2018 Accomplishments and Statistics
FCHS rescued 158 dogs and cats (86 dogs and 72 cats.) (51 dogs were rescued from the Floyd County Animal Pound.)
FCHS adopted out 20 dogs and 83 cats. (The rest were transferred to other rescues leaving us with 7 dogs and 8 cats in foster care as of Dec 31, 2018.)
FCHS provided the community with two low-cost rabies clinics and vaccinated 168 dogs and cats against the deadly rabies virus.
FCHS donated 7,859.5 pounds (3.9 tons) of pet food to Plenty! food bank in 2018.
Through Mountain View Humane, we sterilized 208 dogs and cats; 27 dogs and 181 cats (114 of which are feral cats.)
FCHS helped reduce the euthanasia rate from 57% in 2005 to 7.4% in 2018 (13 dogs euthanized /175 dogs impounded.)
FCHS spent $6,742 on spay/neuter assistance for the community – including feral cats ($4,332). FCHS spent $750 on $50 vouchers towards spay/neuter for dogs adopted from the county pound. FCHS spent $11,686 total on spay/neuter programs, including dogs and cats fostered by FCHS.
FCHS spent $3,139 on food assistance for the community.
Foster cats: $3,000
Foster dogs: $1,194
Pound dogs: $750
Feral cats: $4,332 (this includes Rabies Vaccinations)
Other S/N assistance: $2,410
Total S/N expense: $11,686