Your shopping matters. This Mother’s Day, shop for Mom at smile.amazon.com/ch/73-1409570 and Amazon donates to Humane Society of Cherokee County.
Join the $2,500 Steps for Pet Health Challenge from the challenge tab of the Walk for a Dog app and your next walk could score an instant donation for the HSCC—and a fun treat for yourself.
If you don’t have the Walk for a Dog app currently installed, download from your app store in ios or andriod.
Any walk in the challenge between now and June 30th, 2018, could earn a $2,500 grand prize donation, courtesy of Rover, or one of the weekly donation prizes.
Get your friends in on the Steps for Pet Heath Challenge too: The more people are walking for your favorite animal organization, the more likely it could win one of the weekly donation prizes—or the grand prize donation.
(P.S. any walk will do! Walks are more fun with dogs, but you do not have to be walking your dog to log your walk.)
3x your impact! From March 12-31, Amazon is tripling the donation rate on your first smile.amazon.com purchase! Go to smile.amazon.com/ch/73-1409570 and Amazon donates to Humane Society of Cherokee County.
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.
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!
The HSCC shelter is in need of a few specific items this week (and always):
liquid laundry detergent
Simple Green cleaner
light bulbs (LED preferred)
You can drop these items off at our Resale Shop (across from the Cherokee Nation), Petsense (in our donation bucket), at our shelter, or you can purchase them from our Amazon wishlist and it will be mailed to us.
As always, we appreciate all of the help and support our animal loving friends give us. Please help us get the word out by sharing this message. Thank you!
Our shelter also has some news about our Resale Shop:
The Humane Society Resale Shop has new summer hours: Tuesday – Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Please come visit to purchase or donate items. All proceeds directly benefit the animals at our shelter.
17736 South Muskogee Ave. (Across from the Cherokee Nation Complex)
Chili’s of Tahlequah is hosting a Give Back Event on April 26, 2016. Dine at Chili’s between 11 a.m. and 10 p.m. and let your wait staff know that you are there for the HSCC and 10% of your ticket will be donated to the HSCC.
There are many ways to share this message with the wait staff. Print and bring the poster or ticket to the restaurant and give it to your wait staff , show the wait staff the poster or ticket on your phone, or just mention the fundraiser. As long as they know you’re there for us, then you’re good.
Please feel free to print poster or tickets and share with your friends, also share on your social media sites.
Let’s fill Chili’s with animal lovers!
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/601843199967114/
Sharing is caring. 🙂
The Resale shop has done its spring cleaning and has room for dishes, cookware, knick knacks, furniture and sporting goods. Resale shop hours are Tuesday thru Saturday from 12:30 to 4:30.
We’re sorry but we can’t accept clothing, old TV’s or computers because of space constraints.
Remember, if you can’t adopt, Foster. If you can’t Foster, Sponsor. If you can’t Sponsor, Volunteer. If you can’t Volunteer, Donate, educate, network. EVERYONE can do SOMETHING to help save a life.