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Just $5 each or Buy 5 Get 1 Free! FREE shipping for out of town pet lovers! Our calendar features the top 10 finalists from our Wags Fur Bash photo contest – LOCAL pets, LOCAL photography & design, and all of the proceeds stay LOCAL! This full-color, 28-page calendar features photography and design by professional pet photographer, Tina Hartman
Thank you to our sponsors… Entertainment by BUY TICKETS at the Humane Society during office hours (M/T/F/Sat 9am-2pm or W/Th 4;30pm-7:30pm) in-office at 940 Tennessee Ave. or with a credit/debit card by phone at 931-648-8042. Or, order online using the link below. Choose an Item, then click Add to Cart Individual (1 ticket), unreserved – $60.00 USDCouple (2 tickets), unreserved
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TO PLACE ORDER, CLICK LINK BELOW GRAPHIC NOTE: Purchase deadline Sunday, May 10th! ORDER YOUR CITY SAVER COUPON BOOK: Choose one: I will pick up my book! $20.00 USDPlease mail my book! $23.00 USD
UPDATE: Your donations covered Theo’s vetting. Thank you!! He has fully recovered and was adopted by his foster family! Theo was thrown out of a car on Hwy. 76 near Exit 11 in June 2012 and amazingly lived to meow about it. He was emaciated, infested with fleas & earmites, and was suffering from an
UPDATE: Your donations covered Jenny’s vetting! She has fully recovered and is doing GREAT… now she is waiting patiently in foster care awaiting her retirement home! Please contact us for information about adoption Jenny. Jenny is an older girl, about 10 yrs. old, and was found running the streets here in Clarksville. She is the
Furniture Sale A fundraiser benefiting the Clarksville Humane Society 3600 sq. ft. of wall-to-wall Solid Oak furniture. Click here for pictures of available items, prices as follows: Nightstands – $20 Dressers – $40 Twin Beds/Bunks – $40 Student desks – $40 Office chairs – $10 Captain’s dressers—$40 Wardrobes – $60 …and a few extras, too!
UPDATE: Your donations covered Norman’s vetting. Thank you!! He has fully recovered and is now living with his new family in Maine where he is an adorable (but pesky) little brother to Lydia the Boxer. Little 4-month old Norman “Noodles” was rescued from the local county shelter on March 21. Very soon thereafter, his foster