The Ketcher/Keheley Animal shelter in Miami is at capacity and looking to the community to help find safe, loving forever homes for the city's abused and abandoned animals.

MIAMI – The City of Miami’s Ketcher/Keheley Animal shelter is at capacity and needs community help to find safe, loving homes for the area's abused and abandoned animals.

Located at 725 D Street NE on the Truck Route in Miami, the shelter is open to the public between 12 p.m. and 4 p.m, or by calling 918-542-6384 to make an appointment after hours.

Pictures and additional information are also available at the City of Miami Animal Control Facebook page.

Although Miami’s Animal Control unit partners with area animal advocacy and adoption groups, those resources are limited as they also care for the hundreds of animals in need in the region.

The cost to adopt a cat or dog is $25.

Before adoption, animals must be spayed/neutered and vaccinated.

Volunteers are also always needed.