Jennifer started at the HSCC shelter in 2016 as a kennel worker, she was quickly promoted to the medical room
Tracie’s involvement with the shelter began in 2015 as a puppy and dog foster. She has been on the board
Jeff has served on the board since 2017. He retired from the Alabama Power Company and currently owns Southern Dixie
Amy has been involved with the shelter as a volunteer and foster since 2014 and a Board Member since 2016.
Tina has been an instrumental part of the HSCC’s rescue programs for many years. She is also an excellent and
To keep our euthanasia rate low, HSCC works with 30 rescue partners each year.
In 2018, the HSCC sold 372 Snip It tickets! That’s about 3,000 unwanted puppies and kittens saved!
In 2018, 2,518 animals were brought to the HSCC, of that total, 1,849 were owner surrenders.
The HSCC only receives $7,000 a month from the county and cities. All other funding comes from donations and fundraising.
Since 2014, the HSCC has reduced their euthanasia rate by over 70%.
Each month over 150 animals are surrendered to the HSCC by their owners.