Thanks to Cooper's Restaurant for once again opening up their parking lot for a wonderful event. Cooper's Restaurant began its support of CCAS last year and we are looking forward to working with them again this year.
Synthetic Materials is entering a new Partnership with CCAS. The company is donating $1,000 of much needed supplies to CCAS along with a check. And, to top it off they will have employee volunteers available to help out with the animals during the event. Welcome Aboard SynMat!
We thank both Cooper's and Synthetic Materials from the BOTTOM OF OUR PAWS!
They did it again! With over 1,800 pounds of animal food - Farmers Bank of Milton is the winner of the Battle of the Banks competition for the second time in a row. Lead my CCAS low time support, Kim Yocum - Farmers Bank rallies their employees and customers alike to give generously to CCAS' biggest animal food drive. Thanks again Farmers for another wonderful effort. Other banks participating this year was First National Bank of Carrollton with a bit over 200 pounds of food.
This brain-child of Leah Scott Hill will help to bring awareness to the animals in need of a home and add a little fun to each event. And, we will make an extra $$ or $$$ for the ever growing VET BILL!! Thanks Leah for a great idea.
Thanks to Vicki Hopper Kemper for securing the parking lot of NKY Community Action for CCAS. This is a great location with lots of parking. Vicki has been a part of CCAS for years....even though Eddie will not let her foster....we love & appreciate her! LOL.
We save animals. Our primary mission is to assist the Carroll County Animal Shelter in finding homes for homeless and abandoned dogs. We also work with strays brought to us by the community, and work with "owner surrender" animals (animals that they owners can no longer care for them). Our goal is to diminish the amount of dogs euthanized each year.
Our Foster Homes are limited and we cannot take in every stray dog or cat. We will do our best to post the photos and bios for animals and find them homes, if the finder can continue care. Many of these animals require medical care. The Vet bill must be paid. Donations are essential to our continued mission.
We hold fundraisers throughout the year, we apply for grants, we hold adoption events, we provide a low-cost SNIP clinic each month, we transport animals to other towns to meet Rescues, we will speak at civic meetings and events, we work with school children, we assist in finding homes of lost animals and we are the VOICE for those who cannot speak for themselves. We stand up for abused animals. We do not encourage breeding. We are firmly against any type of puppy mills or animal fighting. We care for the animals.
We will update each month the number of animals that have been: Sent to Rescues, Adopted, Brought into our program and Euthanized. We will also publish the number of dogs and cats that have been Spayed & Neutered (SNIPed) through our efforts.
Animals Brought Into Program
Sent to Rescues
SNIP Cats 87
SNIP Dogs 67
SNIP Total 154
*Euthanizing is done through the Carroll County Animal Shelter, a division of the Carroll County Fiscal Court. CCAS is not a part of this procedure, but tries very hard to place the animals in the Shelter to keep these deaths down.
We would love to hear from you! Please forward your comments or questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will do our best to get back to you as quickly as possible. We appreciate your interest in helping to save this wonderful animals!
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We are funded through donations, fundraisers and a "pull" program with the Carroll County Fiscal Court/Carroll County Animal Shelter. Let us know if we can send you documentation for your donation for tax purposes. Please help by donating through PayPal. On behalf of the homeless animals of Carroll County, we thank you from "the bottom of our paws."