The mission of the Decatur & Macon County Animal Shelter Foundation is to support the well being of homeless animals in our community.
We raise funds to provide care and treatment to the animals held at the Macon County Animal Control & Care Center. We provide major funding to renovate and equip the Center. The Foundation also promotes the spay and neuter of companion animals.
- Shelter animals make great pets and we can help match you with a pet
- You can make a difference by donating, volunteering, or adopting
- Spay or neuter your pet
- Statistics and reasons to adopt, spay or neuter
Adopt a Long Term Shelter Pet for just $25! Details are HERE!
Summer Special Adoption Fee
Summer is finally here! We’re reducing adoption fees to a ridiculously low price of just $50 for any pet at the shelter all summer long! Adopt and dog or cat during the months of June, July or August 2014 and save almost 50% of the normal adoption rate. Ask an adoption coordinator about pets who have been at the shelter for over six months for an even sweeter deal of just $25!!! Use that extra savings to spoil your new fur kid with toys, treats, or take a mini-vacation together! Tell your friends and family to ADOPT and when they do, send them to the Macon County Animal Control & Care Center and we’ll see them there!
Fido Scurry Coming SOON!!! Click HERE for all the details!
Cherry Berry: A Sweet Deal!
Be sure to stop by the Decatur Cherry Berry location on the first Thursday of every month to help the Shelter animals by getting a sweet treat! The first Thursday of every month, Cherry Berry will donate 15% of all sales from their Decatur store to the DMCASF. All you have to do is mention the promotion or that you’re friends of the DMCASF animals, and they’ll make the contribution from your sale. It’s a quick, easy, and yummy way to help support the homeless animals in your community.
We would not have near as much success without help from our local businesses. Go to our Community Partners page to find out how your business can join in supporting the DMCASF.