LHS ACTIVITIES- CHECK OUT DETAILS BELOW!

Here are some of our orphans looking for their permanent and loving homes!

 

Thank you for your donations!  Don’t forget, when you make a donation through PayPal, to click on the Add Special Instructions to the Seller to let us know about your donation, i.e., in memory of, in honor of,  purchasing tickets, etc.Donate Button with Credit Cards

 

And, once again, to this community and everyone involved in our

2017 Yard Sale. . .

We would like to thank the community, sponsors, and volunteers who helped at our 2017 yard sale this year.  It was a huge success thanks to everyone’s contributions (in many ways).  The winner of the TV this year was Brett Lancaster.

Congratulations, Brett!

Suzie

Black Cats on Special: the adoption fee for black cats is $20.00 for the month of September. We have many very handsome and friendly cats that are black or mostly black. Check out our “Cats to Adopt” page and come meet that “special one” that you know is just for you!  Click on Suzie’s and Leo’s picture to learn more about them!

Leo

Slick is looking for his permanent home. Click on his picture and read all about him!

Slick

 Our next adoption day is:
September 23rd
The adoption day hours are from 12:00 – 4:00 p.m. at the
LHS Adoption Center
431 E. Chestnut Street
Dunkirk, NY.

PET ADOPTION APPLICATION (word format)

Would you like to volunteer?  Here is our application!  LHS Volunteer Application

Save the date!
Lakeshore Humane Society’s
2nd Annual Fur Ball Auction and Gala!
November 11, 2017!

Meet the Artist who designed our Fur Ball posters, invitations and wine labels.  Michaela was instrumental in capturing the look and feel of our Fur Ball Gala marketing materials, making them a signature design.  Thank you Michaela!

Michaela Worosz is an illustrator, book artist, and installation artist, born in Dunkirk, NY.  She received her BA in Visual Arts and New Media at the State University of New York at Fredonia in 2015.  That same year, Michaela moved to Buffalo, NY, where she began an internship at the Burchfield Penney Art Center, working as a digital archivist.  In 2016, she started her master’s degree in Museum Studies at Buffalo State College with a concentration in Education and Visitor Experience.  

Michaela’s artwork ranges in scale from small pencil and ink drawings to life sized paper installations.  She frequently uses many different art styles in her work from comic book and anime to stylized nature themes.

Visit Michaela’s website at: mworosz.weebly.com