Monday, June 25 – Friday, June 29

Prepare Your Pet for the
4th with $15 Microchips

 Every Saturday in June

#caturday at Hscc

June is adopt a shelter cat month, which comes at the peak of Kitten Season. Between our two
shelters we will see 500+ cats at any given time. Your choice to adopt makes all the difference.
Every Saturday during the month of June is #caturday at HSCC. We’re lowering the adoption fees
for cats to $15 and kittens to $50 at both shelters. Spread the word and help us find loving
homes for kitties from our community.

sATURDAY, jULY 7 ~ 10AM – 12PM

OFFSITE RABIES CLINIC

Humane Society of Catawba County with our community partners is proud to offer offsite
Rabies Clinics. One year Rabies vaccines will be available for $7. All dogs must be on a
leash and under control of the dog owner at all times, and all cats must be in a carrier for
the safety and security of the cat. No appointment is necessary. Rabies clinics are
available to any member of the public and are not limited to residents of Catawba County.

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

cat litter

Can’t adopt a pet right now, but want
to help out your furry friends at HSCC?
Donate our Item of the Month. During
the month of June we are asking for
donations on non-clumping clay type
litter. Between our shelters we consume
almost 300lbs of this stuff each day.
Your donations help us to continue the
important work of housing and adopting
homeless animals from our community.

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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