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Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
11:00 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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March Monthly Meeting
March 5, 2015
Chilton/Clanton Library
6:00 p.m.

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The Humane Society of Chilton County

The Humane Society of Chilton County is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization.

We have provided sheltering services for the homeless and unwanted animals of Chilton County area for over 20 years. 

Phone: 205-755-9170  Fax:  205-755-0899


Director: Mandy Reiter
Asst Director: Tonya Terreros
Humane Society of Chilton County President:  Donna McCary  
  139 Shade Tree Drive
Clanton, AL 35045
     205-755-9170

Ongoing Crowdfunding
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DONATE TO TRANSPORT OUR SHELTER ANIMALS GOING TO RESCUE.


Hi! We're Buddha, Brownie, Annabelle and Bryan! We're so excited that we have a rescue we would run to them if we could! But foster Momma says that's not a good idea and we need some people to help buy some gas for us.

It's not just for us, look at the gallery and see the other dogs that want to go too!! Can you help us out here?

Every year, Alabama Rescue Relay takes thousands of dogs and cats from high kill shelters in Alabama to their rescues. But the vans don't run on love alone!

Please donate if you can to the gas tank to get these dogs to their rescue.



HELP US SEAL THE NURSERY FLOOR


Each year in shelters across America thousands of puppies die from diseases that are common in shelters and hard to fight, especially when you are a high intake shelter required to take in all animals that come to you.

One of the main things that can be done is seal the concrete floor in our nursery to protect the puppies. Concrete is porous, germs and diseases, sink in and linger for years, infecting litter after litter. Unfortunately this is an expensive project for a shelter with as tight a budget as ours.

Please contribute what you can to help us seal the floor in our nursery! The puppies are counting on us!