​​​ ​​​Randolph County Animal Shelter  
 
104 Animal Shelter Road, Wedowee, AL. 36278 

Tuesday through Saturday 9am to 3pm     (256) 357-0101

   5,000 Adoption Celebration: August 12, 2017


​​​​ NEXT  Indoor Book Sale

​is rescheduled due to current events.

It is now October 10 and 17, 2020

We entertained our visitors with cake, Deputy Dog (mascot), and our staff including April Wheeler Richardson.

New and used materials.  We have CD's, DVD's, audio tapes, books (hard and soft cover), and collectible comic books.  All materials are classified into sections as Westerns, Novels, Travel, etc.  Hardbacks $2, paperbacks $1, children's books 3/$1, romance grab bag $1. The nearby Roanoke Museum is usually open during our book sales.  We welcome donations of CD/DVD/Books/Cassettes, and Audio tapes, but we can not accept encyclopedias, textbooks, magazines, or VHS tapes because they do not sell well. 

Please bring your donation items to RCAS or leave on the porch at the Old Cotton Warehouse, thank you!

9am to 1pm at the Old Cotton Warehouse (indoors), on Main Street, Roanoke, AL.,

located across from the Cedarwood Cemetery and the Randolph Leader newspaper.

Click news story below to open, or open in Media tab.

      Listed by Month

Indoor seating while you browse. 

Volunteers will be happy to assist you.

We are a 501(c)3 charity

Because of our adopters, rescue partners, sponsors and volunteers, and simply awesome staff and Board of Directors....WE ALL have accomplished 5,000 adoptions since we opened 10/27/2007.  It took 5 years for the first 1,000 adoptions, and then 4,000 more lucky dogs and cats were adopted in the next 5 years.  WE THANK YOU, for your help!

As printed in the Randolph Leader newspaper 5/20/20, page 8A.  

  Christmas Parade  December 7, 2017


   Our 12/1/16 participation in the Wedowee Christmas Parade.

   The 2017 parade was cancelled due to snow.

October:  Barktoberfest


Our second annual Barktoberfest event was held 11/4/17

in Roanoke with a lot of organizing by Gerson's Garden! 

The parade is cancelled for 2018, but we hope

to resume it in 2019.  (The organizer had a 'life

change', but will be back!!!)