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Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Brown Tabby
Age
Senior
Sex
Female
Pet ID
18154420-22-0154
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

June 30, 2022, 3:09 pm
June 30, 2022, 3:09 pm
Shelter

Macon County Humane Society - Appalachian Animal Rescue Center

Contact info
Pet ID
18154420-22-0154
Contact
Todd Ortiz
Address
Franklin, NC 28734
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

It is a $65.00 adoption fee and that covers spay & neuter, all vaccines, Micro-chipping, deworming, ID tag, a free health exam visit and 1 month free health insurance. We have 1 contract, several information sheets and 1 questionnaire to be filled out. We require that potential adopters be over the age of 18 own a home or have a rental agreement that states that you are allowed to have an animal at that residents. We do not allow animals to be left outside all the time or on a chain.
It is a $65.00 adoption fee and that covers spay & neuter, all vaccines, Micro-chipping, deworming, ID tag, a free health exam visit and 1 month free health insurance. We have 1 contract, several information sheets and 1 questionnaire to be filled out. We require that potential adopters be over the age of 18 own a home or have a rental agreement that states that you are allowed to have an animal at that residents. We do not allow animals to be left outside all the time or on a chain.

Go meet their pets

851 Lake Emory Rd. Franklin, NC 28734 Shelter Hours: Monday 11am – 4pm Tuesday 11am – 4pm Wednesday CLOSED Thursday 11am – 4pm Friday 11am – 4pm Saturday 11am – 4pm Sunday CLOSED
851 Lake Emory Rd. Franklin, NC 28734 Shelter Hours: Monday 11am – 4pm Tuesday 11am – 4pm Wednesday CLOSED Thursday 11am – 4pm Friday 11am – 4pm Saturday 11am – 4pm Sunday CLOSED

More about this shelter

Established in 1962 as a valuable service to the people of Macon County. We are a registered 501c3. In 2014, to avoid being confused with the new county animal control facility, the Mason County Humane Society began doing business as Appalachian Animal Rescue Center, a no-kill humane society. Our shelter, located at 851 Lake Emory Road in Franklin, houses some 80-100 dogs and cats. Animal Care Technicians provide for our animals 365 days a year. We offer low-cost spaying and neutering, vaccines, and microchip implantation through Humane Alliance, and ASPCA clinic in Asheville. We take in animals from the public, as well as animals from the county shelter, and place them in permanent homes. Our transport program, meanwhile, gives cats and dogs a second chance in areas of the country where available pets are scarce.
Established in 1962 as a valuable service to the people of Macon County. We are a registered 501c3. In 2014, to avoid being confused with the new county animal control facility, the Mason County Humane Society began doing business as Appalachian Animal Rescue Center, a no-kill humane society. Our shelter, located at 851 Lake Emory Road in Franklin, houses some 80-100 dogs and cats. Animal Care Technicians provide for our animals 365 days a year. We offer low-cost spaying and neutering, vaccines, and microchip implantation through Humane Alliance, and ASPCA clinic in Asheville. We take in animals from the public, as well as animals from the county shelter, and place them in permanent homes. Our transport program, meanwhile, gives cats and dogs a second chance in areas of the country where available pets are scarce.