​At the Franklin County Animal Shelter, we are committed to saving all healthy and treatable animals.  While we occasionally are forced to euthanize animals for severe medical or aggression issues, we never euthanize due to time or space.



We are committed to saving all healthy and treatable animals.

Intakes:

Surrenders - 93 dogs, 261 cats
Strays - 1 bird, 2 rabbits, 155 dogs, 466 cats
Transfers In (from other shelters) - 157 dogs, 13 cats
Owner-Requested Euthanasia - 2 Hollstein steer, 12 dogs, 22 cats
Born in Care - 48 cats
Seized -2 dogs

Outcomes:

Adoptions - 2 birds, 18 goats, 2 Hollstein steer, 2 rabbits, 262 dogs, 630 cats
Returns to Owner - 131 dogs, 21 cats
Transfers Out (to other shelters) - 9 dogs
Releases (feral cat colonies, TNR, barn cat program) - 22 cats
Owner-Requested Euthanasia - 1 Hollstein steer, 12 dogs, 22 cats
Died in Care - 27 cats, 2 dogs


We never euthanize due to time or space; however, we sometimes euthanize animals we deem as unable to be adopted due to severe medical or aggression issues. 




Intakes:

Surrenders: 78 dogs, 276 cats
Strays: 182 dogs, 610 cats
Transfers In (from other shelters): 146 dogs, 15 cats
Owner-Requested Euthanasia: 15 dogs, 8 cats
Born in Care: 49 cats
Seized: 8 dogs, 3 cats

Outcomes:

Adoptions: 255 dogs, 738 cats
Returns to Owner: 108 dogs, 43 cats
Transfers Out (to other shelters): 21 dogs, 9 cats
Releases (feral cat colonies, TNR, barn cat program): 70 cats
Owner-Requested Euthanasia: 15 dogs, 8 cats
Died in Care: 6 dogs, 27 cats
Euthanasia: 13 dogs, 57 cats




 




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