Rohnert Park Animal Shelter 301 J Rogers Ln, Rohnert Park, CA94928 The Rohnert Park Animal Shelter usually has between 10 and 15 dogs available for adoption at a given time, and usually…More more than 20 cats. A large enclosed dog park on the shelter grounds is open to the public until 9am and opens up to the public again after 5pm. This is a good opportunity to socialize your dogs and to meet other dogs available for adoption. The shelter hosts special adoption events. For example, on the second Saturday of every month, the shelter hosts "Bunny Day," where the public can meet adoptable rabbits, learn about rabbit care, bring bunnies in for a free nail trim and just ask general questions. Other services include a feral cat referral, microchip placement and tagging, a kid's pet summer camp and other after-school programs.The shelter also offers low-cost spay and neuter services for both cats and dogs. The recommended donation is $30. Adoptions end one half-hour before closing.
49er Pet 375 Southwest Blvd, Rohnert Park, CA94928
A staple of the community, 49er Pet has been in business in the same location since 1978. The store, located in the…More southern part of Rohnert Park, is huge for a non-chain pet store.
Locals like 49er Pet because of its good prices on food and knowledgeable staff. The staff is very experienced at grooming animals and has many repeat customers due to their good care and expert ability to handle most animals.
49er Pet is also a big part of the community. They are involved in education for Rohnert Park and Cotati as well as working with the local animal shelters. Besides their VIP Clinic, they also have numerous animals for adoption including rescues.
Forgotten Felines is a program that first, seeks to bring in stray and abandoned cats from the streets to give them…More food and shelter, and eventually a caring home.
While Forgotten Felines has no actual building, it operates from the service and goodwill of animal shelters throughout Sonoma County. The Rohnert Park Animal Shelter takes in these cats and nurses them back to health, getting them out of the wild.
The program has also recently begun to examine the root causes of why feral cats proliferate in certain communities — and how to prevent this.
Twenty-two clinics over the next year will be held for pet cats, formerly feral cats and tame, homeless cats. Owners and people interested in adopting can ask questions and get more information about how to adopt.
Also, for the first time, Forgotten Felines is offering spay and neuter services for low income people who own cats or are seeking to own cats, for a small fee.
With a lighthouse-shaped office, My Storage Space is a beacon to community members looking for a storage and moving…More solution. Owner Dawn Guzman has been running this business since 1999 with the aim of "providing you with the best in self storage, while also supporting the community." She guarantees the lowest prices on storage units in Rohnert Park, and offers easy online or telephone payment options.
Basic moving supplies such as boxes and packing materials are available for purchase at te store, and Budget rental trucks can be rented at this location.
My Storage Space is an active member of the Rohnert Park Chamber of Commerce, and donates materials and volunteer hours to such community organizations as the Animal Shelter of Rohnert Park and the Committee on the Shelterless. The site is also an E-Waste Green Spot Drop-off, which means clients and other community members are free to bring their used electronic devices there for safe recycling.