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Dogs Rescued from Animal Cruelty Case in Gaylesville Will be Up for Adoption in Near Future

A number of animals are currently being cared for following a local animal rescue – and the subsequent arrest of two individuals on animal cruelty charges in connection with that case has recently been reported on by WEIS Radio.

Veterinarian Dr. Jeremy Deaton tells us more about the situation:

The other animals are being cared for by rescue groups:

 

The condition of the dogs varies a great deal, with some hopefully being healthy enough to be welcomed into a new, loving home in the not-too-distant future.  For others – it’ll take some time. 

To contact the Cherokee County Animal Shelter about adopting one of these animals now in need – or to report animal abuse – call (256) 266-1390.

FACEBOOK Cherokee County Animal Control

 

Cherokee County Animal Shelter Mission Statement

The Cherokee County Animal Shelter was established in 2017. The mission of the Cherokee County Animal Shelter is to improve the quality of life within Cherokee County by providing safety to the citizens and animals, preserving the health and treatment of the animals within the county. Cherokee County Animal Shelter provides a place for safe shelter and temporary care where all animals are treated with upmost dignity and compassion until they can be placed into safe forever homes. Cherokee County Animal Shelter strives daily to adopt and rescue as many animals as possible. Cherokee County Animal Shelter networks with multiple instate and out of state reputable rescue organizations. Cherokee County Animal Shelter serves as an educational resource for the citizens, teaching pet owners how to better care and encouraging the spaying and neutering of pets. Cherokee County Animal Shelter’s ultimate goal is to avoid euthanasia by education, adoption and rescue networking.

 

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