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Frecklesâ€™ is a wonderful one year oldÂ pointer mix who is looking for her forever family.Â
Freckles was rescued from an animal hoarder in Gulfport.Â
We took Freckles and nine other dogs into our shelter so they did not have to be euthanized.
Sadly Freckles is the only one that has not found a sweet loving family to spend the rest of her life with!
Freckles has been well trained and will sit for a treat.Â She is very loving and social; she loves to play and run around our yard with her kennel mates. Â
Freckles is current on her shots and wormer, she is heartworm negative, has her rabies vaccination and she is spay!!Â
Come by and visit Freckles today and possibly add a warm loving and playful dog to your family.
The shelter isÂ asking forÂ donations for our Second Chance fund, formerly known as the heartworm treatment fund.Â Â
Anyone wanting to make a difference in the life of a lost or abandonedÂ dog or catÂ at our humane society please consider donating to our Second Chance fund.Â Â
The dogs and catsÂ who are treated with money from this fundÂ are screened and are very adoptable animals.Â Donations to this fund will give these animals a â€śsecond chanceâ€ť to find their forever family.Â Â Please send your donations to:Â OCHS Second Chance Fund, P. O. Box 297, Starkville, MississippiÂ 39760.Â
The Starkville Animal Shelter is located at 510 Industrial Park Road in Starkville.Â We are open weekdays from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday through FridayÂ and on Saturdays from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.Â Â ForÂ spay/neutered animals, the adoption fee is $40.Â
This fee includes the animals first round of shots,Â wormerÂ and their spay/neuter.Â
OCHS is currently looking for foster families for special situations, including fosters for our accepted Homeward Bound puppies and dogs.Â If you are interested, please contact Anita Howard, firstname.lastname@example.org.Â We are currently seeking fosters for our September Homeward Bound trip.Â Â Â OCHS is alsoÂ looking for dedicated volunteers!Â To find out how you can help, please contact Michele Anderson, Volunteer Coordinator, atÂ email@example.com.Â
There is something for almost everyone who wants to make a difference in the lives of our animals.
For details or an application regarding the OCHS low cost spay/neuter program, â€śPET PALS,â€ť call the Humane Society at (662) 338-9093 or visit the website at www.msstate.edu/org/humaneÂ or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Â
The shelter is always in need of supplies.Â Some of the shelterâ€™s primary needs are:Â dog collars and leashes, paper towels,Â puppy food, dog food, kitten food, cat food, dog and cat toys, dog and cat treats, disposable gloves.Â For a complete listing of the shelter needs please visit the OCHS website.
OCHS would like to encourage you to spay or neuter your pet to help control the pet population.
The shelter is still collecting clean aluminum cans.Â For your convenience, you can either drop them off at the shelter or take them directly to recycling.Â If you elect to take them to recycling, please let them know to add them to the Oktibbeha County Humane Society ticket so that we can get credit!