Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Say hello to Cookie! This adorable male Guinea Pig is a little shy, but once held, he relaxes and wants nothing more than to enjoy your company. Cookie was brought to us because his previous owner could no longer care for him. He is now looking to find a furever home where he will get all the attention he deserves. So if you are looking to add a sweet, little piggie to your life, just ask for Cookie!
Meet Garfinkle! This friendly and affectionate 2-year-old was brought to us because his owner's health made caring for him very hard. This sweet boy can be independent but also very playful and he just loves his toys! He also loves being groomed. Garfinkle is looking for a new home where he can enjoy all his favorite things. Can you give him the perfect forever home?
This handsome man is 2-year-old Jack. Jack is very affectionate, loves to explore and is always up for a good conversation, making this talkative cat great company no matter what you are doing. Jack was surrendered to LHS because of his owner's declining health. This well-rounded, friendly cat would make the perfect pet for anyone willing to open their heart and home. Stop in and see if Jack could be your new furry, four-legged companion!
Is this Spanky's dog, or what!? R. B. would fit right in with the Little Rascals. With his friendly, calm, and laid back personality he would make the perfect pet for any family. He is also housebroken and pending a visit, he could be a good fit for a family with other dogs too! R.B. is gentle and loving but can be a bit needy at times. He was brought to the shelter because his previous owner was moving and could not take him along. This wonderful senior deserves another chance to be part of something great - your family! Remember, old men need loving too! Stop in and see R.B.!
Stop In During Our Regular Business Hours:
Monday & Thursday: 12pm-7pm
Tuesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday: 12pm-5pm
Wednesdays and All Major Holidays: CLOSED
Kennel is closed weekdays 3-4pm for Canine Happy Hour
Friday, August 21, 2015
Mutt Strut is tomorrow! Can you believe it?!
We have been counting down the days and today is your last day to take advantage of our Mutt Strut Countdown Adoption Special. Today you can adopt any cat for $1. You heard right! $1 is all you need to take home a new feline friend today. Don't miss it! To view all the cats available for adoption you can visit our website here or you can stop in to the shelter. We are open until 5pm today.
Don't forget to attend Mutt Strut tomorrow at Penitentiary Glen! The event will run from 8:30am to 2:00pm. Oh, and the best part is, it's FREE for all guests and you can bring your dog. I don't think it can get much better than that! There are many fun activities including a 1-mile pledge walk, canine contests, raffles, an auction with lots of wonderful prizes, food for purchase, great music and so much more! We hope to see you there!
For more information click here.
Tuesday, August 11, 2015
Don't forget, the Menchies fundraiser for LHS is today!
Cool off with a tasty treat at the Willoughby Menchie's location today from 3:00-8:00PM. Bring the required flyer along with you and and 20% of your purchase will benefit the homeless pets in our care. We hope you'll participate! Click here to print your flyer.
Thursday, August 6, 2015
It's almost here! Our 21st Annual Mutt Strut is just over two weeks away! We hope to raise $25,000 & we can't do that without you! Can you help the homeless pets of Lake County by raising funds on their behalf? Just ask your friends, family, co-workers and anyone you know to join us on August 22nd for this fun, FREE, dog friendly event! Help save lives right now by creating your online fundraising page here.
If you can't participate, but still want to help, donate in our Cat VS Dog Fundraising Competition! Duke, representing the dogs and Cookie, representing the cats, go head to head as they see who can raise the most money for this year's Mutt Strut! Who do you want to win? Click here for Duke or for Cookie, click here.
Thursday, July 30, 2015
In order to help us continue to defend and protect the pets in need, we need your support. Our Humane Investigations Department is a truly invaluable service that we provide the community and we cannot continue to do so without your support. Lake Humane Society does not receive government, state or county funding for any of the programs or services we provide to the community. We need your continued support in order to remain the voice for these animals in need.
To donate today and help us save lives, please click here!
Lake Humane Society is proud to provide the Lake County community with a Humane Investigations Department. Our Humane Agent is responsible for ensuring that all animals in Lake County receive proper care and kindness. Allegations of abuse and neglect are investigated weekly during her part-time shift. LHS is committed to being a voice and protector of the animals in need.
Lake Humane Society would like to provide our Humane Agent with new equipment and supplies so that she can do her job effectively and safely when animals are frightened and dangerous. This is where you come in.
LHS is a private, non-profit organization that runs solely on donations. We do not receive government or state funding, nor are we funded or operated by any national humane organizations. All of our programs and services, including Humane Investigations, are made possible through your generous donations.
We are raising funds to purchase safety equipment, dangerous animal handling supplies and other equipment needed to care for animals taken in through Investigations for our agent and staff, who deal with frighten, injured and aggressive animals daily. Your donations will help make this possible!
Please donate today and watch your contribution be immediately put to use within our community. We can't do this without you.
Lee Nesler, Executive Director
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Meet Caroline! This gorgeous lady is quiet and a bit shy but her world was turned upside down when her previous owner passed away in April. As you can imagine, it may take her a little time to adjust. This sweet kitty is hoping to find her new furever home where she will get the one-on-one love and attention she truly misses. Caroline would do best in a home with children over the age of 10 as well as with other feline siblings (pending a visit). So if you are that special someone with lots of love and patience, Caroline is looking for someone who can turn her world right-side up again!
This adorable face belongs to 11-year-old Shannon. Shannon is a Yorkshire Terrier mix who was surrendered to us because the health of his owner kept him from giving him all the proper care and attention he needs. This young hearted senior still has lots of energy, love and affection left in him. So stop on by LHS and say hello to Shannon. You just might be the furever retirement home he has been looking for!
We'd like to introduce you all to Skid! Skid was recently surrendered to us. He is now under our care and as much as we have enjoyed his company, we would love for him to find a new home with an experienced pig owner. If you'd like more information, please contact us at (440) 951-6122 or visit us!
This pretty lady is Victoria, an American Pitbull/Lab mix. This energetic girl loves to play and really appreciates the long walks our staff and volunteers take her on. Victoria was brought to us as a stray only a couple weeks ago. She has quickly adjusted and is more than ready to find that perfect furever home where she can continue to grow, play and explore her world. Is she the perfect pet for you? Stop by LHS and pay her a visit!
Curious to see what other pets we have available for adoption?
Well, click here to view more!
Stop in during our regular business hours:
Monday & Thursday: 12-7pm
Tuesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday: 12-5pm
Wednesdays & All Major Holidays: CLOSED
Kennel is CLOSED weekdays from 3-4pm for Canine Happy Hour