Columbus Animal Care and Control introduces 6 new animals to ‘Come Save Me’ campaign

COLUMBUS, Ga. (WRBL) — Columbus Animal Care and Control (CACC) is asking the community for help in finding homes for its longest animal residents.

The campaign features pictures and description of six animals who have been in the care of CACC the longest. CACC says people who adopt one of the featured animals will be able to do so at a reduced rate of $50.

Here are the current animals searching for a new home:

  • Opal is a very sweet but very scared girl. She bears the scars of a life hard lived and deserves to finally rest her head in comfort. She is approximately 35 lbs and about 4 years old. Come meet her today!
    Opal is a very sweet but very scared girl. She bears the scars of a life hard lived and deserves to finally rest her head in comfort. She is approximately 35 lbs and about 4 years old. Come meet her today!
  • Sheena is a beautiful girl around 1.5 years old. She is super loving and affectionate. Would do great in an active and lively home that can keep her brain occupied. She is highly intelligent and very sweet.
    Sheena is a beautiful girl around 1.5 years old. She is super loving and affectionate. Would do great in an active and lively home that can keep her brain occupied. She is highly intelligent and very sweet.
  • This is Ashlynn and just like her sister Opal she bears the scars of a very hard life. She is very sweet and loves to burrow into your arms. She didn’t deserve a life at the end of the chain like she was. She needs a patient family that will love and adore her like the princess she is.
    This is Ashlynn and just like her sister Opal she bears the scars of a very hard life. She is very sweet and loves to burrow into your arms. She didn’t deserve a life at the end of the chain like she was. She needs a patient family that will love and adore her like the princess she is.
  • This sweet lady is Collier. She wants all of the attention! She loves to give kisses and has a very loving disposition. She is around 45 lbs and 2 yers old. This active girl needs a yard to play fetch in and children to play with. Come on out and see her today!
    This sweet lady is Collier. She wants all of the attention! She loves to give kisses and has a very loving disposition. She is around 45 lbs and 2 yers old. This active girl needs a yard to play fetch in and children to play with. Come on out and see her today!
  • This beauty is Maggie! This energetic pup loves toys and treats. Thankfully she was too young to know the situation in which she came and is now prepped and ready for adoption! She has kisses for days and loves to play! Come on down and bring your children I’m sure they would love her as much as we do!
    This beauty is Maggie! This energetic pup loves toys and treats. Thankfully she was too young to know the situation in which she came and is now prepped and ready for adoption! She has kisses for days and loves to play! Come on down and bring your children I’m sure they would love her as much as we do!
  • If a picture was worth one thousand words then this girl would be worth a million! Allison is shy at first but really opens up when walking. Can anyone say hiking buddy? She has the cutest personality and really deserves a home just as special as she is
    If a picture was worth one thousand words then this girl would be worth a million! Allison is shy at first but really opens up when walking. Can anyone say hiking buddy? She has the cutest personality and really deserves a home just as special as she is

The “Come Save Me” campaign is part of CACC’s on going effort to ensure no animal in their care is euthanized, and with community support they hope to accomplish this mission.

For more information please contact CACC at 706-225-4512 or visit in person at 4910 Milgen Road, Columbus, Georgia.

Previous Coverage:

Looking to adopt? Meet six animals searching for forever homes

ROUND 4: Meet six dogs looking for forever homes during CACC’s Come Save Me campaign

ROUND 3: Meet the six new animals added to CACC’s Come Save Me campaign

ROUND 2: Columbus Animal Control introduces six more animals during ‘Come Save Me’ campaign

Columbus Animal Care and Control initiates Come Save Me campaign

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