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The Coalition for Humane Treatment of Animals is an all-volunteer non-profit animal welfare organization working to create a better life primarily for companion animals in Brunswick County, NC.

We hope you find the information on our site informative and useful in some way in the fight for
 humane treatment of all animals. We developed this site to:

Show Your Love for Animals!  JOIN our CHTA family today.

Tell Us

Who We Are

CREATE awareness about HUMANE ISSUES facing our animals today

EMPOWER you with the KNOWLEDGE, TOOLS, AND RESOURCES to join the fight for animals

STRENGTHEN your RESOLVE to work together to help end cruelty and pet overpopulation

SHARE the JOY that comes from helping alleviate needless suffering of animals

INSPIRE you to find your COURAGE to do what you know is right for animals

Low-Cost Services

Low-Cost
 Spay & Neuter Clinic
for Dogs & Cats & Feral Cats

Now Open in Winnabow!

World Spay Day Month
is February of Every Year!

Promoted by the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), spay/neuter events are planned and held by local participating organizations literally around the world during the month of February every year. These events usually offer lower costs for spaying or neutering of Fido and/or Fifi so watch our website for local details (usually in January) or go to www.HSUS.org for information on spay/neuter events in your area and around the world.

Welcome!

"Never doubt that a small, group of
thoughtful, committed citizens can change
 the world. Indeed, it is the only thing
 that ever has."  
 
Margaret Mead

Home Page: added Pet Food Recall Link & Site Update Info (9/2014)
National News: New Page under Resources (9/2014)
Spay/Neuter: News about new drug, Zeuterin for male dog sterilization (9/2014)

For more information about low-cost spay/neuter, medical services, and financial aid, click HERE.

Pet Food Recalls

It's sad that we even have to be concerned that our pet's food may be hazardous--or downright lethal. Check here periodically to see if your brand of food has had any recent recalls.
It could very well save your pet's life.

Low-Cost
 Spay & Neuter Clinic
for Dogs & Cats & Feral Cats

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