Carroll County Humane Society


21822 Highway 22 (P.O. Box 384)  McKenzie, TN 38201
Telephone: (731)352-9950     Email: cchstn@gmail.com   Follow us on facebook

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Welcome!

Visit us at our new location at 21822 Highway 22 in McKenzie



COMING EVENTS


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HALLOWEEN BINGO PARTY
& COSTUME CONTEST

Saturday, October 25th
6-9 pm
Carroll Bank & Trust
Community Room
Huntingdon, TN
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Essential Oils for You, Your Pet & Your Home
Sunday,  October 26th
2-3 pm
CCHS Shelter
21822 Highway 22
McKenzie, TN
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J'ADORE TRUNK SHOW
Saturday, November 1
6-8 p.m.
Carroll Bank & Trust
Community Room
Huntingdon, TN
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ANNUAL BANQUET & SILENT AUCTION
Celebrating our 15th year anniversary
Saturday, November 8

6-9 p.m.
First Cumberland Presbyterian Church
McKenzie, TN
Tickets $25
On sale at the Huntingdon Animal Clinic and in McKenzie at Wagging Tails Grooming and CCHS shelter building.
Dinner by ShowThyme Catering and desserts by Patti Hill

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ShoeBox Recycling
Ongoing Project
 We want your shoes!
Click on the Events tab at the top of the page for more info.

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Use GoodSearch just like any other search engine and raise money for CCHS as the same time! Lots of coupons and discount codes available for shopping as well.

   
Donate On-line!

 

To see all of the adorable dogs and cats we have for adoption, please go to 

           
   Dogs                  Cats

Who we are:

The Carroll County Humane Society is a NO-KILL Animal Shelter in McKenzie, West Tennessee. (We do not euthanize to make space nor do we limit the amount of time an animal can stay at our shelter.) We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, with funding coming entirely from private contributions, bequeaths, fundraising and grants. We care for approximately 250 animals at one time in a building we've purchased and in foster homes. Our goal is to utilize Adoption and Spay/Neuter as our community's animal population control - not euthanasia. We hope to insure that all companion animals have a warm, safe, loving home and to assist and educate the public about proper pet care. We also give shelter to abused animals while assisting law enforcement to prosecute their abusers.

Come visit us!

Directions to our Shelter Building in McKenzie, TN:
From Huntingdon take Highway 22 North, travel about 9 miles and building will be on your right.
From Paris take Highway 79 S, travel about 15 miles, merge onto 22 South and building will be on your left.
From Martin take Highway 22 and travel southeast about 24 miles to the building on the left.
If you need help with directions, please give us a call at 731-352-9950.



The shelter is open Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 

   21822 Highway 22     P.O. Box 384    McKenzie, Tennessee 38201
Telephone 731-352-9950     email
cchstn@gmail.com
Follow us on facebook


Surrender Fees

Due to the ongoing increase of animals being surrendered and the overwhelming expense associated with this, effective January 14, 2012 we will be requesting a surrender fee whenever an animal is brought to our shelter.  These fees are minimal and donations in excess will be appreciated.

                        Puppy/Kitten under 6 months of age
          $ 5.00
 Litter of 4 or more                                           20.00
Adult 6 months and up                                     10.00


Trap and Spay/Neuter
CCHS is putting together a trap-spay-neuter-release program for area feral cats.  Cats are to be trapped in live traps which do not harm them in any way.  They will be transported in the traps to the vet for surgery, and then released in the same place they were caught.
 
In order to make this program work we need many dedicated volunteers to monitor the traps each morning and evening and transfer to and from the vet.  By all means the cats will not be left unattended.
 
Please let us know if you're interested in helping or if you want to know more.
 
Spaying and neutering feral (wild) cats is a must to start to make a difference in cat overpopulation. 
 


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