Capacity for care (C4C), considered holistically, means meeting the needs of every animal admitted to a shelter, regardless of how they came in, when they came in or their age, health status and personality. Every sheltering organization must acknowledge their C4C and function within it to allow them to be the best resource for the animals and people in their community.
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Direct Links to Information
- Overview of Capacity for Care (C4C)
- Adoption Driven Capacity
- Calculating shelter capacity
- Facility Design, Shelter Animal Housing and Shelter Population Management
- An observational study of the relationship between Capacity for Care as an animal shelter management model and cat health, adoption and death in three animal shelters