The siren call of the Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society’s cats and dogs extends far beyond the Plateau. And people respond.
Article Author: David Stroud - Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society
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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I’ve never written a column quite like this before. But then again, we’ve never been in times like this before. On behalf of Rocky and the nearly 500 other animals […]
Last month marked a very special birthday and anniversary for Max and me. It was Max’s 13th birthday and our 10th anniversary of doing pet therapy visits together at […]
All of us at the Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society wish to express our sincere thanks to the amazing folks who have come forward to adopt and foster a shelter pet these […]
Monty holds a very special place in our hearts because his adopting mom gave us the first donation in 2015 to create our free food pet pantry, which we call […]