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Pet Of The Week

Pet Of The Week
Pet Of The Week
Survivor
It's the Facebook story everyone has been following, and we finally got to meet him!  Survivor was found in the parking lot of the shelter with a gunshot to the head.  But thankfully, he was just feet away from a safe haven for animals.  He'll have a hole in his earlobe as a lifelong reminder, but he's healing wonderfully and showing just how much love he has to offer.  At four months old, he already gets along well with other cats and adores humans despite the injury.  And after surviving such a terrible injury, he'll be so very happy to find his forever home.  This guy will go fast, so move faster—adopt brave Survivor today!
Art For Animals 2014
Art For Animals 2014   Art For Animals brings together great food, awesome music, a silent auction, and of course, some of the best works of art from local artisans.  All proceeds go to the Tupelo-Lee Humane Society, so you can enjoy a wonderful evening while supporting our furry friends.

The event will be at Goodlett Manor on September 18, 2014 at 5:30 p.m., and tickets are available at the shelter for $30.  Click here for more information, and come be a part of the most popular event of the year!
Kroger Community Rewards®
Swipe your Kroger Plus Shopper's Card every time you make a purchase, and a donation will be made to the Tupelo-Lee Humane Society.  Save money and save animals—click here for more information!
Tupelo-Lee Humane Society
Tupelo-Lee Humane Society
Tupelo-Lee Humane Society
2400 South Gloster Street
Tupelo, Mississippi 38801
(662) 841-6500
WTVA is a proud supporter of the Tupelo-Lee Humane Society, and encourages our viewers to consider adopting a dog or cat.  Every year countless animals suffer or die from neglect, and the Humane Society of the United States works hard to save these innocent lives.  We encourage our viewers to consider adopting a dog or cat, as adopting a shelter pet can enrich our lives in so many ways.

Be sure to watch WTVA every Friday on WTVA News At Noon to meet a special animal available for adoption at Tupelo-Lee Humane Society.

For more information on the Tupelo-Lee Humane Society, please visit their site.

We also encourage you to visit the sites of the Humane Society of the United States and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to learn more about how you can help keep innocent animals safe, healthy, and happy.
Spaying/Neutering Your Pets
An estimated 6 million homeless animals enter animal shelters each year in the United States, and less than half of those are ever adopted.  The rest are euthanized, instead of going to loving homes and bringing happiness to human lives.  And these helpless animals are not just strays—some are puppies and kittens of cherished family pets, and it's not unusual to find a purebred being euthanized only for lack of a good home.

But there's a very simple solution to this terrible problem—spaying and neutering.  By spaying or neutering your pet, you prevent unwanted puppies, kittens, and other animals from being abandoned and neglected.  Many communities offer low-cost or free spay/neuter programs, providing birth control that is 100% effective.

And not only does spaying/neutering reduce the number of unwanted animals, it can also help them to lead happier and healthier lives.  Spaying females can prevent ovarian, uterine, and mammary cancers.  Neutering can reduce aggression and bad behavior such as territorial marking and roaming.  Any way you look at it, spaying or neutering has few risks, and can lead to a longer life for your beloved pet.

Help stop pet overpopulation now—spay or neuter, and be proud that you are saving innocent animal lives everywhere!

Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic
(662) 210-SPAY (7729)

Having trouble paying for your pet's spaying/neutering?  Thanks to a grant from Mississippi's "I Care For Pets" license plate fund, low-income pet owners are eligible for financial assistance in getting their pets spayed or neutered.  Contact the Tupelo-Lee Humane Society or the Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic for more information!
Mississippi Dog And Cat Pet Protection Law Of 2011
On April 26, 2011, Governor Haley Barbour signed Senate Bill 2821, which is now known as the Mississippi Dog and Cat Pet Protection Law of 2011.  This law allows people who continue to abuse and neglect dogs and cats to be charged with a felony.  Plus, it clearly defines what constitutes neglect and cruelty, making it easier to report crimes against animals.

Read the bill here, or a PDF version here.  And continue to encourage your representatives to support animal rights!
Pet Fostering
Want to help our animal pals, but aren't always available?  Consider fostering a shelter pet!  For two-week periods, you can take care of a shelter pet, helping it to grow up happy and healthy while waiting for a forever home.  For more information about fostering, please e-mail info@tupeloleehumane.org.
Kroger Community Rewards®
There's an easy way for Kroger customers to support the shelter!  Register your Kroger Plus Shopper's Card in the Kroger Community Rewards® program.  Every time you make purchases and use your Shopper's Card, it earns money for the Tupelo-Lee Humane Society.  And it doesn't take away your points, gas credits, or downloaded coupons—it's a winning situation for both you and the shelter.  For more information, click here!
Adoptable Dogs And Cats
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Open Adoption Weekends
Can't make it to the shelter?  No problem!  Meet some of the Tupelo-Lee Humane Society's most lovable cats and dogs on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Sunday from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Tupelo location of PetSmart.  And if you fall in love with a furry new friend, you can adopt them on the spot!

Visit PetSmart at 1074 Cross Creek Drive in Tupelo, near the intersection of Highway 45 and Barnes Crossing Road.

PetSmart

Open Adoption Weekends is made possible through
the generous support of PetSmart.  Thank you!
Animal Tips
You would think people would have gotten the message by now—spaying/neutering your pet can reduce the terrible problem of pet overpopulation.  But there are still people who balk at having their pet spayed or neutered, often for reasons that just don't hold up.

Get the truth about spaying/neutering and how it affects your beloved pet.  The Humane Society of the United States has this great article that explores the myths and facts of spaying and neutering.  Share the article with those stubborn people who have yet to see how many benefits there are to spaying/neutering!
Donations
As a nonprofit organization, the Tupelo-Lee Humane Society relies heavily on donations of time, money, and supplies to keep our pets healthy and happy while they wait for loving homes.  If you'd like to donate to the Society, please be sure to visit their wish list.
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