Erie Animal Network offers free, fun and informative community classes. We get the best local experts to speak and teach on animal related topics. From bottle feeding abandoned kittens, to how to train your dog, to pet first aid, EAN strives to bring you the best information at our monthly community classes.
Feral Cat Outreach
Feral cats are the forgotten cats in the shadows of our community. The victims of human carelessness, they live among us and deserve our compassion and support. We support feral caretakers, and can assist them with food, shelter, and offer advice on TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) for feral cats in our community.
Safe Net/Safe Pet
The Safe Net Safe Pet Program launched in 2012 in partnership with Safe Net- Erie. Our program provides emergency confidential foster care for the pet of victims leaving a situation of domestic violence. EAN handles housing the pets in our network of program foster homes while the victim enters the Safe Net program. After safe housing is obtained, the pet is reunited with their owner.
Project Cat Track
Have a friendly stray hanging around, and aren't sure if she's an indoor/outdoor access cat who is visiting? Use our EAN cat track tag as a tool to find out if the cat is homeless, or just wandering. Each tag is numbered and comes with a breakaway collar. If the cat goes home, their owner can check in with us via email.
Lost & Found Pets
Erie Animal Network is here for you if you have lost or found a pet. With a wide network audience and active community of local network friends on the lookout, we have seen many happy endings on EAN. In addition to posting on EAN, remember to read our lost pet tips, and call the local shelters to file your lost or found report!
Pet Food Bank
The Erie Animal Network Community Pet Food Bank launched on February 14, 2012. What started out as a small mission to help pet owners in need of help due to a temporary set back, turned into a large scale operation. From February 2012 to November 2012, Erie Animal Network distributed over 5,000 pounds of pet food and supplies to pet owners in need in Erie County. Seeing how important this service was we continued to collect donations and have reached over 450,000 pounds of food shared with Erie animal owners in need!