The Campbell County Animal Center (CCAC) is one of two rescue organizations to receive our 2018 capital improvement funds. We believe that the lack of spay/neuter is the root of the animal control problem. When CCAC described their plans of incorporating a low-cost spay/neuter clinic into their center, we wanted to help. The clinic will primarily be used for the shelter animals, but it will also be made available to the public. We were able to purchase two used surgical tables from a neighboring shelter at a reasonable price, and we are sending $1,000 worth of spay/neuter kits. Hopefully, funds generated at the clinic will create a sustaining program for this community.
Neighbors of Julie and Jasmine noticed that their owner was not caring for them. In fact, the neglect was so bad they were slowly dying. The authorities were called, and Animal Control of the Campbell County Animal Center (CCAC) seized the dogs. They were in horrible shape. At the vet hospital, the girls began to thrive ever so slowly, and their vet is now fostering them. CCAC asked us to help pay the vet bill, so we contributed $600. As soon as the court case is over, Julie and Jasmine can be adopted. This one took a village!