98% Adoption Rate
You Can Help!
The Humane Society of Western Montana relies on the generosity of our community to provide programs and services for pets and people. Thank you for continuing to help us maintain a 98% adoption rate since 2010.
If you love 'em, leave your dog at home!
It's not cool to leave your dog in a hot car--learn why cars heat up so quickly and why pets can't cool themselves off as quickly as humans.
If you see a dog in distress, act quickly!
- Write down the make, model and license plate and ask the store manager to quickly page the owner.
- If you are not near a business and it's between 7:30pm and 5:00pm, call Missoula City-County Animal Control at 541-7387.
- After hours, call 911.
Leaving a dog in a car for 'just a few minutes' may be too long. by the time a dog is exhibiting symptoms of heatstroke--lethergy, heavy panting, confusion--it's often too late. If you think your dog has heatstroke, call your veterinarian right away or go to the nearest pet emergency clinic.
To read the press release, click here.
To print a 'My Dog is Cool' pledge for you and your kids to sign, click here.
To print a sign to hang up at your business, click here.
A Successful Adopt-a-Cat Month!: 45 cat and kittens found new homes
Thank you to all the families and donors who adopted a cat and donated to our Cat Corner Spruce-up Fund in June. We are excited to start renovating and updating this space to make it enjoyable and enriching for cats, adotpers and volunteers. Stay tuned for photos as we begin the work!
It's almost summer, which means it's almost time for Canine Classic Fundraising! Our Canine Classic Fundraising and registration website is up, so sign up now and help us in our mission of Saving Every Animal every time!
Also, back this year by popular demand is the famed Wine & Bitch dinner. Hosted the night before the Canine Classic, this will be a delicious dinner put together by Paws Up's excellent chef Ben Jones, with only the best of wine accompaniments. Plus, Paws Up accomodations are "locally-priced" for the evening before the run so you can make a weekend of it!
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