Did you know that we collect aluminum cans??? One way you can help our shelter is to drop your aluminum cans in the dumpster located in our parking lot. (24 hours a day, 7 days a week) We receive a monthly contribution from Omni Source for the cans we receive. Not only are you helping the environment, but you are making a big difference to our Shelter.
Want to know more about the importance of spaying or neutering your pet, as well as other animal related information and issues? Visit the Spay Neuter Services of Indiana website. Sign up for their newsletter also. www.spayneuterservices.org
If you happen to drive by the location of where we will be building our new Shelter on CR 200 N, you will see that the barn is resided. When complete, it will have a freshly painted white roof! Stop by and take a look!
Oreo, as you can see, is a beautiful dog. She lost her home when her family had no choice but to move. Being under so much stress here, it has taken Oreo some time to adjust to everyone. When you win her heart, she is so sweet. She gets very attached to the people she loves. She enjoys her belly and back scratched. She does know a couple basic commands. Oreo is around 3 years old and is a Pit mix. She weighs in right at 50 pounds. Oreo would need to be the only animal in the home. Please share Oreo’s story and help her find a forever home.
Chevy has been here twice. Both times, he came in as a stray. After being adopted, we soon learned he does not appreciate the company of other cats. Since he didn’t get along with the other cats, he was made into a barn cat. Chevy decided to go on a little adventure and got lost. He came back to us extremely skinny after his long journey. He barely had the energy to move. Chevy is getting back to himself. He is chubby, and full of life. He is the perfect cat for a one cat household!
A portion of the proceeds benefit the Steuben County Humane Society.
H.O.P.E for Animals Spay/Neuter Clinic
Next Spay/Neuter Clinic:
for Steuben County
Monday, February 22, 2016. Animal drop off is between 4:00pm and 4:30pm at the Shelter. Transported to H.O.P.E same day. Surgery is the next day February 23, 2016. Animals return to the Shelter that day to be picked up between 4:45pm and 5pm.
Space on the transports fill quickly so come in and register for the transports as soon as possible. Stop in or call the Shelter for details. 260-833-2877