Wet Nose Wednesday

Tigress is on the Hunt for a New Home.

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This beautiful sweet girl is named Tigress and you can meet her at Greenville County Animal Care. Tigress is a Shepard mix with beautiful brindle markings. She is waiting to meet you at GCAC. She even comes with her own "Doggie's Day Out" vest and a goodie backpacked an ready to go out on a day of adventure. It may take Tigress a minute to warm up to people, because of her shyness, Everyone that meets Noddles is greeted with smiles and love. She is a real people pleaser that is waiting to meet you today. She has the best manners and disposition. You must meet this darling girl.

Greenville County Animal Care has launched a new program called Doggie's Day Out. Over the past few weeks a lot of residents of GCAC have gone out on adventures and many have come back to announce they will be moving in with their forever family. To be a part of this new program, all you need do is swing by the shelter, "check out" these furbabies for a day of fun and adventure. They even come with their own backpack and journal.  What will your adventure look like?

We dare you not to fall in love with these adorable animals and make them a permanent part of your life.

We have been working towards this for so long, but I am pleased to announce that 2020 is the first official first NO KILL year at Greenville County Animal Care.

Adoptions are just $35 and every adoption includes spay/neuter, vaccines, a microchip, and testing.

A huge thank you to our WNW partner ReWa... they are dedicated to enhancing our community’s quality of life through sustainable projects like Dig Greenville.  ReWa aims to safely and efficiently revitalize our wastewater infrastructure in the growing Greenville community for the next 100 years.

Learn More at DigGreenville.org for updates on this one of a kind "pet" project!

We also want to welcome our new co-sponsor for Wet Nose Wednesday Pet Suites Greenville. More and exciting news and events coming in 2020 with our new friends at Pet Suites.

I have so many people asking how they can help these wonderful animals that we feature on WNW. Some want to adopt or foster, some don't have the time but would like to still help. Here is how you can help, animals come into the shelter for so many reasons. A sad fact is that some can't handle the solid dog or cat food. We are collecting cans of the pate-style food for dogs and cats (pictured below) at our Magic 98.9 Studio at 25 Garlington Road. We want to help get these guys happy, healthy and well fed before they head to their "fur-ever" families.

I was able to pick up 3 cans for around $1.00, that is the loose change in the bottom of most of our purses or under the couch cushions. Think about how much that will mean to these guys who have found themselves at the shelter. Please share the love with these guys who only know how to give unconditional love.

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Wet Nose Wednesday

This beautiful sweet girl is named Tigress and you can meet her at Greenville County Animal Care. Tigress is a Shepard mix with beautiful brindle...

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