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Humane Society fundraiser at Red Ox Inn Oct. 24

Sean O’Connor is putting his all into another fundraiser for the Edmonton Humane Society, to be held at the Red Ox Inn in Strathearn on Monday, Oct. 65 more words


IN PHOTOS: 71 dogs and puppies rescued in large-scale mission in Northern Alberta

Dozens of dogs and puppies were rescued from communities outside Peace River, Alta. over the weekend by the Edmonton Humane Society and the Pet Food Bank of Parkland County. 983 more words


Edmonton's Oliver outdoor pool welcomes pooches for last splash of the season

The City of Edmonton’s Oliver Outdoor Pool is closed for the season to regular swimmers, but four-legged ones will get one last swim.

The Edmonton Humane Society is holding its annual Dog Dive Saturday afternoon, which gives the public a chance bring their pooches to a city pool for a swim. 138 more words


'We're completely slammed with cats': Shelters and rescues forced to turn animals away

They’re calling it a cat crisis.

“We literally can’t take any more in,” said Terra MacLean with Second Chance Animal Rescue Society.

Still, the phones are ringing daily and the emails don’t stop. 718 more words


Loving homes wanted: Edmonton Humane Society reaches cat capacity

The Edmonton Humane Society is facing a “cat crisis,” its director of operations says.

“We call this kitten season,” Corey Mowles said Thursday, explaining the shelter is flooded with newborn cats at this time of year. 244 more words

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Edmonton Humane Society at 'maximum capacity' for cats and kittens

The Edmonton Humane Society is overrun with cats and kittens and has temporarily closed the doors to healthy strays and owner-surrenders.

A staggering 179 cats and 250 kittens are currently in the society’s care, pushing the feline population to maximum capacity. 323 more words


Humane Society holds adoption event after reaching 'maximum capacity' for cats

A weekend open house event showcasing the work of the Edmonton Humane Society and its partnership with the city’s Animal Care and Control division, doubled as a cat adoption event after it said it had reached “maximum capacity for the animals. 208 more words