Partners

Alexander County  – Alexander County Animal Control Shelter

 

They have a spay/neuter program in place and Community Partnership for Pets is working with them to provide additional funding.

For more information, please call 828 632 1199.  

This shelter may be small, but it is bustling with activity to ensure as many dogs and cats can find their forever homes.

Thanks to Animal Rescue Aid, a nonprofit in GA for a donation of Kurunda beds.

The East Alexander Middle School Student Council donated pet food to the shelter. Thank You to everyone at the Middle School.

Beaufort County – Paws and Love, Inc.

 

Paws and Love works to save the lives of feral and unowned cats living in and around Washington, NC. Cats are trapped, spayed/neutered and vaccinated using local veterinarians. Community Partnership for Pets is working with them to provide additional funding.  

For more information, please call 252 649 5060.  

We are currently working with:

Pamlico Animal Hospital – Washington, NC

Tar River Animal Hospital – Washington, NC

Welcome Waggin’ Mobile Veterinary Clinic – Ayden, NC

Founder – Audra Grisham. She is showing volunteers how to use different types of traps to safely catch and transfer cats. 

The NC State Veterinary School travels regularly from Raleigh, NC to Beaufort County to help Paws and Love and other cat rescue groups spay/neuter and vaccinate cats in the county. Thank You!

This staging area is the 1st stop where cats are brought in preparation for their trip to the NC State Veterinary School mobile clinic.

Beaufort County – County Animal Control Shelter

 

Community Partnership for Pets is working with the shelter to help however we can.

For more information, please call  252 926 4517.  

Edgecombe County  – Edgecombe County Animal Control Shelter

 

Working with the County Animal Control Shelter and Friends of Rocky Mount Animals, (a local nonprofit), a variety of spay/neuter programs are in place to help pets in the county. Community Partnership for Pets is working with them to provide additional funding.

For more information, please call:  

Spay/Neuter Coordinator – 252 314 7907

Edgecombe County Shelter – 252 641 4112

City of Rocky Mount Shelter – 252 972 1390

We are currently working with: 

Tarboro Animal Hospital – Tarboro, NC

Animal Control Director – Eugene Taylor. 

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 advertised on various pet-websites so they can be adopted or transferred to another rescue group for adoption.

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

If you want to Save Them, Fix-Em!

Edgecombe County – Friends of Rocky Mount Animals

 

This nonprofit has been a driving force in getting many first-time spay/neuter programs set up in Rocky Mount, NC and Edgecombe County, NC.  They continue to reach out to help other counties set up similar programs.

Founder/Director of Friends of Rocky Mount Animals – Laura Gearhart.

Granville County – Granville County Animal Control Shelter

 

Working with the Shelter we have create several new spay/neuter programs and working with them to provide more funding.

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

For more information, please call 919 693 6749.   

We are currently working with: 

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

Spay/Neuter Mobile Veterinary Clinic – Raleigh, NC

Animal Control Director –  Matt Katz.

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

Community Partnership for Pets and the Granville County Animal Shelter started the county-wide spay/neuter program April 2019.  The mobile spay/neuter clinic travels from Raleigh, NC to set up their clinic to perform surgeries on-site at the shelter.

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 this shelter and place in their adoption program.

Community Partnership for Pets is working with the Humane Society to provide additional funding.

For more information about spay/neuter and pet food assistance, please call 919 632 1295. 

Granville County Humane Society volunteers set up the distribute pet food to families in the county who need a little extra help to feed their pets.

President of Granville County Humane Society  – Anne Crews and spokesdog Murphy.

One of the many saved by the Granville County Humane Society.

Hertford County – PAWS of Hertford County 

 

PAWS of Hertford is a nonprofit that pulls dogs and cats from the county shelter. They have a spay/neuter program in place to help families fix their pets and Community Partnership for Pets is helping them by providing funding.

For more information, please call 252 642 7297. 

 We are currently working with:

PETA Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics – Three locations in VA

PAWS Director – JoAnn Jones.

Meet Rosie. She is enjoying the new kuraunda  bed donated by Animal Rescue Aid (ARA). ARA is a non profit in GA who donated beds to shelters across the U.S.

Weekly adoption connect great shelter dogs and cats with their new family.

