Animal Control

Southeast Area Animal Control Authority (SEAACA) Staff with Animals
Officer and Dog

Due to COVID-19, SEAACA’S Care Center is closed to the public. Modifications in operations have implemented to reduce the spread of COVID-19.


Please check SEAACA's website for more information and updates. Operations are subject to change.


For more information, please call (562) 803-3301 or visit seaaca.org


Outdoor Vaccination Clinics & Licensing Services

Tuesday through Friday: 10 am to 4 pm / Saturday: 9 am to 3 pm 

Adoption Interest 

Call Tuesday through Friday  11 am to 5 pm / Saturday 10 am to 5 pm 

To Claim Your Lost Pet Listed on Seaaca.org

Call Monday through Saturday 8 am to 5 pm

The Southeast Area Animal Control Authority (SEAACA) provides animal care and control services to our residents. SEAACA has five divisions all involved in the provision of animal care and control services. They are Patrol, Veterinarian Clinic, Kennel and Care Center, plus their Shelter Office Team. Funds received from dog licensing fees help the City continue to provide quality animal control services from SEAACA.

Dog Licensing Information

For dog licensing information, view the Dog Licensing page.

Lost Pets

Looking for a lost pet? To assist owners in locating their lost pets and to provide information to prospective adopters, SEAACA photographs pets as they enter our care center. Visit the SEAACA website to view current pets.

The BIG MEOW

The BIG MEOW
White Cat

The BIG MEOW is a program sponsored by SEAACA with the support of donors to provide no-cost spay and neutering of owned outdoor cats. Pet owners can make an appointment now. The surgery clinics are made available on a limited basis to cat owners who live in the SEAACA service area.

Benefits

When people spay or neuter their cats, there are many benefits for the cats and our communities:

  • There are no more unwanted litters on cats crowding shelters every year.
  • A cat’s behavior is improved after altering.
  • Altering has a positive impact on the general health of cats.

Participation

Your participation in the BIG MEOW by altering your cat would be an important step in reducing the surplus cats in our community. In addition to the altering surgery, each cat will receive at no cost a microchip-so your cat has a permanent ID, Vaccines (FVRCP and Rabies), plus the first month of flea preventive treatment.

Call 562-803-3301, ext. 251 for an appointment today - first come first served. (Tuesday through Friday 9 am to 1 pm)

Informational Flyer

Review the BIG MEOW Informational Flyer (PDF) for more information.