4th Annual PEI Humane Society Golf Tournament raises almost $18,000!
On behalf of Investors Group and the PEI Humane Society, we sincerely thank all those who supported this successful event.
Funds will support shelter care for homeless and injured animals.
Happy Adoption Theodore
From the moment I brought Theodore (formerly Diego) home you would have thought that he always lived here. He is super friendly and chatty and enjoys company and cuddles whenever he can get them. Theo loves to lay in the window but his favourite place is where ever you are. I am so glad I adopted this little munchkin!
Jaklyn and Theodore
Happy Adoption Hank ( Chester)
Three months ago we lost our black lab, Chloe (formerly known as Sweet), to cancer. We adopted her from the PEI Humane Society almost 13 years ago. We also had adopted our other dog, Ava (Snowball), almost 6 years ago. Our family was feeling a little lost without Chloe, but not more that Ava was without her big “sister”. Normally a very happy and excitable dog, she started to become mopey, and would spend her days staring out the window. Not completely knowing whether we were ready or not, still with heavy hearts,we headed to the Humane Society once again. We had decided that we would go with no expectations and if there was a dog for us, we would know it. Our idea was to get another large/medium breed dog (we always knew that we weren’t really “small dog” people). My husband and kids made the first trip there, and when they walked through the door there was little, tiny Hank (Chester) looking up at them wagging his tail. I think he had them at hello! I went out later that day and he won me over instantly. He is now a very loved member of our family. He is very smart, and loves to cuddle……yes, he literally cuddles. He and Ava have become great buddies and even the cats ( yes, we also adopted 2 cats 11 years ago) don’t mind him. Thanks to the PEI Humane Society for all that you do! Guess we were small dog people after all!
Happy Adoption Luna
Luna (Angel) is doing really well. She’s pretty calm most of the time, loves playing fetch with balls (and short walks around the neighbourhood) with lots of play in our yard. This is a photo of Luna rolling in the grass in the front yard.
A callout to all active volunteers!
We are needing more cat enrichment volunteers. Basic tasks are: read and relax program, gentle brushing, kitty playtime and more! If you are interested in volunteering visit our website. (Pictured here is volunteer Leah snuggling kitten Anne Bolin)http://www.peihumanesociety.com/volunteer/how-you-can-help/