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THE PREMIER SOURCE OF NON-PROFIT INFORMATION. All of our adoptable animals are spayed/neutered and given age-appropriate vaccinations prior to adoption. All animals are micro-chipped before adopted out using 24PetWatch. Adoption includes a 30-day gift of free pet insurance through ShelterCare.   The Click here The Animal Awareness Society Join us on Facebook for the latest news and events!   Copyright © 2016. Credit Card or PayPal donations securely processed through PayPal.     The Animal Awareness Society   More ways to help!

Our year-round Wish List items that our rescues and fosters always need:  Friskies canned cat food-PATE Litter, Litter, Litter! All Rights Reserved. Contact Us General Information News Search menu Our vision is a world where every cat is treated with kindness and an understanding of its needs Sponsor Donate Adopt a catReady to THE ANIMAL AWARENESS SOCIETY is a GuideStar Gold Participant Want to learn more about the GuideStar Nonprofit Program?

If you have questions, please call our office-336-498-6013. *Volunteers We are always in need of volunteer help in several areas: Help with adoption fairs that we have on scheduled Saturdays at PETCO on Check if the address is correct. We currently have a GoFundMe campaign.  Please visit by clicking the link/text below and donate today to help us get the new sanctuary up and running. This includes a rabies shot at the time of spay/neuter.

Feral cat "colonies" can be found anywhere - abandoned buildings, campuses, parks, alleys, undeveloped areas, shopping centers or businesses. DON'T FORGET TO CHECK OUT OUR ‘YARD SALE'  AT OUR NEW ANIMAL SANCTUARY IN RANDLEMAN!!! Home About Us Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Feral Cat Information Wish List — Needed Items Adoption Process and Application Adoption Application New Forever Home Adoptions Our Events Contact Us Adoptable Animals Jax - All of our cats, kittens, puppies, and dogs are kept in loving foster homes.

Your PLANNED GIFT, (state through your Last Will and Testament) is an ongoing gift of assets made to a charitable organization such as The Animal Awareness Society. Click here    The Animal Awareness Society  (TAAS) 613 E. With your lasting legacy, you enable The Animal Awareness Society to further our mission of helping animals in need by providing secure funding for the future. TAAS is dedicated to finding safe, loving forever homes for the animals in our foster care, providing community education about the importance of spaying/neutering and increasing involvement from citizens in efforts

PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE AT 336-498-6013 IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO VOLUNTEER! Brown Street Randleman, NC 27317 (336) 498-6013 *protected email* Click here for a Map to our location (Map opens in a new window.) PLEASE CLICK ON THE 'DONATE' BUTTON BELOW TO MAKE Prices and services offered are listed below. Your gift will NEVER stop giving as the principal will not be used, only the interest income from your gift.

This means that the cache was not able to resolve the hostname presented in the URL. Feral cats are the "wild" offspring of domestic cats and are primarily the result of a pet owner's failure to spay or neuter their animals, allowing them to breed uncontrolled. All Rights Reserved. Bring any previous, current Rabies Certificates with you, not just the Rabies Tag, but the current Certificate.

TAAS is not a shelter! Playful. The top of the cat's left ear is "notched" for future identification. We help to educate communities on the importance of spaying/neutering of pets to help reduce the unnecessary suffering and killing of these animals due to overpopulation.

Brown Randleman, NC 27317 (336) 498-6013 *protected email* Copyright © 2016. All PLANNED GIFTS are put into our ‘TOP SPOT ENDOWMENT FUND' where only the interest will be used to help care for the animals. Did You Know… A female cat, her mate, and all their offspring can produce 370,092 offspring over a seven-year period if they have two litters a year with 2.8 surviving kittens All animals are treated for worms, ear mites, and fleas, and given vaccinations appropriate for their age.

Loves to play Simba - 7 week old male. You can continue to help homeless and abandoned animals after your life is over. You Can Make a Difference You can start helping right in your own neighborhood.

For more information, or to schedule an appointment, please call us at (336) 498-6013.

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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- WE ARE PROUD TO HAVE EARNED THE GUIDESTAR EXCHANGE SEAL…CHECK US OUT AT GUIDESTAR.ORG OR JUST CLICK ON THE SEAL BELOW! You'll also be able to speak with our volunteers and begin the adoption process when you find your new animal friend. *Rabies Clinics We have spring, summer and fall low-cost rabies clinics. Rosie Jefe Flynn Boss doing his paperwork done Cindy Jefe Thomas Benjamin

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO CAME OUT TO OUR RABIES CLINICS THIS YEAR AND GOT YOUR PETS VACCINATED OUR NEXT SALE WILL BE THIS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 10/27 AND 10/28… FROM 9am to 3pm WE ALWAYS NEED HELP IN SETTING UP AND BREAKING DOWN!!!

Copyright © 2016. WE ARE PROUD MEMBERS OF GUIDESTAR ... Ask for donations from neighbors to have the cat(s) spayed/neutered and sign up for the low-cost transport. ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://ww.catawareness.org/adoption.html Unable to determine IP address from host name ww.catawareness.org The DNS

THANK YOU FOR HELPING US HELP THE ANIMALS. Donate Sponsor a cat Leave a gift in your willWhat we doAbout usOur visionMoving forward togetherOur historyNeuteringKitten NeuteringFinancial assistanceCurrent regional neutering campaignsHow we support neuteringNeutering Frequently Asked QuestionsWorking with other organisationsFreedom Please also consider making The Animal Awareness Society the beneficiary of a Life Insurance Policy, a Retirement Account or as a donation organization in lieu of flowers. Home About Us Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Feral Cat Information Wish List — Needed Items Adoption Process and Application Adoption Application New Forever Home Adoptions Our Events Contact Us Feral Cat Information Assisting

The transport leaves from The Animal Awareness Society's office, located at 613 E. Cat beds, dog beds Scratching posts, cardboard scratchers Odoban disinfectant Cat and dog toys Paper towels Bleach Monetary donations THANK YOU!! HOW WILL YOU LEAVE YOUR LEGACY? This is completely harmless to the cat.

TAAS accomplishes this goal by offering low-cost spay & neuter services assistance and traps for rental to assist with trap-neuter-release (T-N-R). For $65, you can have the cat spayed/neutered and vaccinated against rabies.