Cherokee Animal Shelter

Find Cherokee Alabama animal shelters, puppy dog and cat shelters, pet adoption centers, dog pounds, and humane societies. Animal shelters provide information on adopting dogs, cats, and pets, animal care and rescue, and animal control.

Florence - Lauderdale County Animal Control 702 East College Street Florence AL 35630 17.2 miles from Cherokee 256-760-6676

Colbert County Animal Control 5010 Missouri Street Tuscumbia AL 35674 17.4 miles from Cherokee 256-381-4073

Lauderdale County Humane Society PO Box 2276 Florence AL 35630 17.7 miles from Cherokee

Corinth Alcorn County Humane Shelter 3825 Proper Street Corinth MS 38834 31.4 miles from Cherokee 662-284-9787

Booneville Animal Shelter 200 Townhouse Drive Booneville MS 38829 33.4 miles from Cherokee 662-720-1033

Hardin County Humane Society, Inc. PO Box 874 Savannah TN 38372 35.5 miles from Cherokee 731-925-5507

Winston-Marion County Humane Society PO Box 357 Haleyville AL 35565 41.3 miles from Cherokee 205-486-2426

Baldwyn Animal Control 102 Front Street South Baldwyn MS 38824 41.6 miles from Cherokee 662-365-2333

Tri-County Animal Clinic 415 Waynesboro Highway Waynesboro TN 38485 42.1 miles from Cherokee 931-722-9240

Yorkie Friends Rescue Corporation 968 Morgan Street Moulton AL 35650 44.3 miles from Cherokee 256-974-9116

What is an Animal Shelter?

Household animals that no longer have homes are often brought to animal shelters. Animal shelters are safe places to bring animals that are abandoned or lost. Many shelters will also take in animals that are sick or injured. In some areas of the U.S., humane societies will also provide shelter for animals. Shelters often serve as pet adoption centers. Animal shelters are also open to household pets taken from owners who can no longer care for them, those who have mistreated them, or those who have violated animal welfare laws.

Shelters provide animal care, rescue, and animal control. They assist with adopting dogs, cats, and other pets. They also may offer services like spaying or neutering. Shelters may offer adoption. Local and county governments fund some dog pounds and animal shelters, while volunteers and donations provide further support.