Browsing Archive: July, 2010

July Rescue Waggin' Transport

Posted by Patricia Thompson on Tuesday, July 27, 2010, In : Shelter news 
Our third Rescue Waggin' transport took place early Tuesday morning, July 27. We sent 15 puppies to the Huron Valley shelter in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Martina bathes a puppy.

Seven German Shepherd puppies all bathed and ready to go.

Damon and Martina getting the four golden pups ready.

The truck is ready to drive off into the sunrise, and Amber is happy to have another successful transport completed.

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Kathy Bouldin receives Humanitarian Award

Posted by Patricia Thompson on Sunday, July 18, 2010, In : Events 
At the July 10 Party for Paws, the Jean Patton Humanitarian Award was presented to Kathy Bouldin for her work with the Animal Alliance-- South Cumberland. This organization was created to reduce the number of unwanted and abandoned dogs and cats in Grundy County and areas of Marion and Franklin County, Tennessee located on the Cumberland Plateau, by providing affordable and accessible spays and neuters. They have provided over 700 spays and neuters in their first 22 months of existence!  In a...
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A lovely evening at Party for Paws

Posted by Patricia Thompson on Sunday, July 18, 2010, In : Events 
Over 100 animal lovers from across Franklin County gathered on July 10 at the Party for Paws to raise funds for Animal Harbor. In the picturesque setting of the Antebellum Inn, party attendees enjoyed wine and food and bid on a variety of items in the silent auction.

We'd like to thank everyone who attended, and those who donated the items for our auction. We could not survive without your generous support!

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Party for Paws July 10

Posted by Patricia Thompson on Thursday, July 1, 2010, In : Events 

Please Join Us for our Party for Paws


What:  The best party of the year—a party and silent auction to benefit

The Franklin County Humane Society and our shelter, Animal Harbor.

When:   Saturday, July 10, 6—8 p.m.


Where:  The Antebellum Inn, 974 Lynchburg Road in Winchester.

Enjoy delicious appetizers, wine and soft drinks, the chance to bid on a selection of works by local artists and artisans, antiques, memorabilia, and other goods and services—AND good company in a go...

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Our 3000th adoption!

Posted by Patricia Thompson on Thursday, July 1, 2010, In : Shelter news 
Since opening our doors in January of 2003, Animal Harbor has placed THREE THOUSAND pets in new homes!

From The Herald Chronicle   Date: Jun 29, 2010; Section: News 2; Page: 5

3,000th Adoption

Animal Harbor, the private, no-kill shelter operated by The Franklin County Humane Society, opened in February 2003 to rescue, care for and •nd new homes for cats and dogs abandoned in Franklin County. This month they placed their 3,000th pet, a handsome Japanese Bobtail kitty named Alaska, who went hom...
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