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Are you an animal lover and looking for a way to get involved? The Lee County Humane Society needs your help!

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  • Family Night at Chick-Fil-A Tigertown

    Thursday May 21st
    Join us Thursday May 21st for Family night at Chick-Fil-A in Tigertown. We will have dogs available for adoption and LCHS will receive a portion of the proceeds!

  • Microchip Clinic and Adoption Event

    Saturday May 16th
    Join us Saturday, May 16th at Tigertown Veterinary Clinic from 10am to 1pm to get your pet micro-chipped for only $35. We will also have dogs there available for adoption. Micro-chipping your pet is a great way to help them return home if they ever get lost.

  • The Big Event

    We are partnering with Auburn University for The Big Event on Saturday March 14th. The Big Event is a day of community service where Auburn University students can give back to their community by volunteering. Please join us for this day as we spruce up the shelter and the grounds.

    We have BIG plans for The BIG Event and we want you to be a part of them. Bring you friends and family to join us for the day on Saturday, March 14th. Stay tuned for more details.

Why Should I Help?

The Lee County Humane Society is relying on donations to help our animals. One by one, you are helping us buy medicine, food and supplies for homeless animals. Any amount of donation will help us continue our services.
We hear sometimes, “This doesn’t affect me, so why should I help?”

No More Wasted Lives

Here’s hoping you read last week’s column and have already looked up ways to help. If so, thank you. We are putting out a plea, and some of you immediately answered the call. You believe that we should have no more wasted lives.

LCHS Needs Your Help

As some of you may have read in recent months, the Lee County Humane Society is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. Forty years is a long time. So long, in fact, that one would assume much change has taken place in the four decades since the formation of our group of animal welfare advocates.