Hertford County – Hertford County Animal Control Shelter

 

The Hertford County Animal Control Shelter and the PAWS of Hertford County shelter sit next door to each other. They work together to ensure as many dogs and cats are placed into loving homes or transported to reputable rescue groups in the Northeast. Community Partnership for Pets is working with the shelter and helping them however we can.

For more information, please call 252 358 7861.  

Martin County – Inner Banks Canine Rescue

 

In addition to rescuing, this group is working to help families get their pets spayed/neutered. Community Partnership for Pets is working with them to provide additional funding.

We are currently working with:

Williamston Veterinary Hospital – Williamston, NC

Spay/Neuter Coordinator – Cheryle Barnes.

Meet Alfie – Gone but not forgotten. As hard as everyone works to save them all – it is not possible. Spay/Neuter along with the continued good work done by rescue groups will ensure we Can Save More !

Miss Mollie was spayed through CPPI’s spay/neuter program since the price was affordable. Surgery will reduce her chances of getting cancer and will STOP her from producing any unwanted puppies.

Mitchell County –  Mitchell County Animal Rescue 

 

Mitchell County Animal Rescue has a two spay/neuter programs in place and Community Partnership for Pets is working with them to provide additional funding.

For information, please call 828 765 6952.

We are currently working with:

ASPCA Spay/Neuter Clinic – Asheville, NC

Executive Director – Amber Lowery.

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 is a no-kill facility and pulls dogs and cats from the County Animal Control Shelter. Community Partnership for Pets is working in this county to fund more spay/neuter surgeries so families can fix their pets.  

For more information, please call 336 465 3702, email mcspayneuter@gmail.com, or visit our facebook page Montgomery County, NC, Spay Neuter.

We are currently working with:

West Pine Animal Hospital – West End, NC

Founder and Director – Sally Morris.

Another successful adoption.

Dogs and cats ready and waiting for the Spay/Neuter Transport Van from Greensboro, NC to pick them up where they will go to Greensboro for surgery and return the next day for their family to pick them up.

Montgomery County – Montgomery County Animal Control Shelter

 

The Montgomery County Animal Control Shelter sits next door to the Montgomery County Humane Society.   Community Partnership for Pets is working with this county to fund more spay/neuter so more families can affords to fix their pets. 

For more information, please call 336 465 3702, email mcspayneuter@gmail.com, or visit our facebook page Montgomery County, NC, Spay Neuter.

 We are currently working with:

West Pine Animal Hospital – West End, NC

Pitt County – Pitt County Animal Control Shelter

 

The Pitt County Animal Control Shelter serves a county with over 176,000 people in it so many dogs pass through this shelter in need of a new home. The Shelter Director and staff work hard to find homes and reputable rescues to save as many animals as possible. Community Partnership for Pets is working with them to provide additional funding.

For more information, please call 252 902 1726. 

We are currently working with:

Spay Today Spay/Neuter Clinic – Greenville, NC

Animal Care of Greenville – Greenville, NC

Shelter Director – Michele Whaley.

The Pitt County Shelter is reducing the number of homeless cats entering their Shelter by putting a TNR (trap-neuter-release) program in place.

Seniors for Seniors Adoption Event connects senior dogs and cats with senior pet owners.

Happy Pup – Happy People.

Educating the next generation of animal advocates is the Shelter’s goal through the  Pet Responsibility Class. Photo of the Award Ceremony held on the last day of class.

Improving the lives of animals comes in many forms including installing a kennel so dogs 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.

The Pantry serves five NC counties at this time (Beaufort, Green, Lenior, Martin and Pitt counties).

The Pantry requires families to spay/neuter their pets in order to receive long-term assistance.  Community Partnership for Pets is working with them to provide additional funding.

For more information about pet food assistance or to get your pet spayed/neutered, please call 252 689 6122. 

We are currently working with:

Spay Today Spay/Neuter Clinic – Greenville, NC

Animal Care of Greenville – Greenville, NC

The Pet Food Pantry volunteers – serving  people and pets.

This pet owner, after being injured, needed help to feed his dog. Smiles Abound as people and pets get they help they need.

These volunteers travel outside their county to help communities who have hard hit by  floods, tornadoes, etc..

