Mission Statement

The Southeast Area Animal Control Authority, SEAACA, was established in 1975 to answer the community's needs for responsible animal care and control services. With the support of its Board of Commissioners and dedicated staff, SEAACA is committed to providing programs for the caring of abandoned and unwanted pets, reuniting lost pets with their families and matching new homes for adoptable pets. SEAACA promotes responsible pet ownership by providing educational information, insuring access to spay or neuter services at a reasonable cost and insisting people accept the fact their pets are members of the family.