Press releases

February 11, 2014 – PEI Humane Society To Partner With PetSmart in Adoption Weekend

If you are looking for a wonderful way to celebrate this Valentine’s Day weekend, why not consider opening your heart and home to a new four-legged family member ?  The PetSmart Charities National Adoption Weekend, happening at the Charlottetown PetSmart location, 51 Babineau Avenue from February 14 – 16th, is the perfect place to make that happen.

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March 5, 2014 – PEI Humane Society To Host a Microchip Clinic

The PEI Humane Society is holding a low-cost microchip clinic on Sunday, March 9th, from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm at Blue Ribbon Pet Supply, located at 375 University Ave, Charlottetown.

Having your pet microchipped and ensuring your contact information is up-to-date with the microchip company gives you a far better chance of being reunited with your lost pet,” explains Acting Shelter Manager, Cathy Kenny.  

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January 24, 2014

Calling all bakers and animal lovers! The second annual National Cupcake Day™ is set for Monday, February 24th and everyone across the Island is invited to bake their best cupcakes, host a cupcake party, share cupcakes with family, friends and colleagues, and collect donations all in support your local Humane Society.

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April 9, 2013 – Planet Beach Spa Surprise Recognition Program

The PEI Humane Society and Planet Beach Spa have recently joined forces to introduce the “Spa Surprise” Recognition Program.  The “Spa Surprise” is a monthly program that recognizes an adopter, donor or volunteer by surprising them with a spa package for going above and beyond when those special circumstances call for it. Read Full Press Release 

April 4, 2013 – New Cat Kennels

Thrilled by the generous support it has received from the community, the PEI Humane Society is proud to announce it has been able to upgrade more of its cat kennels.

We were able to buy eight of these kennels in 2012 for our ‘Kitty Corner’ cat adoption room, replacing small, outdated and damaged kennels that were almost 20 years old,” explains Kelly Mullaly, PEIHS Executive Director. “We were so impressed with them we knew we wanted to find a way to buy twelve more cages for our larger ‘Kitty City’.  Thanks to our very generous supporters, we were able to raise those funds and make that happen.” Read Full Press Release