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Operation Catnip
Winner, 2014

Operation Catnip was awarded $10,000 for the TNR of 400 cats in Gainesville. Not only was their project a success, but they also celebrated 20,000 spay/neuter surgeries!


Friends of Norfolk Animal Care Center
Winner, 2015

Friends of NorfolkFriends of Norfolk Animal Care Center was awarded $10,000 to help promote adoptions in the shelter. Nala was just one of the lucky pets to find a forever home and we are happy to share her story. “Animal shelters can be very dangerous places, and our volunteers know firsthand that there are many perils lurking around every corner. The danger, of course, is falling in love with any one of our many residents, just as Jennie fell hard for Nala. Jennie saw Nala, an 8-year-old blind kitty, and her story on our Facebook page, and began researching how best to accommodate a blind pet. She knew from the photo that Nala was meant to spend the rest of her years at Jennie’s side. Jennie came to her weekly volunteer shift with a cat carrier in-hand, and left with it about 8lbs. heavier and purring up a storm.”


Michigan Animal Adoption Network
Winner, 2014

Michigan Animal Adoption Network was awarded $5,000 to help provide free spay/neuter for 120 dogs and puppies in the community. Not only were they able to exceed their goal of 120, but more importantly they were able to help dogs like Frankie and his owner. 


Ashville Humane

Asheville Humane Society
Winner, 2015

This is Petey, He was a stray kitten that came to us with a bad eye infections that was left untreated for so long that by the time that Petey was in our care the eye had to be removed.

Petey went into a foster home for 26 days to recover. Petey was returned to the Adoption Center for his chance to find a forever home.

Petey and his good friend Ivory were adopted together two day later.


Pet Community Center
Winner, 2015

Tim and Stephanie are long time dog lovers but because of touring and a busy schedule they waited until this past New Years Eve to adopt a dog.  They were instantly charmed by Riggins at Metro Nashville Animal Care and Control and now can't imagine life without him.  Riggins was heartworm positive and completed his treatment at Pet Community Center, thanks to a grant from Best Friends!