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Humane Society hosts Microchip Clinic to help lost pets return home

Having a microchip greatly increases the likelihood of the animal being reunited with their owner.

The Guelph Humane Society knows that a missing pet can be a stressful situation, and when pets don’t have any identification it can be even more worrisome.


The Guelph Humane Society is reuniting ‘BooBoo’ with her family after being lost for four years.

GUELPH, ON (Monday, March 27, 2016) – The Guelph Humane Society is reuniting ‘BooBoo’, the female brown tabby cat, with her family after being lost for four (4) years. The twist – BooBoo originally went missing in Watsonville, California in 2013.


Keep cats safe & save bird lives in Guelph

Guelph (September 20, 2016) – Canada’s bird and cat populations are in trouble, and a coalition of Guelph groups working with Nature Canada’s Keep Cats Safe & Save Bird Lives campaign are calling on the community to help keep both safe by keeping cats from roaming outdoors unsupervised.


Guelph Humane Society seeks support from the public

GUELPH, ON (August 2, 2016) – The Guelph Humane Society is seeking support from the public after an intake of approximately 60 small animals and birds into its care, including 20 rabbits (which includes one nursing mother and another confirmed pregnant), 5 hedgehogs, 2 chinchillas, 2 chickens, 20 button quail, and 11 coturnix quail. The Guelph Humane Society is asking the community for support to help care for these animals.


Guelph Humane Society announces the “Cat Days of Summer” Adoption Event

GUELPH, ON (July 11, 2016) – The Guelph Humane Society is pleased to announce the “Cat Days of Summer” Adoption campaign, with the goal of finding loving homes for as many cats and kittens as possible over the next few weeks.

The summertime brings a large influx in the number of cats and kittens entering the humane society’s care, so the Guelph Humane Society is encouraging cat-lovers to come and check out the cats available for adoption.


Guelph Humane Society seeking barn homes for their Barn Cat Adoption Program

GUELPH, ON (May 6, 2016) – The Guelph Humane Society is reaching out to the local rural community in hopes of finding more barn homes to participate in their Barn Cat Adoption Program.

While the majority of cats that come into the Guelph Humane Society are able to be adopted into traditional home environments, there are some cats for which this is not suitable. The barn cat adoption program offers a second chance for difficult-to-place felines, such as cats that are feral or poorly socialized, or those with behavioural issues such as poor litter box habits.


Raise a glass for homeless animals at the Guelph Humane Society’s Walk & Whine on June 4th

The Guelph Humane Society invites you to raise your glass in support of those animals that need it the most in our community! The 4th Annual Walk & Whine event will take place on Saturday, June 4th.  The Walk and Whine brings together some of Guelph’s premier food and beverage venues to raise money for the care of hundreds of animals in need that are brought to the Guelph Humane Society each year.