August 12, 2019: "Tammy Turley - Mostly Mutts"

Since 2004, Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue has been working to reduce the number of animals euthanized at local shelters in metro Atlanta. We work closely with animal control officers to save adoptable dogs that are often moments away from being put to sleep. Often, these dogs are sick and injured and require rehabilitation.

Mostly Mutts provides housing, health care, training, and physical and emotional care to them until they can be placed in a new home. We hold weekly adoption events at our facility in downtown Kennesaw to help each dog find their “fur-ever home.”

Our facility is staffed by dedicated volunteers, working four shifts a day, seven days a week to feed, walk and care for the animals. We also have a team of volunteers who staff the front desk from 11am to 4pm Monday through Saturday. Many of the animals in our program are cared for in foster homes. We so appreciate our foster families and would love to hear from you if you are interested in fostering.

Since animal overpopulation continues to be a huge problem in our community, promoting spaying and neutering is another important goal of our organization. All our dogs are spayed or neutered before they are adopted out, and we encourage all pet owners to help “stop the littering” by having their pets fixed. Not only does it result in a healthier, happier pet, but also a healthier, happier community!

Jag - The Mostly Mutts Mascot

Posted by Bill White
August 13, 2019


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