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Cranston Animal Shelter

The Cranston Animal Shelter, located at 920 Phenix Avenue, opened its doors in November 1984. It houses stray dogs, cats, and homeless pets.

The Cranston Animal Shelter is open to the public, and the adoption hours are Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 11:30 3:30 and Saturday 12:00 - 3:00.

The Cranston Animal Shelter consists of a kennel area with 40 dog runs and a puppy/cat room with 36 various size cages, accommodating up to 75 puppies, kittens, and cats.

PawPrint Press

This information is provided by the PawPrint Press. An educational community service project established by Michaiah and Abigail Kojoian. The Cranston Police Department is not responsible for the content.

The PawPrint Press was created by two local kids whose experience with the shelter inspired them to become adoption advocates for the animals housed there. It was first published in 2010 and locally distributed in their Eden Park neighborhood. It is their hope that every animal in the shelter will be adopted into a forever home.

Click on the links below to download the latest editions of the PawPrint Press digital edition.

Take Travis

PawPrint Press Volume 3 - Digital Edition

Help Henry Poster - UPDATE - Adopted

Help Henry

PawPrint Press Volume 2 - Digital Edition

Adoptions Updated September 3, 2014

Pawprint Press Vol 2

 

PawPrint Press Volume 1 - Digital Edition

Adoptions Updated September 3, 2014

Pawprint Press Volume 1