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The #BettyWhiteChallenge is a viral campaign that we are starting to honor the legacy of one of the biggest animal advocates of all time, Betty White. On January 17th, which would have been her 101st birthday, we want to encourage animal lovers across the nation to donate to shelters and rescues in order to help homeless pets.

Betty White has always been a strong supporter of animals and animal welfare, and she has used her platform to raise awareness about the importance of adopting and supporting shelter animals. She has even been an active volunteer at animal shelters throughout her life. As a tribute to her, we are asking you to join us in donating to the Etowah Valley Humane Society, a shelter that is dedicated to helping homeless pets.

Donating to shelters and rescues is an important way to help homeless pets. These organizations rely on donations to provide food, medical care, and shelter for the animals in their care. By donating, you are helping to ensure that these animals have a chance at finding a loving forever home. Every dollar counts, and your donation can make a huge difference in the lives of homeless pets.

So, on January 17th, we invite you to make a donation to the Etowah Valley Humane Society in honor of Betty White's birthday. Share your donation on social media and use the hashtag #BettyWhiteChallenge to spread the word and inspire others to give back to animals in need. Let's make Betty White's legacy live on by helping to make a difference in the lives of animals. Happy birthday, Betty! ❤️🐾 #BettyWhiteChallenge #AnimalsInNeed #Donate #SheltersAndRescues

Who We Are

 Welcome to the place where best friends meet!

The Etowah Valley Humane Society (EVHS) began in 1996, as an adoption outlet for Bartow County Animal Control.


In October of 2006, EVHS opened the doors of the new Shelter located at 36 Ladds Mountain Road, in Cartersville, Georgia. EVHS is a private, non-profit 501(c)3 corporation, organized and existing under the laws of the State of Georgia.


EVHS is not supported by any state or federal agency. EVHS derives operating funds primarily from adoption fees, donations, membership fees, and fundraising events.


Though EVHS has paid staff, we rely heavily on the efforts of volunteers. The business and affairs of the Society are managed by a Board of Directors, the members of which serve without compensation.

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