“No Kill” Is Love

No Kill Williamson County is excited to share that since June of 2013, over 50 dogs were placed into rescue or loving homes without ever having to enter our county animal control facility. A Brentwood farm became a dumping and breeding ground for many dogs and cats-and now- only 3 dogs remain! The only cats that are currently residing at the farm are semi-feral and feral cats that were deemed “unadoptable”!

Just a sampling of some of the beautiful animals that we were able to keep out of the shelter system! Teamwork!

Just a sampling of some of the beautiful animals that we were able to keep out of the shelter system! Teamwork!

Due to limited resources, the gentlemen on the farm reached out for help. When our team of volunteers arrived at the property a plan of action was formulated. The tame cats and kittens were vetted and went into foster homes and all have found their permanent, forever families. The remaining outdoor cats were spayed/neutered and returned to the farm to live out the rest of their lives and NKWC volunteers care for them on a daily basis. The majority of the dogs, many who were semi feral, went to a rescue in Vermont. We are happy to report all are adopted or have adoptions pending. We are very fortunate to live in such a caring and compassionate community. And hats off to our friends in the north, Furever Dachshund Rescue, who recognized diamonds in the rough!

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