Community Partners

Granville County Animal Shelter

The Granville County Animal Shelter is an open admission Shelter and currently does not have either a spay/neuter before adoption or a public spay/neuter program in place. Community Partnership for Pets is working with the Shelter to create both of these programs. The Shelter Director has put together a spay/neuter process and associated programs that will allow spaying/neutering to become an important part of the Shelter’s operations.

The Humane Society of Granville County is a key partner in Granville. They currently have a small spay/neuter program in place that provides families spay/neuter vouchers when they pick up free pet food at the Humane Society’s monthly Pet Food Pantry.

Together Everyone Accomplishes More (TEAM) and CPPI is very happy to be working with these two agencies. CPPI has two of our Directors that live in the Granville area and they are coordinating work for Granville, Warren and Vance Counties.

Granville County Rabies Clinic held Saturday, April 28, 2018.

Granville County Humane Society Fundraiser held April 4, 2018. Pictured is Anne Crews, President of the Humane Society and spokesdog, Murphy.

A sweet cat, one of the many saved by the Granville County Humane Society.

Pitt County Animal Shelter

The Pitt County Animal Shelter is an open admission Shelter and the Shelter Director and Staff work at a 100 mph to ensure the maximum number of dogs and cats leave this Shelter alive!  They do not take ‘no’ for an answer.  They explore all options to ensure a successful outcome for whatever problem they are facing.  Again, this is a small shelter, working with a modest budget, but they have big ideas and big plans for making sure each and every animal that comes to them gets the best chance possible to find a Forever Home.

Community Partnership for Pets, Inc. (CPPI)  is working with this Shelter to provide funding for their Community Cat program.  The Shelter Director and County has agreed to fund more spay/neuter surgeries, by matching a grant offered by CPPI.  The County understands that spay/neuter is an important part of the caring about the people and pets in the community.

Granville County Rabies Clinic held Saturday, April 28, 2018.

Granville County Humane Society Fundraiser held April 4, 2018. Pictured is Anne Crews, President of the Humane Society and spokesdog, Murphy.

A sweet cat, one of the many saved by the Granville County Humane Society.

Polk County – Foothills Humane Society

The Foothills Humane Society is an open admission Shelter; however, because of the dedication of the Executive Director, Shelter Staff, Board and Volunteers, they operate like a no-kill Shelter ensuring a positive outcome for the dogs and cats that come to them.

Community Partnership for Pets has been working with the Foothills Humane Society to improve their spay/neuter program by making changes to their processes as well as writing for grants.

In addition, the Labor of Love transport team, a volunteer group of 3 ladies,  is an integral part of the Shelter. These ladies work  hundreds of hours each week to connect dogs with Northeastern Rescues. Truly a Labor of Love!

Granville County Rabies Clinic held Saturday, April 28, 2018.

Granville County Humane Society Fundraiser held April 4, 2018. Pictured is Anne Crews, President of the Humane Society and spokesdog, Murphy.

A sweet cat, one of the many saved by the Granville County Humane Society.

Rutherford County – Pets Are Worth Saving (P.A.W.S.)

The P.A.W.S. Board and Volunteers are a seamless team who pull out all the stops to make sure that every dog or cat that comes to them has a safety-net.  In addition, they care equally about the families in the community that have pets and may be struggling in many ways. They provide low income families with free pet food, veterinarian care or really whatever is needed to make life better for these families and their pets. This is an all volunteer nonprofit and each and every dollar they receive is stretched to the maximum. These folks are working to make Rutherford County a No-Kill Community and if anyone can do it – they will make it happen!

Community Partnership for Pets has been working with Rutherford County for years; however, we are currently working with them by providing funding for their local veterinarian spay/neuter program and their two monthly spay/neuter transports to Asheville, NC.

Granville County Rabies Clinic held Saturday, April 28, 2018.

Granville County Humane Society Fundraiser held April 4, 2018. Pictured is Anne Crews, President of the Humane Society and spokesdog, Murphy.

A sweet cat, one of the many saved by the Granville County Humane Society.

Warren County Animal Shelter

The Warren County 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.

Granville County Rabies Clinic held Saturday, April 28, 2018.

Granville County Humane Society Fundraiser held April 4, 2018. Pictured is Anne Crews, President of the Humane Society and spokesdog, Murphy.

A sweet cat, one of the many saved by the Granville County Humane Society.

Vance County Animal Shelter

Vance County Animal Shelter is amazing. The Chief of Animal Services and the Shelter Staff do not know any limits when it comes to helping people and pets in their County.  The people under the roof of this Shelter are a resource to anyone and everyone and there is nothing they will not do to help either people or pets. This is an open admission shelter in a rural part of NC and they work to do whatever it takes to make sure each adoptable dog and cat can find a new Forever Home!

Community Partnership for Pets, Inc. (CPPI) is helping the Vance County Animal Shelter with funding so they can make sure no family who wants to spay/neuter their pets will be turned away due to funding. With regular rabies clinics, microchipping and a new pet tag machine, they are pro-active in keeping pets healthy and ensuring that lost pets are reunited with their owners.

They are also our Celebrity-Shelter ! With Chad Olds, Animal Control Officer, who plays his guitar to calm those at the Shelter (both people and pets).  Chad’s viral videos of his music at the Shelter has been featured on Good Morning America, Alan Jackson’s facebook page (yes, that Alan Jackson) , IHeart radio and stories in local Raleigh NC newspapers, to mention a few.

Granville County Rabies Clinic held Saturday, April 28, 2018.

Granville County Humane Society Fundraiser held April 4, 2018. Pictured is Anne Crews, President of the Humane Society and spokesdog, Murphy.

A sweet cat, one of the many saved by the Granville County Humane Society.

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