Humane Society Offers New Program To Combat Overpopulation Problem

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By: Kara Duffy
July 2, 2013

Thomasville, GA- The Thomasville-Thomas County Humane Society is launching a new program in hopes of tackling the problem of pet overpopulation.

The program is called, "Director's Pick."

Here's how it works: The Executive Director of the Humane Society, Ed Williams, will choose around 6 to 12 dogs and cats a week.

Those animals then be showcased on the organization's Facebook Page and website and will be offered to the public for an adoption fee of only $50.

"We're doing half price adoption fees and you get all the same things you would get with a regular adoption fee; such as spay and neuter, micro-chipping, and all the vaccinations," said Williams.

To find out which dogs and cats will be featured in this week's "Director's Pick" go to the TCHS website: