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|Posted: Thu Apr 11, 2013 1:25 pm
|♥ LOCATION: Nash County Animal Control Shelter, Nashville, North Carolina. High risk of death. Small county gov't pound (16 dog kennels, 5 cat cages) w/quick turn-around. We do not have the luxury of time. If you see a pet you like, act NOW.
♥ SHELTER CONTACT: 252-459-9855 AnimalShelter@nashcountync.gov
♥ HOURS & ADOPTION: Open 1-4pm Mon-Fri. AM by appointment. No weekends. Adoption fee ONLY $20 for spay/neutered pets (fixed) or $50 (refundable*) for those needing spay/neutered, but does not include anything such as rabies or other immunizations nor spay/neuter. You do not have to live in Nash County or NC to adopt. See the link below if not local. *The $50 fee will be refunded upon proof of spay/neutering (in a timely manner).
♥ DIRECTIONS: Nash County Animal Control Shelter 921 NORTH 1st Street, Nashville, NC 27856 PLEASE look at the map FIRST http://mapq.st/pWuKg4 Go NORTH on 1st. St, NOT South on 58. ROAD BLOCKED ~ BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION. Only ONE way to the Shelter. Do NOT use Red Oak Road turnoff. Use 64A to N. 1st St. (near downtown). Turn at the construction signs. Shelter entrance is AT the construction zone, turn right.
♥ NOT LOCAL? Cannot drive to the Shelter? The Shelter does not assist with vetting nor transport/fosters. Read http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=384739111552774
♥ RESCUES: Email NCAF-Inquiry@hotmail.com NCAF helps Shelter to Rescue transition, subject to availability of short-term foster/other factors.
♥ NCAF is Nash County Animal Friends ~ Independent Volunteers ~ Photographers & Promoters.
Posted Thu Apr 11, 2013 1:28 pm:
~ URGENT ~ This pet is at what is considered a high kill Shelter. The Shelter is estremely small and the pets have very little time. Please adopt or rescue this pet and save its life. Thank you for caring!
Cumin â˜… CRITICAL Available 4/12/13, Friday @ 3 pm
Adult Male Lab/? mix
♥ NCAF Photographer Report 4/9: Cumin came in late today and was pleading for attention. He was whimpering and crying and seemed to be asking "how did this happen to me?" ~
♥ NCAF Photographer Report 4/10: Cumin is an easy-going and loving dog. Wants to please, warms up quickly. He loved exploring outside!
NOTES: Stray from Redman Rd.