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|Moore Humane Society is Moore County's only
privately funded, state licensed "no kill" rescue
organization. We depend entirely on the generosity of
the community to keep our shelter doors open to the
homeless, abandoned, injured and abused animals
of Moore County.
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|A Lonely Heart in Need...
Moore Humane Society was contacted by Pinehurst
Police Dept. , after Ms. Schacher suddenly passed
away in her home and Tilly was left orphaned. Ms.
Schacher had no family and we agreed to take Tilly,
in hopes of finding someone she could love as she
loved her previous owner. Tilly appears to be an
adult DSH Tabby mix and is a spayed female, current
on vaccinations. The staff have been showering Tilly
with lots of love and affection after the tragic loss of
her owner, but nothing can compare to the love and
attention she so desperately longs for, from a home
and family of her own. Help refill her sad heart with
the joy and love she once felt... stop by and meet
this sweet girl. She needs your love to help heal her
ADOPT A SCHOLOR
Cowboy a young mixed-breed male dog is Moore
Humane Society’s fourth dog entered into “New Leash
on Life” program, which is an eight week training
session at Randolph County Correctional facility in
Asheboro. Cowboy will be available for adoption mid-
July. The inmates care for the dogs and teach them
basic obedience where they are awarded a “Good
Citizenship” certification as well as more advanced
commands. For those interested, please contact Moore
Humane Society at 910-947-2631 to make an appointment
to meet Cowboy at Randolph Correction.
|Rutherford County Puppy Mill Rescue Dogs Available
for Adoption at Moore Humane Society...
|Moore Humane Society was contacted by the Humane
Society of the United States to see if we would be able
to assist them in taking in some of the dogs that were
rescued from a Rutherford County Puppy Mill. On
Saturday, June 14th, Moore Humane Society drove to
Charlotte and selected nine dogs to bring back for
veterinary care and then to place for adoption.
(Pictured Above, Sweet "Carmellas" Before Photo.)
Click here to view the Rutherford County Puppy Mill Dogs Available
For Adoption at Moore Humane Society.