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HSTC has adopted a no-kill policy. We do not euthanize animals as a means of population control. Instead, we focus on spay/neuter efforts to reduce the pet overpopulation. Our ultimate goal is that there be no more homeless pets.
The Humane Society of Terrell County began as a modest effort in 1985 between 2 friends. Over the years, hundreads of animals have been rescued and local governments persauded to make chamges to their animal control program.
In October 2000, HSTC was incorporated and awarded its 501(c)3 nonprofit status. The membership has grown as more people have volunteered their time, money & efforts.
HSTC does not have a shelter. We are simply a group of foster homes & volunteers in Southwest Georgia. We have NO paid staff and the majority of our volunteers work full time jobs in additiona to their "jobs" with HSTC.
HSTC has adopted a no kill policy. We do not euthanize animals as a means of population control. Instead, we focus on spay/neuter efforts to reduce the pet over population. Our ultimate goal is that there be no more homeless pets.
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