Wednesday, February 13

“I am an animal person.  I like all animals and at the Humane Society, I focus on cats.” How long have you volunteered with the NH Humane Society, and what prompted you to volunteer with the organization? 
I started in November of 2012.  I adopted several cats from a shelter and by doing so I decided to become a volunteer.  Fun fact: When I first started volunteering, I had four cats, and now I have eight!   Read More

Wednesday, February 13

The NH Humane Society offered a different type of shopping experience during the 2018 holiday season by inviting community members to the annual Adopt-A-Thon --- on-site for the first time in 12 years at the Meredith Center Road location.  “Doggone Friday” was held on November 23, and “Caturday” occurred on November 24.  In total, 27 puppies and adult dogs, and 32 kittens and adult cats were adopted through the event and welcomed into new homes. Read More

Wednesday, February 13

The NH Humane Society recently welcomed a new member to its Board of Directors and named a new board president. Tony Matos, CEO and founder of the Altos Agency, has taken on the role of NH Humane Society board president, and Ray Boelig, president of the Lakes Region Home Builders and Remodelers Association, is the newest board member. 
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Monday, November 19

Adopt a dog or puppy on “Doggone Friday” or a cat or kitten on “Caturday” at NH Humane Society’s Laconia shelter Read More

Monday, July 2

Wandering alone in Laconia back in March, when the weather was still cold, there was still snow on the ground and life on the streets would have been fraught with danger of starvation and dehydration.  This stately black cat arrived under Police escort with a rather sweet note that he had ‘tiny ears’.  We’ve christened him Anton.  He is calm and sweet, gentle, laid back, happy to be indoors where food is plentiful and humans are kind. Read More


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