptions 249 386  344 440 
* Transfers Out 9  24  65 32
 Sent into Foster 58 178   148 97 

Orange Tabby* The Aurora Animal Shelter has several transfer partners in Colorado. Transfer partners include rescue groups, humane societies and other animal shelters. Animals generally transferred require further medical treatment or require behavior modification. In some cases, the shelter may seek assistance with adoptable animals that have been in their care for an excessive amount of time. The Aurora Animal Shelter does not euthanize based on time and space.

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