Free Pet Food for Buncombe County Residents in Need Due to COVID-19
Coronavirus Update from Watauga Humane Society

Important Information from Asheville Humane Society

Screen Shot 2020-03-26 at 9.42.00 AMIn alignment with the state of North Carolina's Stay at Home Order related to COVID-19, Asheville Humane Society's Adoption Center and the Buncombe County Animal Shelter will remain closed to the public through April 29, 2020.

Community Assistance Available

Asheville Humane’s Community Solutions Department has started a delivery system for pet food and supplies to residents in need and to food pantries.  We’re also continuing to offer owner surrender counseling to try to keep pets with their people during this difficult time.

Buncombe County residents should email helpline@ashevillehumane.org or call our Safety Net Helpline at (828) 760-2008 if they need assistance with their pets.

Animal emergencies or found pets should be directed to the animal control agency that serves the area where the animal is located.

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