I am just a baby! I was brought to the shelter by animal control 4 times before the law sided with me and I was surrendered by my owner. I was left locked in a shed several times with no food or water for days. I was locked in there this last time with newborn puppies. My puppies are all ready for adoption and I am too! I am in a foster home so you can't see me at the shelter. My foster mom will bring me to meet you at the shelter if you call and make an appointment. Call Rhonda at 985-630-9191.I have been with my foster mom for 3 months and she wants to make sure I go to a good home. You must have a fenced yard or be willing to walk me outside. if you leave me unattended I will wander. A vet check and home check will be done before I am allowed to go home with you. I am waiting!!
Pearl River County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a Mississippi state non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the welfare and humane treatment of animals throughout the county. It operates solely from funds provided locally. Private donations are important to accomplishing this mission.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Our pets are available for adoption at 1700 Palestine Road in Picayune, Tuesday through Saturday 10 to 4. After hour appointments can be made. We are also at PETsMART in Slidell with our dogs most Sundays, our cats are on display there during all store hours 7 days a week.
Our Adoption Process...
We do same day adoptions after a personal interview. We have a contract that requires Veterinary care and proper treatment. Our cats must be indoors and not declawed, most dogs require a fenced yard. Our cats and kittens are adopted already spayed/neutered. Our dogs and puppies are adopted already S/N. See our adoption fees at http://prcspca.org/our_adoption_fees.htm
We accept cash and credit/debit cards for our adoption fees.
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