Partners

Alexander County  – Alexander County Animal Control Shelter

They currently have a small spay/neuter program in place. Community Partnership for Pets is working with them to expand this program by providing funding.

If you would like more information about their spay/neuter program, please give them a call at 828 632 1199. They are very happy to help. 

Though this shelter is small, it is bustling with activity to ensure as many dogs and cats as possible can find their forever homes.

Thanks to Animal Rescue Aid, a non profit in Atlanta, the residents at the Alexander County Animal Shelter have new Kurunda beds to rest on while they wait for their new family to come for them.

The East Alexander Middle School Student Council presented the shelter with a huge donation of pet food to help the shelter. Thank You to everyone at the Middle School.

Beaufort County – Paws and Love, Inc.

As a small, all volunteer, nonprofit in Beaufort County, feral and un-owned cats in and around Washington, NC are trapped and transported to partnering veterinarians who provide spay/neuter surgeries. Typically, feral cats are provided food and shelter by a caretaker. For those cats who are not cared for or are located near busy commercial areas or roadways, effort is made to relocate them after surgery. A local pet food pantry provides food to help caretakers once sterilized animals are returned.

 As in most communities, feral cats are considered a nuisance. When trapped and transported to county shelters they are euthanized. Understanding the dynamics of feral cat colony management is key to keeping them from breeding and thereby becoming a nuisance and ultimately dying.

For more information about Trap-Neuter-Release through Paws and Love, Inc., please call 

252 649 5060.  

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The veterinarian and clinics we are working with are ‘all in’.  They 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:   

Pamilco Animal Hospital – Washington, NC

Tar River Animal Hospital – Washington, NC

Welcome Waggin’ Mobile Veterinary Clinic – Ayden, NC

Founder of Paws & Love, Inc., Audra Grisham, can be seen here demonstrating how to use different types of traps to safely catch and transfer cats. While their focus is feral cats (cats that are wild and rarely seen) they do not want any cats to suffer living in/around Beaufort County. They help the community with unowned, stray and abandoned cats and kittens making sure they are spayed, neutered and vaccinated. 

Board Member, Mary Ruth Coleman, worked with some amazing students from the Bubblegum Theater in Washington, NC to perform a short play on cats and how they all deserve to be loved and cared for.

Working with feral cats is a difficult project for volunteers and veterinarians. Volunteers never know how many cats they can trap in one day and this means it is difficult to schedule time with the veterinarian. We thank the Pamelico Animal Hospital for their commitment to Paws and Love and the feral cats.

The NC State Veterinary School ‘TEAM’ from Raleigh, NC comes regularly to Beaufort to help Paws N Love and other groups working to help the homeless cat population. Typically, during these events, they can fix over 100 cats at a time. Thank you to the School and volunteers and agencies who make this happen. 

This is the work-area where all the feral cats are brought and staged in preparation for their trip to the NC State Veterinary School. Along with Paws & Love, other feral rescue groups participate in this spay/neuter program. It does take a ‘community’ of caring people to save the lives of these precious cats.

After feral cats are spayed, neutered and vaccinated they come back to this temporary area for their caretakers to pick them up and take them home. We thank the volunteers, caretakers and the veterinarians and clinics for working so hard to give these feral cats a SECOND CHANCE.

Edgecombe County  – Edgecombe County Animal Control Shelter

Working with the Friends of Rocky Mount Animals, a local non profit, spay/neuter programs are made available to county families. Currently these two groups offer affordable sterilization surgeries pets of low-income families can be fixed. In addition, Friends of Rocky Mount Animals partners with the shelter to ensure animals adopted from the shelter are sterilized and vaccinated. Local veterinarians provide discounted surgeries which is sincerely appreciated.

Community Partnership for Pets is working with these two groups to provide funding for both spay/neuter programs.

If you want to get your pets spayed or neutered and live in Edgecombe County these are the phone numbers to call. They will be happy to help you get your pet(s) fixed. 

Spay/Neuter Coordinator – 252 314 7907

Edgecombe County Shelter 252 641 4112 

City of Rocky Mount Shelter 252 972 1390

Meet Eugene Taylor, Shelter Director. He and his staff work throughout the County helping people and pets. They work closely with rescue groups, transport groups and others to ensure as many dogs and cats find loving, forever homes as possible. Eugene works with Laura Gearhart (see information below) to make sure that affordable spay/neuter programs are available. CPPI is working with these two groups to provide more funding so more surgeries can be done in this County.

