may 20th | Crescent Moon Cafe

barkin’ at the moon 7

Purchase Tickets here: www.eventbrite.com

Do you love animals, and sampling craft brews? Then join us for the 7th Annual Barkin’ at the
Moon Event! Beer, cider, and wine from local breweries and wineries. Your ticket includes a
collectable tasting glass, great food, and all the beer/wine samples you like. Silent auction
items will be available to bid on. Must be 21+ to attend. Don’t miss out on this fun event directly
supporting the animals at Humane Society of Catawba County.

A groovy Adopt-a-thon for pit bulls & Pit Mixes

woofstock 2018

Peace, love and pitties! Woofstock 2018 is here, and HSCC is offering 1/2 price adoption fees all
month for Pit Bulls and Pit mixes 6+ months in age. When you stop by the shelter be on the
lookout for tie-dye tags on the kennels to know who is included. Can you dig it!?

Saturday, april 28th

Fostering 101

Join us at HSCC Newton to learn more about becoming a foster family for animals in need.
We provide the food & medical care. You provide the love. We are currently looking for foster
families for short and long term cases. Find out what it takes to get started fostering
puppies, dogs, cats, or kittens. We will answer all your questions, and get you
setup for foster success. Together we can save  lives!

RSVP by calling (828) 466-6812 or email hsccnewton@gmail.com

Now through the end of may

Heartworm test special

Did you know HSCC offers blood tests to public animals to check for heartworms? The earliest
heartworms can be detected is 5 months after a dog has been bitten by an infected mosquito.
Common symptoms include: cough, fatigue, decreased appetite, and weight loss. When you
call to schedule your pet’s appointment be sure to mention our  heartworm test special.

Hickory: (828) 464-8878 | Newton: (828) 466-7171

 

 Kitten season is coming

help hscc to be prepared!

Although it sounds cute, kitten season is no picnic for animal shelters like HSCC. Beginning in
the early Spring cats who are not spayed/neutered go into heat and begin producing kittens at an
alarming rate. HSCC will see a massive increase in the number of homeless kittens starting in
April and continuing through late Summer.

Here’s how you can help:
  1. Ensure that your cats are spayed or neutered. Kittens can become pregnant as early as
    four months in age. Call the Hickory shelter at (828) 464-8878 or the Newton shelter at
    (828) 466-7171 today to schedule your pet’s surgery.
  2. Donate! Many of the kittens that come into our shelters will go straight into foster homes,
    where they will be given around the clock care to ensure that they go on to live happy and
    healthy lives. Your donation of kitten formula and canned kitten food will help
    cut the cost of care!
  3. Become a foster family. During kitten season our greatest need will be safe and loving
    homes for the kittens and their mothers. HSCC provides everything needed for foster
    families and will prepare you for success. Call or stop by either shelter today to see
    how you can get started

April item of the month

bleach

During the month of April we are asking for donations of bleach, a low cost and effective
way to keep our shelters sanitary. Your generosity makes all the difference!

With each donation your name will be entered
into a drawing for a FREE spay/neuter surgery

HSCC is proud to partner with

 

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