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It is Saint Paw-tricks Day Shelter Drive month at the Tahlequah Petsense. If you buy a pawprint or clover, Merrick will donate food to the HSCC shelter. If Tahlequah Petsense sells the most paws and clovers in the Petsense world, HSCC will win a free pallet of food.
So stop by Petsense during the month of March and get your name on a pawprint or clover and help feed an HSCC animal at the same time.
Also plan on visiting HSCC at Petsense to help celebrate Saint Paw-tricks Day on Saturday, March 17th.
As always, thanks for helping out the animals of HSCC.
The HUMANE SOCIETY of CHEROKEE COUNTY is seeking Animal Caretakers to feed and water dogs and cats, clean dog pens and cat rooms, medicate animals among other duties with the animals and at the shetler.
To be considered, applicants must be 18 or older, 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, and part-time position.
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.
Join the WoofTrax Walk & Win Challenge on the free Walk for a Dog app and your next walk could earn Humane Society of Cherokee County an EXTRA $500 donation. Sharing the challenge will also increase our number of active walkers to increase our regular WoofTrax donations.
Walk for a Dog users simply join the challenge on the app and then complete the challenge by taking at least 10 walks of at least 1/4 mile by November 30, 2017, and then every walk they take during the challenge will count as an entry for Humane Society of Cherokee County to win an extra $500 donation.* More walks and more walkers equal a greater opportunity to earn $500.
* Walks greater than 1/4 of a mile count in the challenge.