Let's make our community a better place!
Just wanted to take a moment to brag a little about what has been accomplished in 2021. Since starting our s/n program in 2000 we have s/n over 16,000 animals.
This past year we had 20 clinics in which:
133 male dogs were neutered
192 female dogs were spayed
217 male cats were neutered
284 female cats were spayed
We thank all of our clients for making a difference in the lives of the animals of Lincoln County by spaying and neutering their pets. We continue to apply for grants with the hopes of maintaining our low pricing.
A special Thank You to our old ladies who volunteer their time and strength!
The Humane Society of Lincoln County (HSLC) does not own or operate a shelter of any kind. We cannot accept a surrendered animal. We simply do not have a facility to house animals.
If you are surrendering an animal or need to report abuse you must contact Lincoln County Animal Services at 704-736-4125.
HSLC is a non profit 501 (c)(3) organization manned by volunteers. Our workers take no monies for personal salaries or luxuries of any kind. Your donated dollars will be used to help feed and spay/neuter the animals here in Lincoln County. Helping not only the animals left adrift but also the residents whose circumstances do not allow them the funds needed to care for their pets properly.
We organize a low cost spay/neuter clinic every 4 weeks in association with ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance in Asheville. We also have a food pantry for those in need.
Our program is manned by volunteers that donate their time and talents and resources to try to make a difference in the number of unwanted and euthanized dogs and cats. As you are probably aware, Lincoln County has become the first county in North Carolina to adopt the philosophy of a no kill shelter. We are pleased with the direction that the County and residents are working towards. Please understand that many hurdles must be still be crossed before this will become a reality. Until then spay/neuter cannot be overlooked as the only true method to control the number of unwanted, abandoned, and euthanized animals. The facts are these that each animal left intact (not sterilized) an average of eight more are following behind the breeding pair. Multiply that by 3 litters a year and the numbers become staggering. Won't you please help and have your animal spayed/neutered as soon as four months old. Females, on average, can become pregnant at 6 months of age.
There are so many ways to support our mission. Contact us to find out more about volunteer opportunities, fundraising events, and ways to get our message to your friends and family.
2422 Country Club Road, Lincolnton, North Carolina 28092, United States
PO Box 23
Lincolnton, NC 28093