We come from a wide variety of backgrounds; students and teachers, clubs and civic leaders, young and old. And, we have one thing in common, a commitment to saving the lives of homeless pets. We are the Homeless Pets Foundation, a 100% volunteer run organization dedicated to promoting responsible pet ownership while placing adoptable dogs and cats in forever homes. Dr. Michael Good, owner of Town and Country Veterinary Clinic, founded the organization when he saw first-hand the need to get adoptable pets out of overcrowded shelters to prevent unnecessary euthanasia.
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Torque found his forever home. Happy purrs sweet boy!
This couple met Bella Saturday at the Red Hare Brewing Company 5k (an event Red Hare generously donated proceeds from – THANK YOU!!!). They had lots of questions about this little 4-pound bundle of love. Guess who was waiting for us the next day when we arrived with dogs at our adoption event? Yes, Bella […]
This couple had to say a sad goodbye to the previous dog they adopted from us. To help brighten their outlook and to keep their other dog Butler from being so lonesome they came looking for a new friend. They found one in Louise. Thank you so much for adopting! From the looks of the […]
Precious, timid Honey scored at her very first adoption event! Hurrah for Honey who got a wonderful new family and a furry friend named Oreo to play with too! Honey and Oreo – sounds like a sweet combo! Thank you for adopting!
Pups Dave and Dallas landed great homes. Congrats to these two puppies and their new families! Thank you for adopting!
Three golden fur-balls adopted! Agnes, Edith and Gru now have families to watch them grow. Congrats to all!
Susie got lucky and went home with this nice family!
Caleb found his new mom at Petsmart!
Angel got scooped up by this nice gentlemen at our adoption day at Petsmart
Congratulation to Cornsilk who generated a lot of interest because of his extreme cuteness but was a bit tricky to place because of his quirks. He was rescued from a hoarder and did NOT have a happy life there. As a result he fears women, children and things that go bump in the night. Enter […]
Homeless Pet Clubs
Homeless Pet Clubs (HPC) give students, civic leaders, and business owners a way to share their love of animals by promoting animal rescue, responsible pet ownership, adoption of shelter animals, and animal welfare.
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25 lucky dogs/puppies made the voyage to our rescue partner in Bideawee, NY via our Underhound Railroad.
Dr. Good attended Sope Creek’s latest Pet Club meeting and had a great time with the children.
The Sope Creek Elementary School’s Pet Club put on a Fun Run/Fundraiser for us, and everyone had a great time.
Thanks are in order to HPF fan and supporter, Trish. She decided to celebrate her January birthday in style with a Great Gatsby Gala at The Strand Theater! Instead of gifts, Trish asked her guests to donate money to the animals in our care. Thank you for that selfless act and for your and your […]
On February 2, 2017 – 6 dogs and 24 puppies took a road trip to NY where adopters were waiting to meet them.
Dr. Good had a great time discussing Homeless Pet Clubs with some of the faculty and students of Benjamin E Mays High School.
A big thank you to Cheatham Hill School Club for collecting towels and newspapers for us!
A huge thank you to Girl Scout Troop #10444 for making adoption kits to go home with our pets and clipboards for our volunteers.
On 12/15/16, The Walker School brought us a bunch of supplies that they had collected for our dogs and cats. Thank you so much for thinking of us and collecting supplies for us!
This Saturday our adoptable cats will be at Half Price Books on Johnson Ferry Rd from 12-4pm. They have offered a 10% discount to anyone who donates $1 or more to HPF. Come on over, pet some kitties, donate, and stock up and/or do some holiday shopping with that 10% discount.
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