Well, it turns out that leading Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society really does bite. At least sometimes.
Article Author: David Stroud - Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society
Critter Camp features fun and interactive experiences with animals at our the Cashiers Highlands Humane Society’s kill shelter.
Sweet Max shared his gentle heart with everyone he encountered. Our Plateau lost a bit of its joy with his departure.
The siren call of the Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society’s cats and dogs extends far beyond the Plateau. And people respond.
The sweet story of Bill Wolff and his faithful Lucky is played out in endless variations among the residents of Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society and their adopters. To write your own tale, visit chhumanesociety.org or call (828) 743-5752.
The state of abandoned local cats and dogs grows even more perilous with the onset of winter. A contribution to the Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society is a
timely lifeline. The state of abandoned local cats and dogs grows even more perilous with the onset of winter. A contribution to the Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society is a timely lifeline.
Sweet Jeb displays all the best qualities inculcated on Walton’s Mountain.
The Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society recently presented a free pet food drive-thru event in the parking lot of the Cashiers/Glenville Recreation Center. Local pet owners experiencing financial difficulties in feeding their […]
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