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Kit will be given to each new adopter at the Shelter.
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Capital Campaign 2016
Help us raise money for our Capital Campaign to build a NEW Animal Shelter & Adoption Center in Shelby County! Shop our Cafe Press Shop to support our cause and raise much-needed funds. Thanks to Pam Fultz for the PAWSome ideas & designs!!
By purchasing products from our non-profit organization's shop, you will support the NEW state of art Shelby County Animal Shelter & Adoption Center which will be constructed at 840 Gearhart Road in Sidney. At just over 8,100 square feet the NEW Shelter will have twice the space as the current one.
Together we are Building a PAWSitive Future!
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SCARF Launches New Program
SCARF, the Shelby County Animal Shelter, and the City of Sidney are working together to control the feral cat population in Shelby County. A feral cat is a cat that has been born into wildness or has not had human interaction for a significant period of time and is able to survive in the wild.
The Shelby County Animal Shelter will conduct another TRAP-Neuter-Return (TNR) clinic for feral cats in the community again on December 12th. SCARF volunteers will work to notify the neighborhood where trapping will occur, trap cats, and return them to their neighborhood once the procedure has been completed. While the cats are at the clinic, they will be vaccinated against rabies and will have an ear tipped for identification purposes. Neighbors will be asked to keep pet cats indoors during the trapping and to refrain from feeding the feral cats so they may be more easily trapped. Funding for the program will be shared by the City of Sidney and SCARF.
According to Alley Cat Allies (a national advocacy organization dedicated to the protection and humane treatment of cats), scientific studies show that Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is the humane and effective approach for managing feral cats. Trap-Neuter-Return improves the life of feral cats, improves their relationship with the people living near them, and decreases the size of colonies over time. The neutered cats will roam less and will not fight for mates thereby creating less noise.
Anyone wishing to volunteer for this program is urged to call the Animal Shelter at 937-498-7201
Shopping with Amazon Smile helps us care for the pets at the Shelby Country Animal Shelter.
We are listed as Shelby County Animal Rescue Foundation.
SCARF will receive 0.5% of all Amazon purchases.
Shop, Save & HELP!
Register your Kroger Plus Card
and whenever your card is used
a percentage will be sent to SCARF
If you do not have a Kroger Plus Card,
please visit the in store customer service desk at any Kroger store.
To register, please sign in at www.krogercommunityrewards.com & click on sign in/register.
If your card is not registered online, now is the time to do so!
(You will receive coupons in the mail!)
Once your card is registered online sign up with the Community Rewards Program using our assigned number 84759. You will then see our name for confirmation.
Thanks to our partnership with Goodshop.com, SCARF now has a great way for you to save money while helping us provide a safe environment for our animals!
That means whether you buy gifts from Sundance Catalog or use any of Goodshop’s coupons for a deal on Toshiba laptops, you will be raising money that will help us educate our community about abused and neglected animals!
Remember to signup and select Shelby County Animal Rescue Foundation - SCARF as your cause to start giving back. Best, it doesn't cost you a penny!
Thank you for visiting the Shelby County Animal Rescue Foundation website! We raise funds to support the Shelby County Animal Shelter in safe adoptions, education & community outreach concerning abused and neglected animals, medical procedures, eliminating euthanasia of adoptable animals, and maintaining best practices.
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