Site Last Updated Monday, December 09 at 12:41 PM
Each week Adopt-A-Pet features urgent dogs and cats from Coweta County Animal Control located in Newnan, GA. Hosted by NCHS volunteers and brought to you by our friends at NuLink. December Special - ALL dogs and cats adopted from CCAC are 50% off until Dec. 23.
Do You Need a Barn Cat? Many cats are brought to animal control that would not be happy as indoor-only cats but would make wonderful mousers and/or outdoor companions. All cats will be fully vetted - spayed/neutered and current on vaccines before you take ownership at no charge to you. If interested, click here: I need a Barn Cat!
NCHS Pet Food Pantry
The Newnan-Coweta Humane Society Pet Food Pantry provides dog and/or cat food to pet parents in need in Coweta County. Food is distributed on the 1st Saturday of each month. Next Distribution Date: December 7. Must bring picture ID and proof of income or demonstrate financial need (food stamps, SSI, public assistance, etc.). Contact Holly at 678-590-1430 for more information.
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Pet Food Pantry Drive
NCHS is collecting items for our Pet Food Pantry. There are many Coweta families in desperate need of pet food and cat litter. Donations may be dropped off at the following locations:
- NCHS Adoptions Events held at Newnan PetSmart on Sundays from 12:30-3:30
- All Star Mini Storage • 8 Newnan South Industrial Drive, Newnan, GA 30263 (off Hwy 29 South)
- H.E.L.P Spay Neuter Clinic • 12 The Crescent, Newnan, GA 30263 (in Avery Park off Hwy 29 North)
Or you may call 770-253-4694 to schedule a time to drop off with a volunteer. Items Needed: dog food, puppy food, cat food, kitten food, cat litter, stainless steel food bowls, adjustable nylon dog collars and leashes
Welcome to NCHS!
Newnan-Coweta Humane Society is a 501(c)3 all volunteer, non-profit organization. Through rescue, foster programs and community awareness, our goal is to one day eliminate the euthanization of healthy, adoptable animals in our area.
Our Mission Statement
To provide leadership in the implementation of public policy concerning animal issues, and to participate in the humane management of the area’s increasing animal population. We will also provide educational programs to assist residents in caring for and enjoying their pets and will work to improve public awareness of companion animals’ ability to enhance the quality of life in our community.
Walk 'n' Wag Photos!
Check out pics from this fun event: NCHS on facebook