Humane Society/SPCA of Nelson County
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Cat & Dog of the Month
Each month Almost Home features an exceptional cat and dog of the month. These animals are selected because they are particularly deserving of adoption...either because of their unique personalities, popularity among the staff, particular need for a permanent home, or the length of time at our shelter. This month's picks are shown below. For more pictures and information on these animals, select the applicable link below.
Dog of the Month: Ranger Cat of the Month: Cody
Items of Interest
Did you know the Almost Home Pet Adoption Center, a no-kill shelter, is funded entirely by donations & fundraisers? We receive NO funding from Nelson County! And, thanks to the help of dedicated staff, volunteers and fosters, we are able to save many animals and help prevent their needless suffering. Unfortunately, we are constantly in need of help!!! Some ways you can help...
The "Help To Heal" fund was developed to deal with the growing number of animals that are arriving at our facility in need of medical care above and beyond our normal budget capacity. Monies donated to the “Help To Heal” fund will be used to pay for these medical costs. To donate, please select our Help to Heal Fund link.
Donate a Kuranda Dog OR Cat Bed to Almost Home!!!
Almost Home receives 10% of sales generated from visitors to Kuranda Website using link below!!! Also, you get $5 Flat Rate Shipping for each dog or 2 cat beds donated to our shelter.
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See all of our events!
Run to the Rescue 10K -- Saturday November 1st, 2014
Paws for Bunco Party -- Sunday November 9th, 2014
See all of our news!
Almost Home Plans for Shelter Facility Expansion -- Thursday October 9th, 2014
Amazing Dog Rescue at Sea... -- Thursday October 2nd, 2014
ANGELS: Lazarus -- Thursday September 18th, 2014
10 Dangerous Human Foods for Pets -- Tuesday September 16th, 2014
Tulsa Man Develops Red Meat Allergy from Tick Bite -- Wednesday August 27th, 2014
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"Animals are created by the same loving hand of God which created us...It is our duty to protect them and to promote their well-being.” —Mother Teresa