Priscilla’s Pet Pantry is the 4th Saturday of the month from 8am to noon. Volunteers needed – show up and we will put you to good use.
A volunteer-based mission of Trinity Episcopal, Priscilla’s Pet Food Pantry distributes pet food and related pet items to families in need in order to keep pets and their families together in times of hardship. We serve low-income residents, veterans, senior citizens, disabled citizens, and more in Butler County.
The Pet Pantry was founded to help those in need and to honor our former deacon, Jane Ware. Priscilla’s is named after her cat.
You can donate dog and cat food and care items which can be left at the church during office hours (Tuesday thru Friday 9am-1pm) or on Sundays 8am-12pm. Cash donations are also welcome.
City of El Dorado animal regulations:
Each resident must have their dog(s) or cat(s) licensed with a current rabies vaccination. Licenses for sterilized animals are $5 per year and $40 per year for unsterilized animals.
Licenses may be purchased:
El Dorado Animal Shelter, 222 E. Locust, 10am-noon, 1-6pm Tuesday-Friday
or El Dorado City Hall, 220 E. 1st, 8am-4pm at the inside walk up window only.
Each residence may own or harbor no more than four dogs or four cats or any combination thereof without first obtaining a kennel license. The maximum number of permitted fowl without a permit shall not exceed six fowl for a residential lot.
Not permitted within the city limits are farm animals such as roosters, geese, ducks or exotic pets such a constrictor snakes or rear fang snakes. owners of pitbA list of excluded animals is available at the El Dorado Animal Shelter. Owners of pitbulls, pitbull mixes, and American Bullys are required to apply to the city to own these breeds.
Questions regarding animal ownership in the city: 316-322-8844.