This local animal rescue organization was founded in 2005.
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Sunday, November 13, 2011
Established in 2005 and based in Braselton, Leftover Pets is a licensed animal shelter facility and also operate low-cost spay and neuter clinics. The majority of the animals in Leftover Pets' foster program were rescued from high euthanasia shelters — those with 80 percent or more kill rates. In 2010, the organization provided 2,678 spay and neuter surgeries and adopted out 71 cats and 22 dogs. Leftover Pets has an online adoption application that asks for general information about your family, lifestyle and current pets. Adoption fees are $100 for dogs and $85 for cats and pay for veterinary costs and include spay and neuter, age-appropriate vaccinations, deworming and microchipping. For more information, call 706-654-3291 making a …
Leftover Pets, a nonprofit organization, now offers low cost spaying and neutering in Barrow County and is housed in the former Barrow County Animal Control building.
We all know there is hardly anything on the planet cuter than a fluffy little kitten or a plump, little puppy. They are warm, snuggly, adorable ... and abundant. It’s hard to imagine there can be too much of such a sweet thing, but unfortunately there are untold numbers of puppies and kittens without homes and without proper care. Often, wild, stray dogs and cats breed unhindered, leaving hundreds of offspring to fend for themselves. However, unwanted puppies and kittens don’t just come from strays. Many pet owners either never bother to spay or neuter their pets, or they think they can’t afford it. Enter Leftover Pets to save the day. This nonprofit organization now offers low cost spaying and neutering in Barrow County and is housed in …