Saturday, May 26th

Mew-morial Day Special!

We’re at cat-pacity! Between both locations we currently have 493 cats. Help us make some
space here at the shelter by adopting this weekend. Starting tomorrow adult cats will have $15
adoption fees and kittens will have $50 adoption fees with approved application. This is the first
time in HSCC history we have offered a special on kittens, so if you’ve been waiting to adopt
now is the time. Please note that many of our kittens are waiting for spay/neuter surgery,
but can be pre-adopted this Saturday, and we will honor the special price.

BONUS OFFER: Bring by a case of pate style cat food, poultry flavors only, and we will
give you a $10 voucher good towards any adoption now through the end of 2018. If
you want to donate but are not ready to adopt you can pass the voucher along to a
friend to use at either shelter on their adoption day.

May adoption special

1/2 Price Black Pet Adoptions

Across the nation animal shelters, like HSCC, are filled with black cats and dogs, who are often
overlooked, and the last to be adopted. This May we are shining a light on our fabulous ebony
fur friends, and offering 1/2 price adoption fees for black pets 6+ months in age at both shelters.
Some exclusions apply.

When you stop by HSCC be on the lookout for LOVE IS COLORBLIND
tags on our kennels to know who is included.

 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 here

here’s how you can  help

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

May item of the month

the foster pantry

Kitten season is in full swing, and puppy season is right around the corner. At HSCC we provide
all the items needed to care for the animals, so our foster families can focus on the love without
any financial stress. Please help us fill our foster pantry with needed items for these families.
Foster families are essential for us to continue the important work here at the shelter.

We are asking for donations of the following:

  • Canned kitten/cat food
  • Purina One kitten/cat food
  • Purina One dog/puppy food
  • Non-clumping litter
  • Canned puppy food
  • Kitten/puppy formula
  • Bottles
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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