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Animal Center Saves Lives!

GREAT NEWS!!  

Moore County Animal Center SAVED 1,593 Animal Lives in 2016!!   
That is 67% of the animals brought in for the year, compared to 51% in 2014.  What a difference two years make.   Please join us for another year of serving Moore County in 2017.

Keep an eye out, we are planning a lot of events for the year.   To start things off, we are partnered with PetSmart for the month of January to showcase our cats.  Be sure to drop by.

Make ADOPTION your ONLY OPTION.

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Please click here to review the 2017 Tax Listing Notice.
 

Animal Center

The Animal Center will be closed to the public Deember 23rd through December 26th. Click here for more information.

 

The Moore County Nursing and Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee members enjoyed a luncheon at Pinewild Country Club on Tuesday, December 13th in celebration of another successful year of service to the County’s older and disabled citizens and their families.  Longtime member Barbara Venditti, who has chaired the Committee for twelve years, was honored for her leadership as new chair Sandra Nusbaum takes the helm January 1, 2017.  Other outgoing officers are Ginny Whiting who served six years as vice chair, and Carol Matuza who served seven years as secretary.  Their positions will be filled by Judie Luse and Lesa Riddle, respectively.  The Committee has 18 volunteers, many with a decade or more of service.  For more information on the Committee’s service or on how to join, call 910-947-6403.

 

Adoption fees waived Saturday, December 10, 2016 ONLY at Moore County Animal Center. Click here.

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