We love hearing from our adopters and how each animal is doing in their new home! Here are some Happy Tails that have been shared with us from previous adopters of the Guelph Humane Society.
Hello, Baloo is settling in very well! His new sister Beans is accepting him faster than anticipated. The only down fall is that I have lost my place on the couch! Seriously though, Baloo had made our family feel complete again and he is such a good kitty.
Willy was surrendered to GHS by a loving man who found him at the side of the road. Willy weighed only 26lbs, had two cherry eyes and wounds in his leg. The GHS team got him the medical attention he needed and he was ready to adopt. He was featured on the GHS’ weekly spot on Rogers showing availab...Read Morele animals and my Mom called me immediately. “You have to see this poor boy” she said. So I took the day off work ,packed up my kids and my other bulldog and we drove 2 hours to meet him. It was love at first sight. He just wanted to be next to my Lulu and nuzzled right into her neck. 3.5 years later and Willy is a happy boy. We couldn’t imagine our family without him!
We are happy to say that Finn stole our hearts the day we met him. We knew that he had claimed us the minute he hopped into the car on our drive home from the shelter. He's a complete cuddle monster and loves to give kisses the minute we get home. Thank you again for considering us to be his foreve...Read Morer home. Ellen & Todd
Dot and Chip (now Leela and Gilmour) are doing great. They are very playful, cuddly and definitely get along with each other very well. We couldn't have asked for any better with them!
These satellite ears and little legs have grown into a playful and attentive ball of energy. Molly continues to bring such a spark to life. Happy to report she’s thriving!
I just wanted to let you know that Chip (my son renamed her Taxi) is doing just great. There were zero problems with her settling in here- she and my son have taken to each other quite well. there will be no lack of love between the 2 of them. Thank you very much. Taxi is now a part of our family
Anna was found last February on the side of the highway and brought to the GHS. She was a funny little lamb and it didn't take long for everyone to fall in love with her! Her new adoptive mom sent us an update and told us she now lives happily ever after with her sister Elsa, another rescue lamb!
Elliott (white/tan) was adopted nine years ago through GHS, since becoming a part of the family, he always welcomes us home, gives us "baths", provides more than enough snuggles and enjoys indoor camping. We recently adopted Jasper (now known as Draisaitl) and he instantly made himself at home with...Read More us and his brother. He definitely keeps us on our toes whether it be climbing in places he shouldn't be, playing with toys while we try to sleep or trying to eat his big brother's food but he's so loving and happy that we wouldn't change a thing. Thank you to GHS for all your hard work and care of all the animals that come through your facility.
I cannot explain how much I love Buzz. He has changed my life completely and made it so much better. I am truly thankful that the Guelph Humane society gave me the opportunity to adopt him.
We have given Lutz a new name; Jace. He is adjusting very well! After the first day or so it wasn't long before he seemed to be very comfortable in his new home.
She is adjusting very well to her new home and is a friendly, happy kitty. Her new name is Gryphon!
Bell (who we renamed Juniper) has adjusted so well to our home. Her personality is super spunky and we have had zero issues with her. She enjoys sleeping on top of my head in bed (which proves difficult for sleeping with her loud purring), but other than that, she seems very comfortable.