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THE GIVING TREE
Each December, 39 Degrees SlimSculpting works with a local non-profit to provide much needed supplies and donations to animals that have been surrendered or rescued. This December, our office will be working with the Robeson County Humane Society in the neighboring city of Lumberton. In the Fall of 2018, Hurricanes Florence and Michael devastated Robeson County with record flooding. As a result, many families had to flee their homes leaving behind their pets and farm animals. Area shelters were overwhelmed with the influx of rescued animals from flooded homes and backyards. Many of these pets were struggling to stay afloat before being rescued. The demand on Robeson County shelters has been great, and there is an ongoing need for food and supplies
Your generosity can make a difference! Please stop into our office at 314 Glensford Drive, Suite 102 in Fayetteville and drop off pet food, supplies, or toys. When you donate, you get to pick an snowflake with a corresponding gift! Some of the gifts are discounts off treatments (up to 30% off!), some are gift cards to a Rame Boutique, and some are Visa gift cards! The largest prize is TWO FREE COOLSCULPTING TREATMENTS (valued at $2000)!
Help us make an impact for a small shelter with a massive responsibility! With you, we can all make a difference in the lives of these animals!
The Robeson County Humane Society is the only privately funded, federally licensed 501(c)3," no kill", brick & mortar rescue organization in Robeson County. Their primary goal is to rescue and find appropriate placement for homeless animals. Adoptable and treatable animals that demonstrate no signs of aggression will remain at their facility until the right home is found for them. They believe in educating our community about responsible pet ownership, and the humane treatment of animals. They also practice progressive spay/neuter and adoption programs. Adoption applications are not necessarily approved on a first come, first serve basis. Their goal is to find the right family for the right animal, and the right animal for the right family. Therefore, they reserve the right to approve applications that appear to be the best fit for both the adopter and the adoptee.
The Robeson County Humane Society