Many wonderful dogs come into the Edgecombe County Animal Shelter through no fault of their own. The Shelter and staff work hard to ensure these great dogs (and cats) are posted on various pet-websites so they can be adopted or transferred to another rescue group for adoption.

When you are ready to adopt – please always look at County Animal Shelters first. You Best Friend is waiting for you.

Did you know that a female cat can give birth to 4-5 litters of kittens in 1 year.

The size of litters can range from 2-7 kittens.  This is why animal shelters across NC are overrun with cats and kittens. Edgecombe County has several easy to use spay/neuter programs in place, so there is no reason for not getting your cats (and dogs) spayed or neutered.

If you want to Save Them, Fix-Em!

Edgecombe County – Friends of Rocky Mount Animals

This non profit has been a driving force in getting many first-time spay/neuter programs set up in Rocky Mount, NC.  They continue to branch out helping more communities and counties as they are committed to save the lives of innocent dogs and cats.

They have set up and implemented a Mandatory Spay/Neuter Adoption Program to ensure all dogs and cats adopted from the shelters they are working with are spayed/neutered. They then implemented the Spay a Mom Program. When a litter of puppies or kittens are turned into the Edgecombe County Animal Control Shelter, mom and dad will be spayed/neutered for free. They have implemented many, many programs with a single focus to help people, pets and the Counties and communities they work with.

 

 

We are honored to work with Founder/Director of Friends of Rocky Mount Animals, Laura Gearhart. Laura and her son Alex started this non profit in October 2002.

Granville County – Granville County Animal Control Shelter

The Granville County Animal Control Shelter is an open admission Shelter. Community Partnership for Pets is working with the Shelter to implement a spay/neuter before adoption program. We have worked with the Shelter to get a spay/neuter program in place so any/all families can get their pets fixed, we have more work to do. A new shelter is built and should be open Mid 2020.

The Shelter works closely with the Humane Society of Granville County.

 

If you want to get your pet spayed or neutered and live in Granville County, please the Granville County Animal Shelter at 919 693 6749.  

 

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The veterinarian and spay/neuter clinics we are working with are ‘all in’.  They 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:   

Mule Town Veterinary Hospital (feral cats only – Creedmoor, NC

Spay/Neuter Mobile Veterinary Clinic – Raleigh, NC

 

Shelter Director of Granville County, Matt Katz. Matt can be found on weekends at adoption events, grand openings for the new Granville Dog Park and just about anything animal related.

Grand Opening of the new Hix Dog Park in Oxford, NC (Granville County).

Groundbreaking ceremony was held on March 12, 2019 to announce the building of a new Granville County Animal Shelter. The current shelter is over 80 years old. The new shelter should be ready late Fall 2020.

Community Partnership for Pets and the Granville County Animal Shelter have announced their county-wide spay/neuter program in April 2019. The first spay/neuter surgeries were done under this new program on April 17, 2019. The mobile spay/neuter van from Raleigh, NC came to the Shelter and set up in the parking lot. Families brought their pets, dropped them off and picked them up at the end of the day. All spayed or neutered and vaccinated.

Many wonderful dogs come into the Granville County Animal Shelter through no fault of their own. Please visit a County Shelter when you are ready to adopt.

Please Opt to Adopt. You will be Saving Their Life and They Will Be Forever Grateful ! 

Many wonderful cats and kittens can be found at the Granville County Animal Shelter.

A female cat can produce 4-5 litters of kittens in 1 year. While she is nursing her kittens, she can get pregnant again. Cats and kittens can be spayed or neutered at 3-4 months of age so please don’t wait. Our Shelters are full of so many unplanned litters of kittens.

Granville County – Humane Society of Granville County

The Humane Society of Granville County is a key partner with the Granville County Animal Control Shelter. They pull many cats from the County Animal Control Shelter and put into their adoption program.  They are a small group; however, you would never know it by the amount of good work they do each and every day.

CPPI has provided some funding toward spay/neuter of pets who are receiving pet food through the Humane Society’s Pet Food Pantry and look forward to continue our partnership with this wonderful group.

