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Archive for September 2019

Pet lovers turn out for ‘Brews for Rescues’ fundraiser

Today was the day for our co-sponsored “Brews for Rescues” fundraiser at Red Hare Brewing Company, and turnout was fantastic! Lots of folks — and their canine companions — joined us for an afternoon and evening of wagging tails and delicious craft brews.   The event featured food by Great and Plenty, Red Hare drink…

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HSCC at the 2019 Fall Atlanta Home Show

The HSCC has been a regular participant at the Atlanta Home Show for years, and 2019 is no exception. We used our generous booth space (Booth 342) on the exhibit floor at the Cobb Galleria Centre this Fall to display a wide assortment of pet-related items, all for sale to benefit our mission.   We…

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Adopted: Laramy, Royce, and Morrison

Kittens Laramy, Royce, and Morrison have all been adopted together into their new forever home! Their new mom works at our partner vet clinic, so we look forward to receiving regular updates on these sweeties. The boys will have three canine siblings, one of whom is a 16-year-old chihuahua.   Their mom was smitten with…

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Pouring concrete for the pond

This week the crew poured the concrete for the detention pond walls, and today the forms came off!   These forms were erected to the pond’s engineered specifications, encompassing the rebar that went in as a first step. The crew then poured concrete into the forms and allowed it to cure. Today the forms were…

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Adopted: Laika

Both of Laika’s new parents are veterinarians. Her new mom works at the facility where Butters received his emergency surgery; after meeting Butters she felt that he would make a great addition to their family, so she planned to come visit him at our facility after his discharge. When Butters passed away, both she and…

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Detention pond taking shape

The walls for the detention pond are going up! The rebar and forms are mostly in place, and concrete should be flowing soon. This stormwater management facility is required by the City of Marietta and is being built per the prescribed specifications.   After construction is complete, stormwater runoff from impervious surfaces (buildings, parking lots,…

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Butters’ story

Butters, a 2-month-old kitten, was diagnosed with a diaphragmatic hernia caused by severe trauma. This condition placed him in respiratory distress because the hernia was pressing up against his lungs. Thanks to the generosity of donors and supporters, Butters received the surgery he needed to correct this life-threatening condition.

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Adopted: Sinclair

Sinclair’s new mom was looking for a companion after the loss of her big tom cat, Beauregard, who succumbed to a terminal illness. She was only able to spend a few years with him and misses having a cat around.   Sinclair is a big ginger boy who is slightly goofy and extremely loving. After…

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Preparing for concrete

After a slight delay in site work while we secured the building permit, we are now rocking and rolling again!   The construction crew is building out the forms for the slab, and it’s so exciting to see the footprint for our new shelter emerging from the earth. After the forms are complete, it will…

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Red Hare supports HSCC with ‘Brews for Rescues’ fundraiser

The HSCC is excited to announce that we’ll be teaming up with Red Hare Brewing Company for a special “Brews for Rescues” fundraiser! The event will take place at Red Hare’s Marietta taproom from 12 pm – 5 pm on Saturday, September 28. The fundraiser will support our new building and campus improvement project and will aid our mission to provide improved health and welfare for all animals under our care.

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