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Welcome to the Niagara Falls
Humane Society

The Niagara Falls Humane Society helps find loving homes for unwanted and mistreated animals, as well as trying its best to reunite lost pets with their rightful owners.

Every year thousands of lost, abandoned, neglected and abused animals are cared at for by NFHS with respect and compassion. Our mission is to provide leadership in our community through advocacy, education and enforcement, so that all animals are appreciated and understood.

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Announcing our New App!

We now have a great new way you can connect with NFHS. See our adoptions, report cruelty, or connect with local shops support NFHS. Click one of the links below to get it now!

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Our Sponsors

Help the animals at the shelter by sponsoring a Cage -$25/mo or Kennel- $50/mo.

Thank you to our current sponsors:

David and Julie Bacon

Hether Deans

Heather and Dennis Goodes

Greendale Public School

Laurel Minnes

Bob and Jane Moore

Dave Thorpe

Judy Vent

Westmount School

Casino Niagara Sunrise Table Games Crew

Joe, Tanya and Bear Macoretta

The Haverkamp Family

The Loeffler Family

our sponsors
hours of operation

Summer Hours

(starting July 2nd)

Monday - Saturday
10am - 5pm

Sunday
Closed

Emergencies and
confined dogs

24hrs

hours of operation
<b> NIAGARA ON THE LAKE SANTA CLAUS PARADE </B>

NIAGARA ON THE LAKE SANTA CLAUS PARADE
Come have some fun with us

We have another parade to walk in, come join us, with or without your dog.

The meeting place will be at spot number 54 on Mary Street in Niagara on the Lake. The parade starts at 11 am so please be at our spot by 10:45, and bundle up!
Fundraiser for the month of December

Fundraiser for the month of December
Wild Bill's Auto Repair

For the month of December Kenny Hunter of Wild Bill's Auto Repair is kindly gathering donations for the month of December offering discount services for donations of Cat/Kitten/Dog Food , Cat Litter and toys.

*Get your oil change and lubrication done for $25.00
(Up to 5 litres of oil and filter)
Also we will give you a free winter inspection and we will also do tire rotation all for free with your donation.

He does this in memory of his father William Robert Hunter to keep his memory alive every day in everyone's heart.

Thank you again Kenny for always supporting the animals !

These prices are only good with donations that are brought directly at time of service to Wild Bills Auto Repair 7868 Oakwood Dr unit e 1 . Appointments are required 289-407-1540.
Can you help?Can you help?

Can you help?
In need of Non coloured dry cat/kitten food and canned food !

The shelter is running very low on non coloured dry food and canned food(any kind) and with winter coming the shelter is filling up again and plenty of mouths to feed.The animals thank you and so do we! If you can donate please drop it off at the main shelter in Chippawa Parkway during open hours (10-5 Monday-Saturday)
#iadopt

#iadopt
Chances to win a year supply of food or daily prizes !

This year the OSPCA and Royal Canin have partnered to bring #iadopt - a holiday contest where you can sign up and win the grand prize - a year´s supply of food. You can visit their Facebook page and submit a photo of your adopted pet for more chances to win! Follow them on twitter and use the #iadopt and you have chances to win daily prizes as well, share with your friends and read stories of adopted pets from all over Ontario. Visit http://iadopt.ca/ or http://ontariospca.ca/ for more information.
Cat Litter Needed !

Cat Litter Needed !

The cats are in need of litter ( Clumping and Non Clumping) Donations can be dropped off at the Main shelter or the Cat Adoption Centre in Niagara Square.

The kitties thank you !
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Merle's Foster family sends lots of love .... and his favorite toy

Merle is a recent transfer from North Carolina. He stayed with his foster family who took great care of him . Merle's toy was accidentally forgotten the night of transport and they just needed to send it to him right away ! A couple of days ago a package arrived and we took some pictures of Merle reunited with his favorite toy. Thank you so much to Abbye and her family for shipping this to him.It made him happy to play with his lamb chop again !

The Find Me Somebody to Love Campaign is here!

The Find Me Somebody to Love Campaign is here!
Matching Local Seniors with our Lovable Senior Pets

We've started a brand new campaign in order to match our awesome senior animals with local seniors who will love them exactly as they are. So far we are just working with cats but hope to soon be able to find loving homes for senior dogs as well. If you would like to donate to this campaign, you can either drop by the main shelter or be on the look out for our Find Me Somebody to Love donation boxes throughout the city of Niagara Falls.

To check out our available cats in the program, click on the 'Pets in Need' section of our website or find us on Facebook at facebook.com/nfhsfindmesomebodytolove
Can you help?

Can you help?

The shelter is currently in need of Martingale collars. We are looking for various sizes. We use these collars everyday and are in need of several at the moment(new or used).
Cat Cuddlers WANTED Meow!

Cat Cuddlers WANTED Meow!
Come volunteer at the Cat Adoption Centre!!!

This is Tiny, and he wants cat cuddles meow! The Cat Adoption Centre within the Niagara Square is currently looking for cat cuddlers meow!

If you believe you are a puurrrrfect fit for this position, drop by the Adoption Centre in the Niagara Square to pick up an application or download the application off of our website at www.nfhs.ca under the 'Get Involved' section.
We need dog cages

We need dog cages
Can you help?

We are looking for gently used dog cages of all sizes. If you can help, please bring your donation to the shelter or Adoption Centre as soon as possible.

Thank you so much!
BRAND NEW TO OUR WEBSITE!!!   ARE YOU MISSING YOUR ANIMAL?

BRAND NEW TO OUR WEBSITE!!! ARE YOU MISSING YOUR ANIMAL?
A new way to search for your lost pet

We have a brand-new section on our website called 'Stray Animals' which we are hoping will help reunite lost animals with their humans.

If you have recently lost your critter, please be sure to check it out often as it is updated daily.

For more information, please call the shelter at (905) 356-4404

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The 'Paw It Forward' Campaign is Here!

The 'Paw It Forward' campaign is currently underway at the Niagara Falls Humane Society!

Pictured here are the very first lucky recipients of this endeavor, who adopted Elf, a long-time resident at the shelter.

Elf's adoption fee was sponsored by the staff and volunteers at the Niagara Falls Humane Society, and so by 'paying it forward', the couple have offset the adoption fee of a mystery cat of their choosing. We are hoping this sets off a chain reaction of generosity!

If you would like to be a part of the 'Paw It Forward' campaign, please contact the shelter at (905) 356-4404 for more information.

<b>Kitty Curtailments!!!</b>

Kitty Curtailments!!!
Attention all crafty, animal-lovin' people!!!

The mission of Kitty Curtailments is to diminish the level of stress cats can and will experience in confined housing at the shelter.

Managing stress can mean the difference between a healthy cat and a sick cat. A simple cage curtain will help promote health among cats by giving them the privacy they need, and a sense of security as they await their forever homes.

We are looking to have people donate material towards this project. Bed sheets will also work as well. Round elastic cord, thread and 3/4 to 1" buttons will also be needed as well. All material can be dropped off at the Adoption Centre or the Shelter.

For more information please call (905) 356-4404

Thank-you!!!
Coyotes in the community

Coyotes in the community

Coyotes, like other wild animals, sometimes come into conflict with humans.

Since migrating to Ontario from the west over 100 years ago, coyotes have adapted well to urban environments and can now be found in both rural and urban settings. Changes in land use, agricultural practices, weather and natural food shortages may contribute to increased coyote sightings in your community.
click here to read more about how to keep safe in an encounter with a coyote

Coyote Sighting? Click Here