Total Eclipse of the Cat

Posted by: | Posted on: August 10, 2017

August 21st, 2017 will be a unique day. There will be a total eclipse of the cat at the New Albany Floyd County Animal Shelter. Walk into the shelter, no glasses required, and watch as your heart aligns with those of the cats seeking a home.

This is a once in a lifetime event for people and it can be for black cats, too. It can be the day they find their forever home with no adoption fee! Across the country, black cats stay in shelters much longer than any other color. Help us shine some light on these precious faces and adopt today.

All cats and kittens are spayed/neutered, microchipped, Felv/FIV tested negative, and current on vaccinations. Adoption hours are from noon to 4PM. Limit one per household.

Pet of the Week : Pheobe

Posted by: | Posted on: August 2, 2017

Please help this big ol’ ray of sunshine find a home! Pheobe is a very sweet and loving girl that is about 10 1/2 years old. She was surrendered to the shelter when her family could no longer afford to care for her aging body. She does have some older dogs issues such as a little arthritis and some allergy issues. She doesn’t let these things get her down! She is already spayed, microchipped, current on vaccinations and heartworm tested negative! Her adoption fee has been sponsored so that she may find her forever home a little easier! Please visit her at the at the New Albany Floyd County Animal Shelter today! 

Free Kitten Friday is July 28th!

Posted by: | Posted on: July 22, 2017

Canine Influenza

Posted by: | Posted on: June 30, 2017

Canine Influenza
Due to the recent outbreak of Canine Influenza, usage of the dog park will be at all members’ own risk. If your dog has boarded anywhere, or been in close contact with other dogs, please refrain from using the park for at least two weeks. This should help to protect the other dogs in the park. Vaccinations are strongly recommended if your dog is at high risk. High risk dogs include dogs that participate in dog sports, visit dog parks, or are groomed or boarded. Vaccination may prevent the illness or at least minimize the severity of symptoms.

Dogs infected with the Canine Influenza virus may show varying symptoms from none at all to severe. The most infectious stage of the virus is during the first two to four days of infection before they begin to show signs of illness. All dogs exposed to the virus will contract the disease with varying severity.

Please make an informed decision before you attend the dog park or dog related events. For more information contact your veterinarian or follow this link to read more information provided by the American Veterinary Medical Association,…/PetCare/Pages/CanineInfluenza.aspx

Help! We need canned food!

Posted by: | Posted on: June 26, 2017