Meet Peanut and his dad who is a Veteran. They are helped by the pantry.

Visitors to the pet food pantry. They like the car ride and the food both. They have all been fixed so their owners can maintain a manageable number of pets.

The Pet Food Pantry does more than just provide food. A family who had 2 unexpected litters (18 puppies) came to the Pantry for help. Adult dogs were fixed and puppies      re-homed. Win-Win.

Polk County – Foothills Humane Society

 

The Foothills Humane Society works hard to ensure as many dogs and cats coming into their small shelter can find a new home. Community Partnership for Pets has completed our work with this shelter by helping them set up a new program and provided some upfront funding. 

For more information about the program they have in place, please call 828 863 4445.   

New Executive Director joined Foothills Humane Society October 2020.

Foothills Humane Society partners with several groups that support our Veterans  through dog training and veterinary care.

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

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

 

P.A.W.S. is a nonprofit who has put many programs in place to be a safety-net for helping people with pets in and around Rutherford County.  Their goal has been 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 to provide additional funding.

For more information, please call 888 422 7303. 

We are currently working with:

ASPCA Spay/Neuter Clinic – Asheville, NC

Foothills Animal Clinic – Forest City, NC

Animal Allies – Spartanburg, SC

Founder/Director – Janice Mitchell.

Helping families keep their pets healthy is important so PAWS-RC hosts frequent low cost drive-thru rabies clinics.

The ASPCA Spay/Neuter Clinic from Asheville, NC meets families and PAWS volunteers in Rutherford County two times per month to transport pets to Asheville for their surgery. Pick Up day is always a happy time for all.

ASPCA mobile Spay/Neuter Clinic travels to Rutherford County to pick up dogs and cats and transport them to Asheville, NC for their spay/neuter surgery.

The P.A.W.S.-RC works to improve the lives of dogs and cats each day in any way.

P.A.W.S.-RC works with a transport group to help dogs and cats fine new homes in the Northeast. Blue’s new family.

Vance County – Vance County Animal Control Shelter

 

The Vance County Animal Shelter is a community resource to the people and pets in the county. Community Partnership for Pets is working with them to provide additional funding to help pets.

For more information, please call 252 492 3136.   

We are currently working with:

Dr. David Conde –  Henderson, NC

West Hills Veterinary Centre – Henderson, NC

Chief – Frankie Nobles.

One of the cuties at the Vance County Animal Shelter.

The shelter re-purposed a fenced area by adding ramps, dog-friend play equipment and benches. Now there is a new place for dogs to exercise and families to sit and spend more time with dogs they may be wanting to adopt.

Vance County – Ruin Creek Animal Protection Society (R.C.A.P.S.)

 

A nonprofit in Vance County, their mission is to pull dogs and cats from the county shelter and get them spayed/neutered, vetted and transported to the reputable rescue groups in the Northeast. Community Partnership for Pets is working with them to help them however we can.

For more information, please email to: info@rcaps.org

This dog is on his way out of the Vance County Animal Shelter and will be vetted and ready to take a trip up ‘north’ to find his new forever home thanks to RCAPS.

Kittens getting their last bit of ‘lovin’ as they get ready for their trip up North to be placed in a home with a loving family.

The Ride to Freedom van which the Ruin Creek Animal Protection Society uses to transport dogs and cats to the Northeast.

Warren County – Warren County Animal Control Shelter

 

The Warren County Animal Control Shelter works hard each day to get dogs and cats adopted, reunited with their owners or place with rescue groups both inside and outside of North Carolina. We are working with them to provide funding.

For more information, please call 252 257 6137.   

We are currently working with:

Warrenton Animal Clinic – Warrenton, NC

Dr. David Conde – Henderson, NC

Spay/Neuter Mobile Veterinary Clinic – Raleigh, NC

Animal Control Director – Dani Bowen (front).

Students from Vaughan Elementary School at the shelter as part of Career Day. 

Students from local Head Start program learning more about how to care for dogs and cats.

Each animal at the Shelter is important and this sweetie is looking for a new family.

You always know when you find the right pet!  Always an instant ‘match made in heaven’.

Regular pet food drives and donations help the shelter and the pets.

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