PEI Humane Society

Somebunnies Are Almost Gone!!!!

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You have waited all year! Well wait no longer Somebunnies are back!!!

This Easter what better way to treat your favorite somebody but with their very one Ganz plush Somebunny from the PEI Humane Society.

Only $20.00* and they come with their very own adoption certificate.
Now available at the PEI Humane Society at 309 Sherwood Road.

Also available at:

Blue Ribbon Pet Supplies

Global Pet Foods Charlottetown

Global Pet Foods Summerside

 

Thursday April 17 Confederation Court Mall 10:00 – 2:00

* all proceeds go to the PEIA


Garment Depot Names PEI Humane Society as Charity of Choice

Garment Depot Announcement

The Garment Depot is pleased to announce they have partnered with the PEI Humane Society as their new charity of choice.

The Garment Depot, formerly known as Froggies, is located at 9 Jordan Crescent, in Charlottetown.

It operates as a quality used clothing and house- wares retailer. Donations of slightly-used clothing, footwear, accessories, house- wares, lines and books are always welcome howeve, it does not accept furniture or electrical appliances.  Every donation to The Garment Depot is weighed and for every pound of donated goods, a monetary donation will be made to the PEI Humane Society, which operates the Island’s only shelter for lost, abandoned and homeless animals.

Donations must be brought directly to the Garment Depot on weekdays from 9:00 am – 9:00 pm and on Saturdays from 9:00 am – 6pm. More information can be obtained by calling (902)-367-4044. 


Book Raises Funds for PEI Humane Society

 

Hilary Prince of Stratford has published a collection of stories about the animals she has known throughout her life in a book called “Best Friends”, which is now available at the PEI Humane Society with a donation, in lieu of a purchase.

A collection of eight real-life stories and two poems written by Prince.

Stop by the Shelter today to pick up your copy.

 

Hilary Prince, Foreward “Best Friends”

“We can acquire pets, preferably from an animal shelter,or by accident when an animal adopts us. Both ways also require dedication, responsibilities, and careful thought before becoming an animal guardian. 

Pet care is not inexpensive and it is wise to talk to a veterinarian who may help you understand what is required on caring for a pet physically, financially, and emotionally.  As most of you know, there are many excellent books on pet care. It’s a good idea to study several before your pet arrives.”

Hilary Prince Kelly andEx Rosy

Hilary Prince, author featured with Kelly Mullaly, Executive Director of the PEI Humane Society and Rosy the dog.


Stretch and Scratch

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Help restock the PEI Humane Society Stretch and Scratch supply.

You can make a donation toward the  purchase a Stretch and Scratch for the cats and kittens at the Shelter.

Click here to find out more.

 


 

Help the PEI Humane Society Collect Air Miles

 

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Did you know you can collect Air Miles on behalf of the PEI Humane Society?

It’s true, all you need to do is print of a copy of our Collector Card Number and present this number at participating Air Miles retailers.  The Air Miles you collect will go directly to our account.

The PEI Humane Society uses Air Miles to help with the purchase of day to day items that are needed at the Shelter.  Air Miles are also a great help in allowing our Shelter staff to attend industry conferences and seminars, where they learn new techniques on improving the lives of Shelter animals.

If you would like to start collecting Air Miles for the PEI Humane Society simple print of a copy of our Collector Card Number here.

 

Happy Collecting!