It’s a little late in the year to be
asking, but…we have an identified need right now…feline foster homes! The benefits and rewards far outweigh the challenges. If you are the kind of person that can offer the time and a safe, nourishing environment that will allow orphaned or motherless kittens to flourish, or indeed a homeless mother cat with babies a place to settle and wean her babies, then we want to hear from you.
How to Apply:
Call 524-3252 ext.312 or email our shelter manager, Lauren Richard
Complete the foster application
Lauren will arrange a home check to be sure living arrangements are appropriate and answer any further questions.
We have training for our foster homes and a safety net if you run into any issues.
Please help us if you can.
Kittens cannot be adopted younger than 8 weeks, so length of time in your home varies depending upon their needs.
Full veterinarian follow up is provided for animals in foster care.
We look forward to hearing from you.
So far we can report that two of our elderly gentlemen have been placed in forever homes and a third is enjoying a “getting to know you” phase on home trial.
That leaves Leigh, who is the sweetest creature happy to go on gentle walks with a squeaky
toy in his mouth, Bear, who is making wonderful progress with his medical plan, and Cody, although hard of hearing, still has much love to give… come and see these wonderful dogs if you can give a retirement home to one of these deserving creatures. We are even open on Sundays!
New Hampshire Humane Society is a resource for the community;
sometimes the community requires more from us than at other times.
Right now we find our shelter looks a little like a retirement home for elderly dogs. These loving canines shouldn’t have to reside in their twilight years at the shelter.
Some have been left with us, abandoned with a note, others brought to the shelter after their owners passed away, and one or two have been rescued so they may have a second chance.
, and Leigh
– a special group of canines who simply need a soft placed to rest a weary head. These older dogs still have hearts full of love. Special adoption fees apply.
"Old soldiers never die, they just fade away"
- General Douglas McArthur
Can you help us find our forever homes?