Dear fellow pet lovers,
This week the Humane Society of Valdosta-Lowndes County gave 17 animals another chance at meeting their furever family. The HSVLC’s took 12 cats/kittens and one dog on a Life Ride transport to LifeLine Animal Project, and four cats/kittens went to Best Friends Adoption Center. Our dedicated volunteers worked hard to make this possible!
One of our major goals is to help Lowndes County reach No-Kill zone status. As a method to combat pet overpopulation in Lowndes County, we conduct Life Ride transports. The Life Ride Transport program allows us to reduce overcrowding at the Lowndes County Animal Shelter.
Transporting animals out of Lowndes county allows us to save at-risk animals from kill shelters and move them to no-kill rescues where they have adopters ready and waiting. Other states have spay/neuter laws which cause a need for adoptable animals. With our state-of-the-art transport trailer, we can transport up to 22 animals to their furever homes. We frequently conduct transports each month and the costs to conduct these transports quickly adds up.
The Humane Society of Valdosta-Lowndes County is a 501c3 non-profit organization. We are pleased with the collaborative efforts between surrounding rescues and the Lowndes County Animal Shelter, but as a non-profit, we do not receive any government funding. We need your support to help us reach the finish line. We greatly appreciate your help! Will you help those who cannot speak for themselves? Please click here to donate.