Cat: $25.00 (includes license)
Dog $50.00 (includes license)
Please contact Humane Services at (709) 834-6500 ext. 509 to set up an appointment to view the animals or for more details. Holding facility hours are daily from 8:00 a.m – 4:30 p.m. The holding facility is located at 12 Villa Nova Road.
FOR ADOPTION – ANGEL
Angel is a 2 year old, female cat. Angel has a distant personality, she chooses her people, a typical calico. Angel spends most of her day napping, and watching the other cats play. She is good with other cats, but not dogs. Angel would be best suited in a home without children. Angel is in good health, she has been de-wormed and treated for fleas.
If you would like to adopt Angel, please contact Humane Services at 834-6552.
FOR ADOPTION – BEANS
Beans is a 4 year, old female cat. Beans can be distant, she chooses her people. Once Beans warms up to you, she will allow to be petted and cuddled. Beans can be timid, therefore, requires a home that will give her space, and understand her personality. She spends most of her time laying in the sun, napping her day away. Beans is not good with dogs, or children. She is good with other cats. Beans has been treated for fleas and de-wormed.
If you would like to adopt Beans, please call Humane Services at 834-6552.
FOR ADOPTION – ROO
Roo is a 2 year old, intact male cat. When Roo came into the shelter, he was in rough shape. He had some wounds from fighting with other cats, and was very scared. After a week with our staff, Roo was on track to a better life. He was becoming more social, and his wounds were healing up nicely. Roo is a sweet boy, he will follow you everywhere, meowing until he gets what he wants (which is treats or wet food!). Roo is a very relaxed cat. He spends most of his day in the window having a nap, dreaming of all the wet food he could eat! Roo is good with other cats, and children. He is not good with dogs. Roo is de-wormed and treated for fleas.
If you would like to adopt Roo, please contact Humane Services at 834-6552.
Lost and Found
If you are missing your pet, please call Humane Services at 834-6552 or email email@example.com with detailed information regarding your pet, such as:
- Picture of pet
- Tag # (if he/she has one)
- When and where the animal went missing or was found
- Any other specific information that may help you find your pet
Residents can also report a stray, injured, or abandoned animal by contacting Humane Services at 834-6552.
Animal Licenses and Tags
Pet licensing is free and important for keeping your pets safe. Having your pet licensed with the Town helps Humane Service Officers reunite lost pets with owners as quickly as possible.
To register your pet, please visit the Municipal Enforcement Division at the Town Hall, 11 Remembrance Square or call (709) 834-6500 ext. 509. If the tag gets lost, replacement tags are available. If any information changes after the time of pet registration, please notify Humane Services at (709) 834-6500 ext. 509.
Seizure and Impounding
The animal control officer shall have the authority to seize and impound any dog within the town found roaming at large, or any dog where such dog or its owner(s) are found in contravention of any of the provisions of the Regulations.7.2. The animal control officer shall have the power to enter upon all private property, except private dwellings within the town for the purposes of carrying out and enforcing the provisions of the Regulations.
The following seizing, impounding and boarding fees shall be paid by or on behalf of the owner(s) of any dog/cat seized and impounded
- First seizure or impounding of a dog/cat with valid license – $40
- Second and subsequent seizures or impounding of a dog/cat with a valid license – $100
- First seizure or impounding of a dog/cat without valid license – $50
- Second and subsequent seizures or impounding of a dog/cat without valid license – $100
- In addition to the seizing and impounding fee, for any day or part thereof, a boarding fee of – $15
Regulations and Legislation