Tailwaggers of Keysville

Keysville, VA Thrift store benefiting the dogs and cats for a better life. All proceeds go to the lo

05/28/2020

We are Open our normal hours but please practice social distancing and for your safety, wear a mask.

05/12/2020

We will be re-opening May 15th. Please continue to practice social distancing while in the store.

03/27/2020

Due to the spread and stay in place sanction for Covid-19, we will remain closed until at-least April 9th, 2020. Please check back often for updates as to when we will be re-opening. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Photos from Tailwaggers of Keysville's post 02/07/2020

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02/06/2020

The feral cats from the colony in Keysville have been spayed/neutered and had their rabies shots. They are ready to be rehomed. They need to be adopted in pairs (for companionship and a feeling of safety), be confined two or three weeks (to get used to smells, sounds, mark/scent their territory), and when they are ready to be released from their confinement, it needs to be done at night so they can explore their new surroundings. Even though they will be working cats (mousers), they still need a source of food and water, and of course, shelter. It is recommended that, if possible, they be confined where their bedding/food will be placed. Anyway, I have printed this information from a feral cat society and will supply it as needed. If you or anyone you know would like two (or more which would be great), I can be contacted at [email protected] (please use subject line Barn Cats). Or stop by Tailwaggers, I am usually there on Saturday. I will be glad to bring them to you.
Thanks,

12/16/2019

A number of feral cats have been trapped in the Keysville area and are slated for Spay/Neuter/ rabies shots beginning Jan. 21. Until then they are safe, warm and being fed. If you would like some beautiful barn cats or know of someone who would, please contact me at Tailwaggers. If I am not there, someone can give you my contact info; however, being an old, well, you know what I want to say, I don’t text! After their surgery they will be ready to go, and I will make arrangements to bring them to you.
According to one feral cat organization, at least two should go together. They need to be kept enclosed at least two weeks, three is better, preferably in the environment where they are to live, i.e., the barn as long as they can’t escape. It is also advisable not to open up to let them roam if it is raining because cats use their sense of smell to find where they belong. If requested, I will print this info from Cats’ Cradle. They have been great in advising me about this whole process. I also want to thank Southside SPCA and Tailwaggers for footing the Spay/Neuter bill. Just think how many kittens won’t be born this spring and left to the elements.
Trapping is hard work!!!!

12/14/2019

We would like to thank everyone for their continued support throughout the year.

12/14/2019

Christmas Sale starting on the 12th

Photos from Tailwaggers of Keysville's post 12/09/2019

Come by and see our newest items and stocking stuffers

Photos from Tailwaggers of Keysville's post 10/26/2019

Recent additions

10/06/2019

Looking for a costume to dress up your furbaby to go to the Annual Southside SPCA Open House on Sunday, October 20th? Come on in and see what we have.

Southside SPCA - Freshpet 10/01/2019

Southside SPCA - Freshpet

Southside SPCA - Freshpet One Facebook share to your page counts as one vote, and you can only vote once. So be sure to share your favorite rescue’s submission page, and let all of your friends on Facebook know to share as well!

Southside SPCA - Freshpet 10/01/2019

Southside SPCA - Freshpet

Southside SPCA - Freshpet One Facebook share to your page counts as one vote, and you can only vote once. So be sure to share your favorite rescue’s submission page, and let all of your friends on Facebook know to share as well!

09/28/2019

Southside SPCA

Southside SPCA The Southside SPCA is an independent, donor-supported, nonprofit, 501(c)(organization dedicated to the welfare of companion animals in Southside Virginia.

Tailwaggers of Keysville updated their business hours. 09/28/2019

Tailwaggers of Keysville updated their business hours.

Tailwaggers of Keysville updated their business hours.

Tailwaggers of Keysville updated their website address. 09/28/2019

Tailwaggers of Keysville updated their website address.

Tailwaggers of Keysville updated their website address.

Photos from Tailwaggers of Keysville's post 09/22/2019

Photos from Tailwaggers of Keysville's post

Website

Address


439 Railroad Avenue
Keysville, VA
23947

Opening Hours

Thursday 10am - 3pm
Friday 10am - 3pm
Saturday 10am - 2pm

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