The Greene County Board of Commissioners fully support the Greene County Animal Control Department. That being said, donations of dog and cat food, cat litter and any other basic necessities are always appreciated. Your donations help to provide a comfortable temporary home for the animals being housed until their human comes to claim them or they find their new "fur"-ever home. If you would like to make a donation or see how you can help, contact the Greene County Animal Control Office at (706) 454-7039.
A big thank you to the following people and organizations that have made donations.
NGA Impact Leadership Project - May 2022
Greene County Animal Control would like to thank the NGA Chick-Fil-A Leadership Impact Project and the 2022 senior class for their kind donations to our department and to the city of Union Point Animal Control. We received dog and cat food, cat litter, treats, toys, beds, collars, leashes, food and water bowls. We can’t say thank you enough.
Congratulations to the seniors and we wish them well as they begin a new chapter in life..
Top Picture: NGA Chick-fil-a Leadership Impact Project.
Bottom Picture: Sponsor: Myra Stewart and Cole Stewart
Circle of Friends Animal Society - January 2022
By providing doghouses to those pets in need, Circle of Friends Animal Society (COFAS) continues to support Greene County Animal Control, and families with pets, throughout Greene County. Since October of 2018, Greene County Animal Control, with the support of COFAS, has been able to distribute 62 doghouses to Greene County families .
We would like to thank COFAS and all of their volunteers for making this happen. Job well done!
If you know of anyone who made need a doghouse, please contact GCAC at 706-454-7039. Pictured is Ofc. Tori Wiggins with the latest shipment of doghouses.
Norman Zapien with Zapien's Salon - December 2021
Norman Zapien with Zapien's Salon collected donations of dog and cat food, animal toys, treats, bedding and blankets over Christmas for the Greene County Animal Control Office.
We are always thankful for the donations he collects every year to make a comfortable home for our temporary residents.
Richard and Debra Mason with Circle of Friends Animal Society - September 2021
Greene County Animal Control would like to thank Richard and Debra Mason volunteers with Circle of Friends Animal Society (COFAS) for kindly donating 15 embroidered blankets to our office. We greatly appreciate all that they, along with COFAS, have done helping our department throughout the years. Thanks guys!!!
Pictured: Sam Harrison, Animal Control Officer and Officer Tori Wiggins
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