It’s time for another Lily update!
Though Miss Lily has to wear doggie diapers and use a rear wheel chair the rest of her life, she is still a little happy gal!
We are currently requesting donations to help cover her medical and personal needs. These donations would help cover diapers, vet visits and anything else Lily needs.
Donate here: https://www.facebook.com/donate/10155495490599703/
Thank you for your consideration. Please help us spread Lily’s updates around. Her forever owners might see this video and fall in love!
If you don’t know Lily it is time that you get to know her! She’s adorable!
We would love it if you were able to share our Lily’s message. She needs all the help she can get to find her perfect family!
It’s that time of year! Our May Day Newsletter has been released!
Flash is encouraging you to sit back and take a look at the May Day 2017 HSCC Newsletter!
During the month of March, BancFirst-Tahlequah went to many awesome efforts to raise money for the HSCC shelter. This was their second year for their March for Paws event.
The wonderful employees and customers raised $804.18!
The HSCC staff, volunteers and rescues are forever grateful!
Spring has brought back longer sunshine hours and the HSCC’s Wednesday and Thursday evening dog walking has moved back to 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. (Saturday and Sunday times are still 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.)
If you’re newly interested in volunteering, fill out an application and information and directions will be sent to you. Thanks!
It’s time for our newsletter that is put together my dedicated volunteers. In this newsletter you’ll find updates about rescues, adoptions, and ways to support the HSCC.
Baby wants to encourage you to look through the news! <3
Please find our Holiday Newsletter here: Download PDF Newsletter
December 19, 2016
The HUMANE SOCIETY of CHEROKEE COUNTY is seeking Animal Caretakers to feed and water dogs and cats, clean dog pens and cat rooms, etc.
To be considered, applicants must have at least a GED or high school diploma, be able to lift and carry 50 pounds, and have reliable transportation and a working cell phone.
This is a MANUAL LABOR type job.
Animal Caretakers are expected to work during inclement weather such as heavy rain or snow/ice storms and be able to withstand the HEAT in the summer and COLD in the winter.
Please DO NOT RESPOND ON FACEBOOK or WEBSITE if interested.
Instead, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, a working phone number, and a resume.