Let's make our homeless animals our happiest pets.
Friends of MACC works directly with Metro Animal Care and Control (MACC), Nashville’s only open admission shelter that serves nearly 7,000 homeless animals each year. We focus on enriching the shelter environment for animals and people, supporting community programs, and promoting adoptions to help save Nashville’s homeless animals.
We are volunteers rallying
around MACC to enrich the lives
of homeless animals – and all animals – in our community.
Join us to walk dogs, foster
kittens, host events, and
so much more.
MACC helps both animals
and families in our community
when they need it most.
Your support helps up provide
vital resources so people
can keep their pets
home, healthy, and safe.
Do you like meeting new people and having fun -- and saving homeless animals?
Then join us for one
of our events. You'll meet adoptable animals and wonderful people.
MACC serves all 684K residents in Davidson County – and many of our most vulnerable animals. MACC’s doors are always open, and they provide invaluable service to our community each day: