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1) Bivens/Bingo, 2) Patricio/Remi, 3) Shukait/Milo, 4) Nunley/Cocoa, 5) Jones/Belle, 6) Cledus, 7) DeeDee, 8) Ursa, 9) Buddy 10) Jazzie


Veterans can find a new sense of purpose and a new pet friend when they save a last-chance dog or cat: well-adjusted animals who find themselves in shelters through no fault of their own, waiting for their hero. See this link from to read about the potential value of this program for those wounded and suffering from PTSD.

Please see Pets for Patriots' Belle's heartwarming success story ... a Shepherd born with severe leg problems that found her home with her very own veteran: Her recovery story is listed in the 2015 Success Stories. Also, see the new Youtube video.

Click here to start the qualification process.

Call (423) 442-1015 or visit the shelter at 170 Kefauver Lane in Madisonville (behind Wal-Mart) Tuesday-Friday from 10-5 and Saturdays from 10-2. The shelter is closed to the public on Sunday and Monday.

Our Second Chance Pals foster program is an excellent place to start, as these adult pets have had the stability of living in a home environment and already fit at least one of the primary requirements for a Pets for Patriots adoption. Ask the shelter to have the foster brought in for a get-acquainted visit.

Or you may choose to make an appointment to visit our shelter and select from those animals that are currently available for Patriots: one that is 2 years or older, a dog weighing more than 40 pounds regardless of age, or a special needs dog or cat. Many times, larger animals are difficult to find foster care and you may find the perfect larger companion directly from the shelter.

All pets have been spayed or neutered, microchipped and are up to date on their vaccinations. After finding your buddy, begin to experience the companionship that only a loyal pet will give. Your new pet friend is waiting.

If you would like to donate directly to Pets for Patriots, click "Get Involved" below.

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Monroe County Friends of Animals | P.O. Box 106 | Vonore, TN 37885
(423) 442-1015

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