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Here is our flyer if you would like to post it somewhere. That would be great!
Lakeshore Humane Society’s 2016 Yard Sale Flyer
Lakeshore Humane Society’s Annual Yard Sale is being held on August 20-21, 2016!
The yard sale will be at
Floral Hall at Chautauqua County Fairgrounds.
Saturday, August 20th from 9-5 p.m.
Sunday, August 21st from 9-4 p.m.
We are looking to the community for their generosity once again. Drop off days and times for donated items are:****
Tuesday – Thursday, August 16th – 18th 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
We are having a drawing for a Vizio 55″ Full HD/Smart TV Built in Wi-fi on Sunday, August 21st at the yard sale. Tickets are $1.00 each or eight tickets for $5.00!
****No large appliances, metal bed springs, magazines, encyclopedias, clothing, electronics (TV’s computer monitors,
towers and printers) please. Any questions call 672-1991.
Wonder what the “Lonely Hearts Club for Cats” is all about? We have had some orphans here for a very long time from 1-3 years patiently waiting for their new home. Why are they not given a second glance? Most of them are shy and need to come out of their shell. They are not your typical lap cat. But with an experienced cat person, willing to give the love, time, and patience these cats need and crave, they can turn out to be the most loving cats when given a chance. Is that person you? Can you open up your heart to one of our cats in the Lonely Hearts Club? Please look at the pictures of these cats – their longing eyes for someone to help them show their wonderful personalities! We have some that have become friends so adopting both of them together will help each one feel more secure in a new environment. Click on their pictures below and read about them. The adoption fee for any of these cats is $30.00.
PET ADOPTION APPLICATION (word format)
Stormy and Maya are friends!
Maya and Stormy are friends!
Dante & Tiger are friends!
Tiger and Dante are friends!
The nØkill Mission
The nØkill Network is dedicated to promoting no-kill animal shelters, organizations, and rescue groups by helping people learn about and locate these organizations.
The nØkill Network also strives to promote the no-kill model so that shelters that do not currently have a no-kill policy might take the initiative needed to gain the public, governmental, and financial support necessary to become a no-kill organization.
Shelters that historically euthanized healthy, adoptable animals have been able to make this change – it is possible and we hope that this community can help to provide the ideas, education, and support necessary to make it happen for the rest of the shelters throughout the nation.
Please join the community to learn, participate, and support the mission! Click on the logo below to view the site.
With kitten season here, our society is in great need of kitten chow. We also need Purina Cat Complete food (in the blue bags) If you can donate any of these items, the kitties would appreciate it! Thank you for your kindness and oh yes, the kitties thank you, too!
Click on our donations wish list here: Donations Wish List
Cat Waiting List
Because of the large volume of calls, we would like everyone to know that we have a waiting list for cats. Please call our (716) 672-1991 number and request to be placed on the waiting list for cats if you wish to surrender your cat or if you have found a cat. Please make sure to leave your contact information as we update the list frequently to verify that the cat/cats still need to be brought in. Thank you for your understanding and patience.
Dog Waiting List
We would like everyone to know that we have a waiting list for dogs. Please call our (716) 672-1991 number indicating that you have a dog to surrender and the Dog Area Manager will call you back to let you know if the dog needs to be placed on the waiting list or if there is a spot available. We are a 10-pen dog facility. We do not board dogs for individuals. Thank you for your understanding and patience.