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The Kentucky Animal Care and Control Association was incorporated in March, 1988, for the purpose to improve the skills, knowledge, abilities, and image of animal control care and personnel; to improve animal control care practices; to inform the public on the nature and importance of animal control care work and to promote better laws and law-enforcement methods relating to animals.

Our membership is made up of Animal Control Officers (ACO) and animal shelter workers in the Commonwealth of Kentucky charged with the statutory responsibility of providing animal services to our respective jurisdictions for the sake of public health and safety.

KACCA By-Laws
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