Welcome to No-Kill Williamson County

Who We Are

No Kill Williamson County TN is 501 (c)(3) all volunteer group of concerned citizens dedicated to providing a life saving guarantee to EVERY animal that is not a threat to society and has a treatable condition. We believe in partnering with community leaders, animal advocates and the citizens of Williamson County to assure safe and dignified care for all animals within our community’s shelters.

Our Mission

No Kill Williamson County is dedicated to promoting the No Kill philosophy to the citizens of Williamson County, TN and reducing the number of animals killed within our community’s shelters through Education, Advocacy and Service.

(Note: We are not the animal control facility. We do not have a physical location nor are we a shelter-we’re currently at a local farm where we care for an outdoor cat colony)

Featured Pet For Adoption

Saving Animals From Euthanasia (S.A.F.E.) is a service provided by NKWC to help people help their pets find new homes or to stay in their current homes. Meet our newest client, Lucy. Lucy is approximately 11 years old and an absolute sweetheart. Her human mom had to sell her home and move in with relatives who happen to be allergic to cats. We are grateful that she didn’t surrender this beautiful senior to an animal control facility! We know Lucy will find a wonderful home. She is so affectionate and well behaved. Please email us at nkwctn@gmail.com if you are interested in adopting Lucy. She is currently in foster care and we can arrange a meet and greet at your convenience.

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News

*Our latest Commit to a Pit partner is Carnton Plantation! Our cardboard cut-out of Tasha will be front and center on educational Family Nights which occur on the third Thursday of every month during the exhibit. The sessions are from 5-8 pm through April. You will meet a Civil War hero, Harvey the dog (a pittie!), and learn about how revered he and his breed were over a century and half ago. A wonderful No Kill volunteer made educational handouts that will be given to children and parents to learn more about the obstacles this breed faces in modern times and how they can help! For more information please visit http://www.battleoffranklintrust.org/

 

 

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