If you would like more information about spay/neuter assistance and pet food assistance, please contact the Granville County Humane Society at 919 632 1295. 

The Humane Society of Granville operates a Pet Food Pantry to help needy families feed their pets. As part of their pet food program, the Humane Society offers families free spay/neuter surgery for their pets.

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.

Volunteers with the Granville County Humane Society are setting up their tables to help distribute pet food to local families in need. Keeping a pet at home with their family is  important and reduces the pet’s chances of becoming homeless. Thank you for the tireless hours these volunteers spend helping others. 

Photos from our Annual Fundraiser called Pins for Pets. Bowling teams decorate their bowling lanes and bowl to raise money to fund spay/neuter programs for families living in Granville County.

Throughout the year, the Granville County Humane Society partners with local businesses to host fundraisers to help fund their pet food, adoption and spay/neuter programs. Vino Oasi, Stem, NC has provided a great venue for food, entertainment, raffles and getting animal-lovers together. 

Hertford County – PAWS of Hertford County 

PAWS currently has a small spay/neuter program in place. CPPI is working with them to improve this program and provide much needed funding. We are also working with them to write grants for Shelter improvements, etc..

If you would like more information about getting your pet spayed or neutered, please contact PAWS of Hertford at 252 642 7297. 

 

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The veterinarian and spay/neuter clinics we are working with are ‘all in’.  They 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:   

PETA Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics – Three locations in VA

 

Meet PAWS of Hertford Director JoAnn Jones. She and her volunteers work closely with the county animal shelter that sits just a few steps away. They pull as many dogs and cats as possible to reduce overcrowding in the county shelter. All pets adopted are spayed/neutered and tested. We thank each of them for their hard work and commitment.

Meet Rosie. She is enjoying the new kuraunda  bed that was provided by Animal Rescue Aid (ARA). ARA is a non profit in GA working to make the lives of shelter animals more comfortable.  We thank ARA for helping shelter animals across the U.S. 

Weekly adoption events help PAWS of Hertford get wonderful dogs and cats adopted so more can be pulled from the county animal shelter. We thank PAWS volunteers and families who  Opt to Adopt!

Martin County – Innerbanks Rescue  

Martin County is expanding their spay/neuter program to offer additional financial assistance to help low-income families who do not qualify to use their current program. CPPI is providing the funding for this new program so no family will be turned away due to the cost of surgery.

If you would like to get your pet spayed or neutered, please call 252 792 3000 for more information. 

Mitchell County –  Mitchell County Animal Rescue   

Mitchell County Animal Rescue has a two great spay/neuter programs in place and they are working. There only need at this time is funding, which CPPI is providing them.

For information about their spay/neuter program, please call 828 765 6952.

Meet Amber Lowery, Director for Mitchell County Animal Rescue.

Participating in regular off-site adoption events is an absolute-must to help more dogs and cats find their loving, forever homes!

These are the doors you can pass through to adopt your Forever Friend at the Mitchell County Animal Rescue Shelter.

Montgomery County – Montgomery County Humane Society

The Montgomery County Humane Society and the Montgomery County Animal Control Shelter sit next door to each other.  The Humane Society is a no-kill facility and pulls dogs and cats from the County Animal Control Shelter. The Humane Society is operated by a dedicated Shelter Director and volunteers who make sure the animals in their care find their loving, forever home. Each animal adopted from the Humane Society is spayed/neutered, vaccinated and ready to be adopted into their new ‘forever home’. Community Partnership for Pets is working with the Humane Society by writing for grants and helping with on-line fundraising. In addition, we are providing funding to help spay/neuter pets belonging to low income families in Montgomery County.

 

If you want to get your pet spayed or neutered, please call 336 465 3702, email mcspayneuter@gmail.com or visit our facebook page Montgomery County, NC, Spay Neuter.

 

Meet Sally Morris, Founder and Director of the Montgomery County Humane Society.

A very special Happy Ending!  A match made in heaven at the Montgomery County Humane Society.

Sally Morris with one her rescues, Bones. He came to the shelter in terrible shape, but within minutes he was in Sally’s lap wanting to be loved and cared for. Through GOFUNDME and many wonderful donors, CPPI was able to raise the money needed to take care of all of Bone’s medical needs.

