2015 SPRING YARD SALE Put it on your calendar! Saturday, May 2nd 8am till 4pm Jonesboro Senior High School. This is one of two yard sales organized by Clayton County Humane each year. The yard sale events have grown into one of our largest fundraising efforts. Click on the EVENTS tab for more information. THANK […]
(The following is an excerpt from The Humane Society of the United States) Protect Your Pet During Winter and Cold Weather In many areas, winter is a season of bitter cold and numbing wetness. Extra precautions during winter months will make sure your four-footed family members stay safe and warm. Help your pets remain happy […]
You can help the feral cats of Clayton County! October 16 is National Feral Cat Day….a day to remember that there are many, many cats living on the streets of Clayton County. These are cats who will most likely never know the love of a family or the warmth and safety of a real home. […]
Thanks to everyone for supporting CCHS at our annual Fall Yard Sale! We’ll see you at the 2015 Spring Yard Sale.
Thank you to all participants, sponsors and attendees of our first annual Car & Bike Show for making the event a big success. The weather was beautiful and so were the cars and bikes! This event could not have happened without support from our sponsors. We greatly appreciate the many compliments we received on […]
Our Fall yard sale will be held October 4, from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m., in the parking lot of Jonesboro Sr. High School. There is something for everyone, and the proceeds benefit all of the wonderful critters at CCHS.
Donations to the store are tax-deductible, and proceeds from sales at the store benefit the Humane Society’s shelter in Jonesboro. Anyone interested in making a donation should contact Humane Society officials by email at email@example.com.
Learn how you can help our animals by using the link below.
IN MEMORY OF A WONDERFUL MAN AND A FRIEND TO ALL ANIMALS, WE SAY GOODBYE TO ROBERT (BOB) VALIANDO On January 21, 2014, the world lost someone very special; someone who had once served as President of the Clayton County Humane Society and had been a lifelong animal advocate. Robert Valiando and his wife, Elizabeth have […]