Brookhaven Animal Rescue League

The "Cat's Meow" Rummage Sale was a huge success.  Thank you to all our shoppers and volunteers - especially Deana!

Wish List


--Purina Puppy Chow for our babies sensitive tummies.


--Canned dog food and cat food


--Dog Collars of all sizes.  We take gently used ones too.


--Clorox Bleach to clean, clean, clean.


--Paper Towels because we can't have too many.


--Dog Chew Bones to keep them occupied.


​--Dog Toys (without stuffing) and Cat Toys to keep them happy.


​--Gift Cards to hardware stores, Walmart and Home Depot for the MANY repairs continually needed at the Adoption Center.


Discount spay/neuter

Residents of Copiah, Franklin and Lincoln Counties who are on a government assistance program can have their dog or cat spayed/neutered at a discounted rate.  $40 off female spay and $25 off male neuter.  Contact one of the following veterinarians to make your appointment today:

Animal Health Center - 601-833-7788                                  Animal Medical Center - 601-833-0589
Brookhaven Animal Hospital - 601-833-1223                      Copiah Animal Hospital - 601-892-4607
Larkin Veterinary Clinic - 601-384-8555

See some of our adoptable pets on the Petfinder scroller at the top of our page or click on the photo titled

"See our adoptable pets!".  

To view BARL's adoptable pets on your phone,

go to  

Spay or Neuter your pet NOW!

Kittens can get pregnant when they are four months old.  Also, some breeds of dogs can get pregnant before they are six months old.  Talk to your veterinarian about the right age to spay/neuter you pet.  

Want to help the animals?

Your donations keep us going...

BARL is a 501 (c)3 charity and donations are

tax-deductible.  We do not receive any government funding and depend on donations from the public, businesses, and our numerous fund-raising efforts.  Please give when you can, as much as you can. 

Thank you.


If you can't adopt, foster.  If you can’t foster, donate. 

If you can’t donate, volunteer.  If you can’t volunteer, educate.



The Brookhaven Animal Rescue League     was established in 1981 and is a nonprofit, limited-admission, volunteer-based animal welfare organization.

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