Does your rescue group or shelter want to attend?

Would your rescue group like to be a part of the next IndyMega Event? Our focus is currently central Indiana shelters so that we can empty the kill shelters in and around Indianapolis. If your shelter is located in Marion and surrounding counties, please fill out the form below. (If you’re located beyond the central Indiana area, you’re welcome to tell us more about your availability – we may expand depending on local participation.) We make no guarantee of participation until you are contacted and confirmed.

The next Indy Mega Adoption Event is scheduled for October 14 and 15, 2017 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis. Groups must agree to $30 adoption fees at the event. Additionally, rescue groups and no-kill shelters that participate must agree to assist Indianapolis Animal Care Services with any remaining IACS animals at the end of the event or agree to pull animals from the shelter after the event. This is a requirement for participating.
If your rescue group or shelter would like to participate, please answer the following questions:

ABOUT YOUR GROUP

ALL animals must be spayed or neutered. If your animals will need rabies or vaccines you must make arrangements with the rescue group coordinator before these animals can be brought to the event. You do NOT have to bring all animals on the first day. However, please keep in mind that Saturday is expected to be a slightly busier day.
ALL animals must be spayed or neutered. If your animals will need rabies shots or other vaccines, you must make arrangements with the rescue group coordinator before these animals can be brought to the event. You do NOT have to bring all animals on the first day. However, please keep in mind that Saturday is expected to be a slightly busier day.
Your group is responsible for processing all adoptions and must be able to man both your dog and your cat adoptions. These will not be in the same room or easily accessible to each other. Some volunteers will be provided to assist you, but you should be fully prepared to be as self-sufficient as possible.