Our primary goal is to lower the euthanasia rate at the shelter. We can accomplish this goal by increasing adoptions, expanding our volunteer program, providing information and financial support for local spay and neuter programs.
Please help the homeless animals of Santa Clara County by becoming a FOSMAS foster. We offer Foster Training.
All volunteers must complete a volunteer application, a release of liability form, and be available for training and orientation. To contact us, please leave a message at (408) 681-3788 or send an e-mail by clicking here.
Looking for a colorful, decorative cat to adorn your home? Then let me introduce you to Elizabeth. She has the great quality of being friendly, but not overbearing. Being held isn't really her thing and lap sitting is OK every now and then, but don't take this as indifference. She likes being around people. When she's in a playful mood, she'll run-up and bat your legs. She's great company when working on the computer, except when she gets fixated on the mouse pointer and blocks all view of the screen in her pursuit. She gets along with other cats and dogs. She lives with a Rhodesian Ridgeback and a Springer Spaniel, so is used to being around large, cat-friendly dogs.