Montgomery County – Montgomery County Animal Control Shelter

The Montgomery County Animal Control Shelter and the Montgomery County Humane Society are located next door to each other. Leon Everett is the County Shelter Director.

Community Partnership for Pets expanded the modest spay/neuter program that was in place. Our Spay/Neuter coordinators and volunteers in Montgomery County are working tireless to get more animals spayed/neutered than ever before.

If you want to get your pet spayed or neutered, please call 336 465 3702, email mcspayneuter@gmail.com or visit our facebook page Montgomery County, NC, Spay Neuter.

 

The veterinarian and spay/neuter clinics we are working with are ‘all in’.  They want to reduce the number of unwanted animals in their county by offering affordable, high-quality services. We so appreciate them.  We are currently working with:   

West Pine Animal Hospital – West End, NC

Spay/Neuter Clinic of the Sandhills, Vass, NC

Humane Society of the Piedmont, Greensboro, NC

 

Pitt County – Pitt County Animal Control Shelter

The Pitt County Animal Control Shelter is an open admission Shelter., 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 these Shelter to provide funding for their Community Cat program.  This is a program to spay or neuter un-owned stray or feral cats in the community.

If you are a Pitt County resident and want to get your cats fixed through the Community Cat Program please call 252 902 1726. 

If you have dogs and want to get them spayed or neutered  (or) cats that would not qualify under the Community Cat Program, please call the Pitt County Pet Food Pantry at 252 689 6122. 

Michele Whaley, Pitt County Shelter Director,  bottle feeding a young kitten. Each dog and cat in the shelter is important to her.

The Pitt County Shelter has taken the next step to reduce the number of homeless cats entering and dying at their Shelter.  They have put in place a TNR (trap-neuter-release) program to trap community cats. A community cat is either a feral cat or unowned (stray) cat. This photo shows shelter staff transporting feral cats for surgery.

Pitt County hosts Seniors for Seniors Adoption Event. Many times senior dogs and cats are overlooked in animal shelters. However, seniors can be a great addition to a family.

Nothing better than a pet finding their forever home with a family.

The Pitt County Shelter is very involved in educating the next generation of children through their Pet Responsibility Program. This photo is of the Assembly event held on the last day of the Pet Responsibility Class.

Improving the lives of animals comes in many forms including building fences so pets can enjoy a chain-free life.

Pitt County – The Pet Food Pantry of Eastern NC

The Pet Food Pantry of Eastern NC was founded in 2013 by four ladies who wanted to make a difference in the lives of people and pets in Eastern NC. They knew first hand that animals were surrendered to local animal shelters when their owners faced a financial crisis. Low income families makes choices each day on how to feed and care for themselves and their pets.

The Pantry serves five NC counties at this time (Beaufort, Green, Lenior, Martin and Pitt counties). The Pantry receives pet food from a variety of sources and work hard to make sure they have ample food and pet products available. They are giving food and hope to these families and their pets.

The Pantry also requires families to spay/neuter their pets in order to receive long-term assistance.  Community Partnership for Pets is honored to work alongside this group to fund spay/neuter surgeries for these pets.

If you need assistance with pet food and/or want to get your pets spayed or neutered please contact the Pet Food Pantry at 252 689 6122. 

 

 

The Pet Food Pantry is staffed by a group of wonderful people who care about the people and pets in their community.

One of the families served by the Pet Food Pantry. The owner, after being injured needed help to feed his wonderful golden retriever. Smiles Abound as people and pets make their way to the Pet Food Pantry for help.

The Pet Food Pantry team of volunteers stand ready to leave the area and travel to other communities and counties that have experienced floods, tornadoes, etc.. This is just some of the great volunteers that work tirelessly to help people and pets in need. 

Meet Peanut, a chihuahua-terrier mix. His owner is a Veteran and lives on a limited-fixed income.  The Pet Food Pantry provides families with pet food assistance plus they offer free spay/neuter assistance so as to avoid those ‘unwanted litters’.

The Pet Food Pantry knows that cost of the spay/neuter surgery is the primary reason many owned pets do not get altered. By offering free spay/neuter to help low income pet owners fix their pets, reduces the number of unwanted animals from entering local shelters. These 3 sweet-babies have all been fixed and come to the Pet Food Pantry once a month to get pet food and other goodies.

