Coweta County Animal Shelter is at capacity!! Please consider adopting or fostering!!
Snowball update! He’s doing well with Mama Gina, still having some issues with glaucoma, requiring eye drops and frequent vet visits...despite his challenges, he is still the sweetest little guy! Thank you to everyone who has donated towards his care!🥰🐶
Meet Aster! We pulled this beauty from the Coweta shelter and she is now in a foster home. The name Aster comes from the Ancient Greek word ‘aster’ meaning ‘star.’ Fittingly, Aster is also the name of the official flower of the month of September. This sweet girl will be seeing an orthopedic specialist tomorrow and may be requiring surgery. More updates to come!
Leonard is a little old man who somehow ended up at Coweta County Animal Services. He was estimated to be between 12 and 14 years old. Not much chance for him in a shelter. We pulled him 2 weeks ago, and he is now a happy foster boy in CT. Thank you to Deb Batsie-Hernandez and Monkey Pack for loving him!
Some of you may remember Oliver, the basset boy who was at Coweta County Animal Services. We sprang him, but just as we were about to whisk him away, his owner turned up and we were happy to reunite them. Sometimes, however, circumstances change; Oliver's dad found he was just unable to keep Oliver, as much as he wanted to. He reached out to us, and the rest is now history again. Oliver is a happy boy with the wonderful people at Tri State Basset Rescue...he's a Yankee!
This munchkin is Abraham. When we first met him at Coweta County Animal Services, we met a scared little guy, begging for love. With huge thanks to our foster mom, Rhonda Rogers, and
Debi Morford Kirkland and the Pixel Fund, Abraham will never again know anything but love.
Ducky was found by Coweta County Animal Services in February, 2019. He was in a ditch with open wounds on his back legs, which were also injured from Achilles tendons that were cut in both hind legs. Ducky spent weeks at the vet healing from initial surgeries to close the open gashes on his feet. Since April, 2019, Ducky has endured several more surgeries to repair his Achilles' in both hind legs. Ducky has had bones fused and plates and screws implanted in his legs so that he may now stand and walk upright on all four legs.
As you can see in her picture, she came into the shelter with severe eye issues, bilateral cherry eye and entropion. Hearts ‘n Homes stepped up and pulled her and got her the necessary surgery to relieve her constant pain. Now she can see, it’s a new world for her!