Copiah Animal Shelter

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Events Summary

Copiah Animal Shelter

2014 GALA !
4th Annual GALA & Auction Fundraiser​
Saturday, NOVEMBER 1, 2014    6:30 to 9 pm


CAS Monthly Community Meeting

Monday, November 17, 2014  6:30pm

Chautauqua Park Visitors Center

Crystal Springs, MS

Location

 

Copiah Animal Shelter

P.O. Box 366

Crystal Springs, MS 39059


Located at:

All About Animals Veterinary Clinic

27084 Highway 51 (at Hwy. 27) 

Crystal Springs, MS  39059

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Hours

Monday - Friday:   9 - 5 

Saturday - by appointment

 

601.954.6447

copiahanimalshelter@yahoo.com 


Incoming Animals


Please call the Shelter phone to see if we have space available, or to get on the Waiting List.  

The Vet. Clinic does NOT manage the Shelter's incoming animals.

Pet of the Week

Meet Sugar Bear

Update:  Adopted!  Sugar Bear is a sweet black and tan hound mix looking for a home of her own. She is approximately 1  1/2 years old, and gets along well with the other dogs. Our $70 dog adoption donation includes age-appropriate shots and spay/neuter.

news

School Winners Advance to CAS Student Art Contest at the GALA November 1st!  

Click link:  Art Contest page


CAS 2015 1-page Calendar


9-2014: FALL 2014 Newsletter



 

Sign up for CAS Email

It's GALA Time ! 

Copiah Animal Shelter

4th Annual GALA & Auction Fundraiser 

 Saturday, NOVEMBER 1, 2014 !


Come out for a fun evening and help the animals!


See the GALA Page for details and Tickets, click here

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Copiah Animal Shelter

in Crystal Springs, MS



Copiah Animal Shelter Marks 3rd Anniversary - Saves More Than 400 Animals' Lives!

For details, click here 

Copiah Animal Shelter in Crystal Springs, MS, a nonprofit, volunteer-based, limited intake animal welfare organization supporting Copiah County, Mississippi (MS) and surrounding co​mmunities.  CAS provides care and shelter for homeless animals until permanent placement can be arranged through pet adoption.

If you can't adopt, foster.  If you can’t foster, donate.  If you can’t donate, volunteer. If you can’t volunteer, educate.