Many dogs and cats need a home.
Cobb County Animal Control
Saturday, October 6, 2012
Sunday, June 10, 2012
Cobb Senior Services and Cobb County Animal Control are partnering to help senior cats find homes.
Cobb Senior Services and Cobb County Animal Control are partnering to help senior cats find homes with senior adults. "Cats make wonderful companions and are relatively easy to care for, offering unconditional love," a release from the county says. There will be four free opportunities this summer to learn more about: "Open your heart and home to an older cat that might otherwise be put down," the release says. "Please see the schedule below and contact the center near you to register." Aug. 9 1 p.m. North Cobb Senior Center 770-975-7740 Aug. 23 10:30 a.m. East Cobb Senior Center 770-509-4900 Sept. 4 1 p.m. Freeman Poole Senior Center 770-801-3400 Sept. 19 10:30 am West Cobb Senior Center 770-528-8200
Sunday, March 18, 2012
The county will be accepting applications from internal employees only following the departure of Don Bruce.
Cobb County will be accepting applications from Monday to Friday next week from current county employees to replace Animal Control Operations Manager Don Bruce, whose last day was Friday. "Once all the applications are in, it will take several weeks to review, interview and hire someone," county spokesman Robert Quigley said. News of Bruce's departure came Friday to those on the animal shelter's email contact list, informing them of a going-away party at noon. Bruce, who had been with the county for 11 years, couldn't immediately be reached. He will be moving to Orlando, Quigley said.
Monday, May 9, 2011
PatchCast: Taste of East Cobb, Hundreds Race in Swift Cantrell Classic, Shelter Animals Survive in Cuts
Here's a roundup of the region's major developments on Monday, May 9.
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