The Pet Food Pantry does more than just provide food. This family’s two dogs gave birth to 18 puppies. The Pet Food Pantry helped the family get the dogs they were keeping spayed and neutered. They also help the family re-home the puppies. Helping families maintain a manageable number of animals helps keep them out of animal shelters.

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.

If you are a Polk County resident and want to purchase a spay/neuter voucher,

please call 828 863 4445.   

Meet Executive Director Michele Brule’. She joined Foothills Humane Society June 2019.

Photo of the annual Animal Fair fundraiser held at Speigel Farms in Landrum, SC. The event is awesome and raises money to provide services for all the dogs and cats that come into the Foothills Humane Society.

Cute puppies at the annual Animal Fair fundraiser in Landrum, SC.

Foothills Humane Society partners with several groups that support Our Heros, Our Veterans, through dog training, veterinary care for service dogs, etc..

The Humane Society never misses an opportunity to make sure senior dogs and cats get all the exposure possible so they too, can find a forever home.

A sweet cat, one of the many saved by the Foothill 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 the ASPCA Spay/Neuter Clinic in Asheville, NC.

If you are a  Rutherford County resident and want to spay/neuter your pet,

please call 888 422 7303. 

Meet Janice Mitchell, Founder of Pets Are Worth Saving of Rutherford County, NC (PAWS-RC).  Janice, along with her community are working to turn Rutherford County, NC into a No-Kill Community. PAWS-RC provides pet food to low income families, helps these same families with emergency veterinarian care and offers low cost and free spay/neuter services.  PAWS-RC is making a huge difference and we thank her and everyone working with this group.

Helping families keep their pets healthy is important to keep pets in their home.  PAWS-RC hosts frequent drive-through rabies vaccination clinics to help families in the community keep their pets’ rabies vaccinations up to date. Each service provided improves the lives of the animals in the community.

Donations, grants and fundraisers and support from Community Partnership for Pets, helps the PAWS-RC group fund the many programs that Save the Lives of animals in Rutherford County, NC.  A golf tournament brought animal lovers and golfers together for a great day of golf and to support a worthy organization. Take a closer look at the 16th green pictured here.  It is in Lake Lure, NC at the Bald Mountain Golf Course. This green was famous in the movie Dirty Dancing. 

Two times per month the team from P.A.W.S. coordinates spay/neuter surgeries through the ASPCA Spay/Neuter Clinic in Asheville, NC. The van travels down, picks up 30-40 dogs and cats and takes them to the spay/neuter clinic in Asheville for their surgery and vaccinations. Next day, all pets are returned to Rutherford County where they families pick them up.

Many times the quality of life for a dog or cat can be improved with either a dog house, feral cat box or just a bag or two of pet food. The P.A.W.S. groups works to improve the lives of dogs and cats each day.

P.A.W.S. is part of a transport group that matches local dogs and cats with Forever Homes in the Northeast. This is Blue, one of the lucky ones who found his new family ‘Up North’.

Vance County – Vance County Animal Control Shelter

Vance County Animal Control 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 Control 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.

If you are a  Vance County resident and want to spay/neuter your pet,

please call 252 492 3136.   

This is Chief Frankie Nobles of Vance County Animal Services. He has a huge heart for the animals that enter the Shelter and he and his staff work tirelessly to make sure as many as possible will find loving, forever homes. We thank Frankie and everyone working with and helping the Vance County Animal Shelter.

One of the cuties at the Vance County Animal Shelter.  To ensure as many puppies and kittens find forever homes,
Community Partnership for Pets and the Vance County Animal Shelter are working together to spay/neuter as many pets as possible. We can never solve the problem to too many homeless animals until we have a solid spay/neuter program in place along with rescue/adoption.

The Vance County Animal Shelter has improved a fenced in area with ramps, edible plants and this area is now called the Enrichment Garden. This is a wonderful place where dogs can relax and have down-time vs. being in the Shelter all day. Looks like we have a happy customer here.

The SNAP-NC Van (Spay/Neuter Assistance Program of NC) comes to Vance County as residents sign up for this service throughout the year. This surgical clinic can perform up to 30 spay/neuter surgeries per day.

Pet owners who had their pets fixed using the SNAP-NC van.

Vance County Animal Shelter sponsored a Veteran’s Walk to celebrate all they have done for our Country. The event includes many activities and adoptions.

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.   

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.

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