It is with heavy hearts that we mourn the sudden loss of our Executive Director Amanda Oliver.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family, loved ones and to all those who were blessed to know her.  She was loved and respected by the entire Beesley Animal Clinic staff as well as the Board of Directors for the Beesley Animal Foundation.  She will be deeply missed by the entire community, but Amanda’s compassion and love for animals that she exhibited in the work she did as Executive Director for the Foundation that spanned a few decades will live on forever.

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 which is primarily a spay neuter clinic. Today the Beesley Animal Foundation operates Beesley Animal Clinic and is dedicated to decreasing the suffering caused by pet overpopulation.

Interested in volunteering at Beesley? Volunteers must be at least 18 years old or accompanied by an adult. Email to start volunteering.

 Abandoning Animals is Unlawful

Abandoning Animals is Unlawful

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.

Monetary Donation

If you’d like to make a monetary donation, Beesley Animal Foundation offers a few different options. Donate Online by clicking on the PayPal, Venmo or Giving Matters Link. Or, you can mail a check to the Beesley Animal Foundation to PO Box 1886, Murfreesboro, TN 37133-1886. Thank you for your support of the programs of the Beesley Animal Foundation.

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