A true friend to animals
Jesse C. Beesley, a local noted sculptor, was instrumental in forming the first humane society in Rutherford County in 1976. He inspired the formation of the Beesley Animal Clinic in 1992. Today the Beesley Animal Foundation operates Beesley Animal Clinic and is dedicated to decreasing the suffering caused by pet overpopulation.
Paws & Pearls 2018
Our Committee has been hard at work planning our 9th Annual Paws & Pearls. We hope you plan to join us on Saturday, April 7, 2018, at “Sitaspel Down”, the home of Ruth and Eddy Taylor. For more information on reservations, please call 615-217-1030.
Paws & Pearls Committee: Penny Bolton & Susan Wilson- 2018 Paws & Pearls Co-Chairs, Robin Brown, CJ Kowall, Gerald Melton, Freda Morgan, June Muranyi, Amanda Oliver, Katie Peachey, Nancy Releford
Interested in volunteering at Beesley? Volunteers must be at least 18 years old or accompanied by an adult. Email Katie at Marketing@BeesleyFoundation.com to start volunteering.
The Beesley Animal Clinic and Beesley Animal Foundation actively promote responsible pet ownership with the welfare and humane treatment of all animals of utmost importance. However, we are not a humane shelter, nor are we set-up for pet rescue or rehoming. Any pets left in abandonment at the Beesley facility will be turned over to PAWS (Pet Adoption and Welfare Services) of Rutherford County, TN and we will assist as we can with finding and prosecuting those responsible.
If you’d like to make a monetary donation, Beesley Animal Foundation offers a few different options. Beesley Animal Foundation was established for the welfare of animals and is dedicated to decreasing the suffering caused by pet overpopulation through education. Thank you for your support of the Jesse C. Beesley Foundation!