Join us on Saturday, September 13th, for the Heart of the Catskills Humane Society’s 12th Annual Woofs & Wags Dog Walk at our NEW LOCATION: SUNY Delhi Upper Fields from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm!
This year’s fun-raising event theme is “Hollywood Goes to the Dogs” and we’re celebrating like high society to help dogs and cats find their forever homes! Feel free to dress yourself and your canine companion in your finest Academy Awards-worthy attire – or like your favorite actor or actress – for this afternoon affair!
Visit the Dog Walk Website for more information!
Download the Pledge Form and start collecting pledges!
Visit our Dog Walk Sponsors!
Aug. 2nd / Margaretville Hospital Flea Market / 9 - 5
Aug. 2nd /Lucky Dog Farm Store Adoption Event
Aug. 16th / Pakatakan Farmers' Market / 9- 3
Sept. 27th /Cauliflower Festival - Margaretville/ 10 - 4
Oct. 11-12th / Bellayre Fall Festival / 10 - 5
We are excited to promote our “Adopt a Cat Cage or Dog Kennel” program. By participating in this program, you, as an individual, organization or business, can help us care for the homeless animals by sponsoring a cat cage or dog kennel for a month, six months or a year.
Your cage or kennel sponsorship will help fund the food, vaccinations and spay or neuter surgery for each cat or dog housed in it while they wait for their “fur-ever” homes!
Find out how you can Adopt a Cage or Kennel.
Catch up on the highlights from the past year in our latest edition of the Shelter Scoop...
Inside this edition:
-Motorcycle Club Fundraiser
-Spotlight on Foster Families
-“Take a Hike” Fundraiser
-Spotlight on Foster Families
-Dog Walk Sponsors!
-Ways to Help
Read the 2014 Newletter
We are happy to announce our newest adoption partnership with Petco in Oneonta NY. Please visit our wonderful cats available for adoption at the adoption center at Petco in Oneonta! They are all waiting for their "fur-ever" homes!
HCHS is looking for foster care givers for kittens and their moms. All you need is an extra room, attention, some time, and lots of love!
If interested, please call the shelter at 607-746-3080, or email.
Contact the shelter for upcoming class dates. Classes are held over a six week span led by Jan Newcomer, at the Countryside Care Center. Classes fill up quickly so reserve your spot soon. Contact the shelter for more information and future class dates at 607-746-3080 or by email.
"I decided to pool two of my favorite passions: running and animals in need, so on October 19th I will be running my first Empire State Half Marathon and dedicating it to the Heart of the Catskills Humane Society. Along with dedicating the run, I am fundraising for them too!"
Learn more about Heidee and her fundraiser to benefit the shelter!
Volunteers are at the heart of HCHS. They help with everything from walking dogs, socializing cats, grounds work, facility maintenance, office tasks, community outreach programs, to helping us find forever homes for our pets. For more information on how you can become a volunteer, please call us at 607-746-3080.
Shop online through iGive.com where up to 26% of each purchase you make is donated to HCHS. Shop from over 730 stores like Amazon, eBay, Travelocity, Home Depot, Staples, and many, many more. We are listed on iGive.com under our corporate name: Humane Society of Central Delaware County, Inc. Click here or below to sign up and help our homeless animals.
Heart of the Catskills is a certified eBayGiving Works - MissionFish nonprofit organization. This means that if you sell items on eBay you can now donate apercentage (10% - 100%) of your sale to benefit the shelter. How it works in a nutshell: "eBay Giving Works is a fun, easy way to support our cause. Simply list an item on eBay, select our organization to benefit, and choose the percentage you want to give. When your item sells, MissionFish will collect your donation send it to our organization, and provide you with a tax receipt."
Learn more about eBay Giving Works to begin selling for the shelter.
Visit the HCHS eBay Giving Works Page
If you happen to be listening to the new community radio station in Roxbury, WIOX (91.3 FM), and you hear a catchy jingle with a meow and a bark or two, you will know that you are about to hear something about our little shelter.
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