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The Humane Society of Granville County

PO Box 385

Butner, NC  27509 

919-691-9114

hsgcncinfo@gmail.com

Our mission is to promote the welfare of animals in Granville County through responsible pet ownership. We believe in making a difference with hard work and charity efforts.

​Pet Food Pantry

The Pet Food Pantry is held on the 3rd Sunday of each month 12pm - 1pm at Bullocks United Methodist Church.  HSGC distributes 800-1000 pounds of kibble each month (canned food and treats too!)  with the continued support of a special family, the public and local businesses.  Total Food Distributed since the start in 2013 is over 43,000 pounds of kibble!  We have a special day in Dec where  the ladies of Bullocks Church serving hot coco and doughnuts while HSGC has treats and a gently used toys for everyone who attends!

Spay/Neuter/Vaccine Program for Low Income Granville Residents

HSGC issued 21 FREE S/N vouchers in 2015 and paid all extra costs associated with spay/neuter procedures even though we did not get the grant that we have funded this program through in the past. HSGC also coordinated with Granville Animal Control to host a free rabies clinic for 33 pets of Pantry recipients.  In 2016, 28 S/N vouchers were distributed thanks to the generosity of private donors. 

Featured Cat

This cutie is Bristol and she is still in search of her forever home.  She has been to both PetSmart locations but being their stresses her out a bit. She is back with her foster mom and we hope that someone will see her picture and want to adopt her.  Bristol is a very energetic cat that has tons of spunk.  She kinda beats to her own drum and does not mind being the only kitty.  She can entertain herself and doesn't seem to mind playing on her own.  She is absolutely adorable and would make an awesome addition to someone's family.  If you are interested please contact our page on Facebook or send us an email.  She has been spayed and is up to date on all shots.

Low-Cost Microchip Clinics

We held our largest to date Feb 2015 with 79 rabies vaccines and 28 microchips at Southern States in  Creedmoor.  We also had 24 other clinics with the shelter and Dr. Lori Scappino at Southern States through 2017 and placed 75 microchips. Thanks to Dr. Lori Scappino (Mule Town Veterinary) and Dr. Trudi Bowden (Oxford Veterinary Clinic) for their continued support and aid.

Shelter Aid Program

Ongoing supply of slip leads and cardboard cat carriers to the Granville County Animal Shelter  We also manage their Kuranda Beds (2 new in 2015, 5 new ones in 2016 with a  total of 22 in use). We maintain beds in each kennel run so that no dog has to sleep on the concrete floor.   And, as always, we volunteer for their events; we provided food, decorations and volunteers for their annual Christmas Shelter event. 

Feral Cat Initiative

HSGC caregivers’ trap cats and they are S/N through our vet. We have also worked with Independent Animal Rescue (IAR) and they helped out with a colony of over 30.  IAR has been amazing in their aid to Granville ferals and we work with them to maintain this cooperation; we helped construct a feral cat kennel unit for one of their caretakers, we have loaned traps and helped with the vetting as needed. HSGC is funding S/N at Butner Vet and are actively loaning our traps (7) to the community. We have also worked with Operation Catnip and Safe Haven to transport cats to their groups from Granville Shelter (21 in 2015-16 with most cared for as overnight fosters).  We also oversee communication of colony locations and impounded cats in the Granville Shelter and we aid in their release back to their colony (if possible) or rehoming.  There were 16 clipped ear cats impounded in 2015-16 and we pulled all but one (he went to a rescue as a friendly). A special thanks to Dr Jeanne Simmons (Butner Veterinary Clinic) for over 20 years of vet services to HSGC.

Adoptable cats

Therapy Animals

Five dogs are currently certified with members of HSGC with 1 serving Learning Services in Creedmoor and 4 other volunteering at the Masonic Home for Children in Oxford.  Holiday cards are made for the dogs to give out during their visits with the help of volunteers several times per year. It connects kids with those who need their compassion.

Pictured:  Therapy dog Murphy

Events

3rd Annual Paws for Granville 

Saturday, March 28, 2020

Vino Oasi, Stem, NC

3rd Annual Shopping for a Cause

Sunday, March 29, 2020

11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Vino Oasi, Stem, NC