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Animal Haven of Asheville is a pet adoption agency looking to place homeless animals into loving homes.
For over 30 years Asheville Humane Society has been saving homeless Buncombe County animals. Today we operate both our own state-of-the-art Adoption and Education Center and the County’s only open door shelter where no local animal is ever turned away. We rescue, reunite, rehabilitate and re-home abandoned, abused, injured and lost animals. We provide education, training and support to keep pets in their homes. Our nationally recognized innovative programs and partnerships are steadily moving Buncombe County toward a no-kill community.
Adam Cotton, Manager of Community Alliances at Asheville Humane Society, is hoping this adoption event will help save the lives of animals throughout WNC. “Some may not know this, but our WNC shelters and rescues regularly work together to save the lives of homeless pets,” he said. “It only seemed natural for all of us to collaborate on this event and try to find forever homes for as many WNC shelter pets as possible!” He added, “We look forward to this team effort and hope to expand the list of shelters/rescues who participate next year."
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Visit Our Adoption Center • 31 Glendale Avenue • Asheville NC • 28803
The mission of the Avery County Humane Society is to help the community respond humanely to the needs of animals. The Society provides a shelter for cats and dogs that are lost, abandoned or unwanted; sponsors rabies clinics; offers access to low-cost spay/neuter services; and partners with the local prison in the New Leash on Life obedience training program.
A non-profit organization dedicated to finding forever homes for displaced or abandoned small breed dogs and educating the public about pet overpopulation, the horrors of puppymills, and the benefits of spaying and neutering. There are many pets at the Animal Services Center who need loving homes. The center always has a variety of cats, kittens, dogs, and puppies and the staff is ready and willing to assist you in your selection. Adoption fees includes rabies vaccination, spay/neuter, microchipping, vaccinations and boarding. The Kershaw County Humane Society is dedicated to providing food, housing, and medical care of all lost or homeless animals brought to the Walter M. Crowe Animal Shelter, and to address the root causes of animal abuse and over population through education and spay/neuter programs. The Yancey County Animal Shelter is a non-profit public animal shelter just 30 miles north of Asheville. A private, non-profit, limited admission shelter located in Boone, NC. They house, rehabilitate, and rehome 1,000 animals yearly. WHS offers low-cost spay/neuter through Humane Alliance. Join us at this all day event to benefit Brother Wolf, The Tiniest of Angels and Asheville Humane Society! There will be food trucks, beer, raffles, gift baskets, live music all the way from Nashville, food and artist vendors, pet adoptions, a play area for some off the leash fun, face painting, grooming and Veterinary and Obedience specialists to answer questions! Asheville Humane Society was formed in 1984 as Buncombe County Friends for Animals Inc., primarily as a governing body for the County Pet Adoption Center and Animal Shelter, which was previously operated by the County. Asheville Humane Society has operated the Shelter since September 1990. In September 2010, Asheville Humane Society, in partnership with Buncombe County, opened the Animal Care Campus. The campus comprises two facilities: Asheville Humane Society Adoption and Education Center and the Buncombe County Animal Shelter. The two facilities sit side by side and work in tandem in a public-private partnership that serves as a national model for other communities hoping to work collaboratively on eradicating animal homelessness.Q:What is the difference between the Asheville Humane Society and Buncombe County Animal Shelter? A: In September 2010, Asheville Humane Society, in partnership with Buncombe County, opened the Animal Care Campus. The campus comprises two facilities: Asheville Humane Society Adoption and Education Center (red building) and the Buncombe County Animal Shelter (gray building). Asheville Humane Society is a nonprofit that owns and operates the Adoption and Education Center at 14 Forever Friend Lane. Buncombe County Animal Shelter at 16 Forever Friend Lane is owned by the County and operated by Asheville Humane Society. For adoptions, visit Asheville Humane Society. For lost and found pets, visit Buncombe County Animal Shelter. If you are considering surrendering your pet please .