Cats and Kittens : $20.00 with Microchip
Combo test (Feline Leukemia & Feline Aids), Fecal Test, De-Wormed (2X)
Administered 2 or 3 vaccinations (depending on the cat)
All will be spayed/neutered whichever applies and have current rabies vaccination.
We use "Revolution" on all our cats and kittens. "Revolution" kills adult fleas, flea eggs and flea larvae, treats and controls fleas, prevents heartworm disease, treats and controls ear mites, treats and controls hookworm and roundworms.
Dogs and Puppies : (Information unavailable)
Fecal Test, De-wormed (2X)
Administered 3 vaccinations, heartworm tested on all dogs over six months of age.
All with be spayed/neutered whichever applies and have current rabies vaccination.
We use "Revolution" on all our dogs and puppies. "Revolution" kills adult fleas, flea eggs and flea larvae, treats and controls fleas, prevents heartworm disease, treats and controls ear mites, treats and controls sarcoptic manage.
Adoption Process (Click Link)
By selecting the links below, you will be redirected to Petfinders.com, where you can preview pictures and information about many "Current Adoptable Pets."
HUMANE SOCIETY OF LINCOLN COUNTY
P.O. Box 23
LINCOLNTON, NC. 28093
704-732-9022 (VOICEMAIL ONLY)
Help us to be able to continue to help others.
Please donate today, they need your support.
The animals currently ready for adoption through LCAS are available for viewing at the Northlake Pet Smart. Cats are present at the facility 24/7, we do change them out every two weeks.
Animals are available at the shelter also
Monday - Friday (8:00 am - 5:00 pm)
Shelter Adoption Hours
Monday – Saturday (11:00 am – 4:30 pm
Owner Surrender Hours
Monday-Saturday (1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Closed Sundays and Holidays
Won't you please give a second chance and adopt today!
Contact : Avie Parker, Rescue Coordinator
650 John Howell Memorial Dr.
Lincolnton, NC 28092
Ph: (704) 736-4125
Ph: (704) 736-4126
Fx: (704) 736-4127
There are literally thousands of kittens every year that are born to unaltered females and have little to no chance to survive their first six months of life. There are many reasons and excuses given for allowing unwanted and unneeded litters be born. The Humane Society of Lincoln County has worked tirelessly to bring a balance to the scales of injustice done to these animals. We however cannot seem to make progress. For every kitten or cat being adopted there are six more hitting the ground and looking for a home, food or medical care.
What can you do:
1. Spay/Neuter your pets. ( if you feed them, they are yours.)
2. Report abuse to LCAS. ( see info below)Animals left abandoned, starving, sick allowed to have litter after litter with no end in site need to be helped.
3. Volunteer your time, talent and resources to help end this deadly cycle.
4. Donate. We need your financial support to continue our work and helping the animals of Lincoln County.
Be sure to also check out LCAS (Lincoln County Animal Services) located at 650 John Howell Memorial Drive in Lincolnton. They always have a large selection of dogs and cats ready for their "Second Chance!"
Come in and meet all the curious kitties and clever canines they have to offer. Call 704-736-4125 for directions to the facility. Click the link below for further details.
The Humane Society of Lincoln County is not affiliated with Petfinders.com. Be sure to contact the group listed on the site for the animal you are looking to adopt. Please do not contact HSLC for animals listed on Petfinders.com we are unable to help you.