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10/27/14  

They've done it again! For the second year in a row, Lindsay Brockhum, Libby Ashe, and Alyssa Henley have made a HUGE donation to us. For weeks they have been baking (completely from scratch), selling and delivering over 100 delicious apple pies to friends and family. All of the proceeds were used to buy supplies for us and a local wildlife rehabilitator. Today they shopped for and delivered well over $800 of our most needed supplies. We are completely overwhelmed by the dedication and generosity of these three girls and their parents. If you ever think that a few people can't make a big difference, take a look at these pictures and think again. THANK YOU!

  
Keep Your Pet Safe On Halloween
Halloween is a fun time for humans, but not necessarily for pets. Please follow these tips and share them with others to help keep all pets safe this Halloween.

.... Protect your pet on Halloween by keeping him indoors. A pet that's out at night with trick-or-treaters might get spooked by noise and costumes, which could cause him to run off and get lost.

.... All cats should be kept indoors at all times; however, if you have a solid black or solid white cat, you should be especially careful about keeping him indoors on Halloween. Some people are superstitious about cats and may try to scare or harm him.

.... Keep your pet confined and away from the door while you're greeting trick-ortreaters at your home to prevent him from darting outdoors.

.... Your dog may feel that his territory is being invaded by the constant onslaught of visitors. Keeping your dog in a secluded area of the house will help him stay calm and prevent him from growling or possibly biting your visiting ghouls and goblins.

.... Keep Halloween candy out of your pet's reach because it can make your pet sick. In fact, chocolate and raisins can be fatal to dogs!

.... Celebrate Halloween with your pet by giving him goodies that are made especially for his species, like dog biscuits or cat treats.

.... If you're considering giving a black or white cat as a gift to celebrate Halloween, please either give a stuffed animal or a gift certificate to the Humane Society instead. This will allow your friend or family member to select just the right cat or dog for them.

2014 Rabies Clinics

Fulton County Law requires Dogs/Cats to be vaccinated at 3 months of age

FULTON COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY

$5.00 Donation per dog/cat/ferret CASH ONLY

Cats/Ferrets MUST be in a carrier or box. Dogs LEASHED

Vaccinations are good for one year UNLESS prior rabies Certificate is presented at registration.

ALL CLINICS ARE HELD AT THE COUNTY HIGHWAY GARAGE BEHIND THE COUNTY SERVICES COMPLEX-2712 ST. HWY 29

WEDNESDAY
FEBRUARY 19
Pre Reg. at 5:30 6PM-8PM
WEDNESDAY
APRIL 16
Pre Reg. at 5:30 6PM-8PM
WEDNESDAY
JUNE 18
Pre Reg. at 5:30 6PM-8PM
WEDNESDAY
JULY 23
Pre Reg. at 5:30 6PM-8PM
WEDNESDAY
SEPTEMBER 17
Pre Reg. at 5:30 6PM-8PM
WEDNESDAY
NOVEMBER 5
Pre Reg. at 5:30 6PM-8PM

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FULTON COUNTY

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