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 It is a known fact that the South lags behind in implementing necessary spay/neuter programs and other actions to insure the most humane, economical way to handle the pet overpopulation problem.

Rescues are great!   Some save a few, some many.  We need every single one to save as many lives as possible!

BUT  rescues stepping in to save pets from the shelter’s endangered list or Craig’s list does nothing to ease the problem from occurring again and again.    In fact, it enables irresponsible pet owners to continue to not care.  Why should they?  Threaten pets, especially puppies and kittens will go to the county kill shelter, rescues and private citizens come from everywhere to take them at their own expense to save them.  Many will even pay rehoming fees.

It is our goal to educate the community among other things we do to try to save as many unwanted pets as possible.  It takes a community, people, groups and organizations united to bring about change!  Join us!

Get your application to adopt, foster or volunteer HERE.  You can fill them out online or save it to your computer and attach it in your email to info@friendsofhcacc.org  Your application will be entered into our database.  It will help us get to know you, what your preferences and strengths are!

sp n adopt  If you can’t adopt, foster.  If you can’t foster, donate.  If you can’t donate, spread the word – ADOPT, DON’T SHOP!

 VIEW OUR ADOPTABLE PETS HERE!

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