ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – Robertson County Animal Control is a county shelter overwhelmed by the current overpopulation of pets in our county and they are reaching out to the community for some assistance.
They work diligently to improve the situation in our area and lower our euthanasia rates. According to the shelter, since 2011, they have been a nearly no-kill animal shelter, ensuring that all of our adoptable animals walk out of our facility either with a rescue or adopter.
“This has only been possible with support from our commissioners and mayor, and leadership of our Director Kevin Clinard. We are a small county shelter responsible for the intake of stray or unwanted cats and dogs. We serve all areas of Robertson County that do not have their own Animal Control facility.”
Robertson County Animal Control is running low on a few supplies and they are reaching out to the community for the items listed below.
The items used the most includes: bleach, laundry detergent, paper towels, hand sanitizer, Pine-Sol, disinfecting wipes, Equine Pine ( sold at Tractor Supply, used as cat litter), canned dog and cat food, dry dog and cat food, dog treats (no rawhide), cat treats, 13 and 48 gallon trash bags, latex gloves (large and x large size), etc.
“Thanks in advance to anyone that donates. We do greatly appreciate your generosity.”
Questions should be directed to their office at 615-384-5611 or you can message them on their Facebook page. They also have adoptable animals pictured on their Facebook page.
RC Animal Control is located at 2900 W County Farm Rd, Springfield, TN MAP