LCAS Closed for Thanksgiving Holiday
The Loudoun County Department of Animal Services will be closed at noon on Wednesday November 25, closed Thursday November 26, and closed Friday November 27th in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. We will reopen with regular hours on Saturday November 28th. Click here for a complete list of normal department operating hours.
The New LCAS Barn Cat Program
Did You Know That You Can Adopt a Wonderful Feline for Your Barn at LCAS?
We see all kinds of cats at LCAS including formerly outdoor, indoor/outdoor, semi-social or semi-feral cats that are not a good fit for adoption into family homes. However, these cats would be very happy living out their days in a barn, on a farm, at a business, and in other safe locations. Our Barn Cat Program is designed connect these rough and tumble and slightly sassy cats with families who have this kind of set up. These cats are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and adopted to families who appreciate ‘working cats’ for critter patrol and can provide a safe, appropriate environment such as a barn, stable, garage, or business.
What’s the Process? Sign me up!
LCAS keeps a list of community members wishing to adopt a barn cat. When LCAS receives a cat that may be a good fit, a staff member will call to let you know that a possible adoption match has been made!
To place your name on the Barn Cat Wish List, please call 703-777-0406, email us or stop by the Shelter to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable customer service staff!
Who We Are
The staff of Loudoun County Animal Services safeguards the humane treatment of all animals in the county through compassionate and innovative approaches to animal sheltering, law enforcement, education and community outreach.
We work each day to ensure a compassionate, humane community for animals and people. LCAS operates an animal shelter, which provides for companion animals who have been surrendered by their owners or found stray in the county. The shelter also has pets for adoption. Officers enforce local and state animal laws and investigate reports of animal cruelty. In addition, LCAS maintains a lost and found animal directory, issues dog licenses and assists citizens with a variety of animal issues. For more information, contact LCAS at 703-777-0406 or by email.