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1 LIVE Fiscal Year 2017/2018 Incoming Stray Surrendered by Owner Foster Owner Requested Euthanasia Confiscate Adoption Return LIVE ADOPTIONS SENT TO RESCUES RETURNED TO OWNER FOSTER DIED TRANSFERRED TO ANOTHER AGENCY MISSING EUTHANASIA On Hand June 30, 2018 : 429 Cat Live Release Rate had a slight increase from previous year from 54% to 56% The deep root cause of euthanasia is preweaned kittens. Over 30% of cat/kitten euthanasia is attributed to pre wean kittens. A new program was recently introduced to the community to encourage fostering pre wean kittens. The program was modeled after Front Street Shelter. Best Friends Animal Society three year grant for adult cats commenced late in the year, positive results are anticipated to continue to increase with the life release rate for cats/kittens. Dog Live Release Rate was 87% for Fiscal Year The 13% includes everything from medical euthanasia, missing pets, stolen animals, and shelter euthanasia. This past fiscal year yielded the highest number of adoptions and animals sent to rescue organizations for the agency. If we used Asilomar data to report the live release rate would be higher than 87%.

2 LIVE Fiscal Year 2016/2017 Incoming Stray Surrendered by Owner Foster Owner Requested Euthanasia Confiscate Adoption Return LIVE ADOPTIONS SENT TO RESCUES RETURNED TO OWNER FOSTER DIED TRANSFERRED TO ANOTHER AGENCY MISSING EUTHANASIA On Hand June 30, 2017 : 593 Cat Euthanasia Rate: 46% Dog Euthanasia Rate: 18%

3 Fiscal Year 2015/ Incoming Stray Dead on Arrival Surrendered by Owner Owner Requested Euthanasia Confiscate Adoption Return ADOPTIONS SENT TO RESCUES RETURNED TO OWNER DISPOSAL TRANSFERRED TO ANOTHER AGENCY MISSING EUTHANASIA Overall Euthanasia Rate: 40% Cat Euthanasia Rate: 52% Dog Euthanasia Rate: 29%

4 Fiscal Year 2014/ Incoming Stray Dead on Arrival Surrendered by Owner Owner Requested Euthanasia Confiscate Adoption Return ADOPTIONS SENT TO RESCUES RETURNED TO OWNER DISPOSAL TRANSFERRED TO ANOTHER AGENCY MISSING EUTHANASIA Overall Euthanasia Rate: 46% Cat Euthanasia Rate: 48% Dog Euthanasia Rate: 45% Other Animal Euthanasia Rate: 8%

5 Fiscal Year 2013/ Incoming Stray Dead on Arrival Surrendered by Owner Owner Requested Euthanasia Confiscate Adoption Return ADOPTIONS SENT TO RESCUES RETURNED TO OWNER DISPOSAL TRANSFERRED TO ANOTHER AGENCY MISSING DIED EUTHANASIA Overall Euthanasia Rate: 55% Cat Euthanasia Rate: 62% Dog Euthanasia Rate: 50% Other Animal Euthanasia Rate: 14%

6 Fiscal Year 2012/ Incoming Stray Dead on Arrival Surrendered by Owner Owner Requested Euthanasia Confiscate Adoption Return ADOPTIONS SENT TO RESCUES RETURNED TO OWNER DISPOSAL TRANSFERRED TO ANOTHER AGENCY MISSING DIED Animals Intaked/Outcomed with Foster Program EUTHANASIA Overall Euthanasia Rate: 68% Cat Euthanasia Rate: 82% Dog Euthanasia Rate: 53% Other Animal Euthanasia Rate: 37%

7 Fiscal Year 2011/ Incoming Stray Dead on Arrival Surrendered by Owner Owner Requested Euthanasia Confiscate Adoption Return ADOPTIONS SENT TO RESCUES RETURNED TO OWNER DISPOSAL TRANSFERRED TO ANOTHER AGENCY MISSING DIED Animals Intaked/Outcomed without any category EUTHANASIA Overall Euthanasia Rate: 72% Cat Euthanasia Rate: 88% Dog Euthanasia Rate: 55 % Other Animal Euthanasia Rate: 19%

8 Fiscal Year 2010/ Incoming Stray Dead on Arrival Surrendered by Owner Owner Requested Euthanasia Confiscate Adoption Return ADOPTIONS SENT TO RESCUES RETURNED TO OWNER DISPOSAL TRANSFERRED TO ANOTHER AGENCY MISSING DIED Animals Intaked/Outcomed without any category EUTHANASIA Overall Euthanasia Rate: 75% Cat Euthanasia Rate: 91% Dog Euthanasia Rate: 58 % Other Animal Euthanasia Rate: 28%

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