Tulip was found wandering the streets of Regina by the Regina Humane Society over a year ago, and now she's ours. We love her! We think she's pretty fond of us too :)
The Regina Humane Society helps so many animals in so many ways. Here are the top 10 reasons why we donate to them:
- RHS provides lost-and-found services - first and foremost they send lost animals back home
- RHS takes-in homeless and unwanted animals, and finds new homes for them through fostering and adoption
- RHS operates Regina's only open-admission animal shelter where all animals get life-saving food, shelter and care
- RHS protects animals from people by investigating animal cruelty complaints which lead to criminal charges and convictions under the Animal Protection Act of Saskatchewan and The Criminal Code of Canada
- RHS protects people from animals by being first on the scene to deal with aggressive animals in our community
- RHS provides free spays/neuters to animals living in low-income households thereby reducing birth rates for puppies and kittens and future homeless animals
- RHS educates pet owners about proper care and provides in-school and community humane education programs
- RHS takes homeless animals into the community to bring joy to hospital patients and seniors home residents
- RHS provides temporary refuge to pets during times of family crisis through their Safe Places program
- RHS provides 24-hour emergency response for animals in distress - then fixes, heals, and rehomes as many as possible!
Your donations go a long way. Please support Regina's homeless animals like Tulip through the Regina Humane Society's telethon this Sunday.