The Humane Society of Lincoln County

Supports the

Fayetteville/Lincoln County

Animal Shelter

Click Here for All Available Pets

Please call Jess at 931-433-3726
or email www.critters@ainweb.net, or fayettevillecritters@gmail.com if you have any questions
or if using your cell Just click here 931-433-3726

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  • Adopting Pets from Our Shelter
  • The cost for adopting a pet at the shelter is $75.00 for all cats, male and female and $85.00 - $150.00 for all dogs, male and female. $50.00 of those fees contribute to the cost of spaying/neutering, and a rabies shot when old enough with the voucher that we provide at the time of adoption. At this time we can only accept cash or check for the adoption fee.

     

  • All of our adoptee's must be spayed or neutered, and receive a rabies shot,
    per Tennessee State Law 44-17-502 .

    If you are interested in any of our animals please call the Shelter first to be sure the animal is still available. If you would like more info on a particular pet just email the Shelter at critters@ainweb.net or call 931-433-3726 during our business hours.

    OUR SHELTER'S WISH LIST

    • TOWELS
    • BLANKETS
    • KURANDA BEDS
      We have chosen Kuranda dog beds for our boarding facilities because they are so good for our dogs. We still don't have enough for all of our kennels. If you would like to donate a bed so another dog can sleep in proper comfort, please click here.
    • PURINA KITTEN CHOW
    • PURINA PUPPY CHOW (not the soft nugget)
    • CLAY KITTY LITTER
    • PET CARRIERS and CRATES
    • 5 GAL. BUCKETS
    • CLEANING SUPPLIES-LAUNDRY SOAP (TIDE OR GAIN), ALL PURPOSE CLEANERS, PAPER TOWELS
    • OFFICE SUPPLIES - COPY PAPER, STAPLES, GLUE STICKS, 4 X 6 INDEX CARDS, STAMPS, WHITE-OUT TAPE
    • PET TOYS (ROPE OR HARD RUBBER)
    • LEASHES, COLLARS, HARNESSES
    • ADOPTERS * VOLUNTEERS * TRANSPORTERS
    • MONETARY DONATIONS * GIFT CERTIFICATES

    Who We Are

    The Humane Society of Lincoln County is a non-profit 501 (3) (c) organization. The mission of the Humane Society of Lincoln County is to operate the Fayetteville/Lincoln County Animal Shelter with thoughtful compassion, promote lifetime placement for unwanted and abandoned pets, help to reduce the overpopulation of cats and dogs, educate the local community on responsible pet ownership, seek justice for animal cruelty offenders and insure the proper care and humane treatment of all animals.

    The Society was formed in 1985 by people distressed over the conditions at the local animal pound and concerned about the needs of orphaned, neglected and abused animals in the city and county.

    At that time, the Society took over the operation of an Animal Shelter and the investigation of all animal cruelty cases. This is work which we continue to do.

    Your participation is vital to our mission. Please join our fast growing list of members. Annual dues are $35 and that (and our fund raisers) help offset the tremendous cost of running the shelter. The greater the enrollment, the louder our voice in defense of all animals. . .

    Due to the large turnover at our shelter, we have many animals that are not listed on Petfinder. Email or call us if you don't see the animal you want - we may have just what you're looking for. Please be persistant with the telephone. We are short staffed but really would like to talk with you.

    Mail your membership dues to:
    The Humane Society of Lincoln County,
    PO Box 37,
    Fayetteville, TN 37334
    Attn: Annual Membership

    Could you provide a FOSTER HOME for a special animal? Sometimes we have newborn's, or sick animals that would be adoptable if they just had a few weeks of individual care, in a loving home. We also need foster homes for a short time stay, while the animal is waiting for transport to a rescue. If you could provide this service, or know someone that can, please Email or call the Shelter for more information. 931-433-3726 or critters@ainweb.net

    We must all do what we can to STOP THE LITTERING!! This means

    SPAY and NEUTER

    If you are from outside of Fayetteville-Lincoln County, Tennessee - you are most welcome to adopt a friend - but please provide us the name of your veterinarian so that we may use them for a reference. We really appreciate your support, and understanding.

    Stop by and visit! You're always welcome.
    (Please call before you come - because of minimal staffing, we do not always have someone at the shelter).We are open from 9:00am - 4:00pm Mon-Tues-Wed-Fri
    Closed Thurs and Sun.
    Open Saturday - from 10:00am - 2:00pm

    The shelter is physically located at 1718 Pulaski Hwy (Hwy 64)
    Fayetteville TN 37334
    Phone: (931)433-3726

    Please send mail to:
    The Humane Society of Fayetteville-Lincoln County
    PO Box 37
    Fayetteville, TN 37334
    Email: critters@ainweb.net

    We're just off the 64W bypass, at 1718 Pulaski Hwy West. in Fayetteville, TN. Here are directions to the shelter from North, South, East, and West:

     

    Directions from Huntsville, AL, go north on 231 to Fayetteville. Turn west (left) on Hwy 64 Truck Route (bypass) and follow it until it ends at Hwy 64. Turn left on Hwy 64, and the shelter is on the left. It's a brick building with a chain link fence in back.

    Directions from Shelbyville, TN, follow 231 south to Fayetteville, Turn west (right) on Hwy 64 Truck Route (bypass) and follow it until it ends at Hwy 64. Turn left on Hwy 64, and the shelter is on the left. It's a brick building with a chain link fence in back.

    Directions from I-65, take exit # 14 (Hwy 64) to Fayetteville. Just as you are entering Fayetteville, you will notice the shelter on the right. It's a brick building with a chain link fence in back. If you reach the Hwy 64 Truck Route (bypass), you just passed the shelter. . .

    Directions from Winchester, TN, follow Hwy 64 to Fayetteville. Turn west (left) on Hwy 64 Truck Route (bypass) and follow it until it ends at Hwy 64. Turn left on Hwy 64, and the shelter is on the left. It's a brick building with a chain link fence in back.

    Map to our shelter

    Click here to download CRITTER GAZETTE


    Click here for a list of pets at this shelter



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