Warren County – Warren County Animal Control Shelter
The Warren County Animal Control Shelter is an open admission shelter in a rural part of NC (on the Virginia border). They are in some ways out of sight and out of mind for many – but not for Community Partnership for Pets. They are on our radar.
The Shelter Director and Staff are dedicated to ensure that as many animals as possible find their way out of the Shelter through adoptions and transporting to Northeastern States. Even though the Shelter works with a small County budget and small staff, they are passionate about the animals that cross their path.
We are working with the Shelter to get several varieties of spay/neuter programs in place. The non profit, known as CAP, has a modest spay/neuter program in place and we are working with them to add-to what they have already started. We all recognize you can never have too much money when it comes to spaying/neutering pets. Through grants, donations and a Fundraiser, put together by two local CPPI Directors, we have a nice stash-of-money to spay/neuter pets belonging low income Warren County families.
If you are a Warren County resident and want to purchase a spay/neuter voucher,
please call 252 257 6137.
The veterinarian and clinics we are working with want to reduce the number of unwanted animals in their county by offering affordable, high-quality services. We appreciate them.
We are currently working with:
Warrenton Animal Clinic – Warrenton, NC
Dr. David Conde – Henderson, NC
Spay/Neuter Mobile Veterinary Clinic – Raleigh, NC
Dani Bowen, Warren County Shelter Director (front) and her staff pictured at the March 2018 Fundraiser “Pins for Pets”. Money raised from this event has been ear-marked for spay/neuter.
Teaching the next generation about caring for animals is important. These are students from the Vaughan Elementary School visiting the Warren County Animal Shelter as part of the school’s Career Day.
Students from the local Head Start program visited the Warren County Animal Shelter to have some hands-on time learning about dogs, puppies, cats and kittens.
Each animal at the Shelter is important and this sweetie is just waiting for her new family to come for her.
You always know when you find the right pet! Always an instant ‘match made in heaven’.
Regular pet food drives and donations of pet food are very appreciated in a poor, rural Shelter like Warren County Animal Shelter.