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

Wednesday, June 13

The Mae West Memorial Pet Run, held on Monday June 11th, was a gratifying success!  Lovely weather, great people, and lots of beautifully maintained motorcycles!  Over 300 riders turned out, including Ralph (our Facilities and Maintenance staffer), his wife Sharon, and a bunch of their friends, pictured above with organizer Charlie St. Clare before the ride. Read More

Monday, May 14

This sweet little black and white domestic shorthaired cat has a slightly startled look, big green eyes widened, ears perked forward in anticipation…of…what exactly? Read More

Friday, May 11

Our Community partners, Alicia and Donna Turner visited today with little Grace in tow, to present a gift of $500 in support of our mission and the animals who call our shelter home.  These two women are part of the family management team, (John Turner could not join the photo op today) who run local local Biker Bar The Broken Spoke in Laconia.  Being strong advocates of our animal shelter, they donated proceeds from a recent event held there.  Read More

Friday, May 11

The Humane Society is holding its Annual Meeting at the Beane Conference Center on May 22nd, from 5:30-7:30pm.  The center is located at 35 Blueberry Lane in Laconia. Join us as we share the successes and stories of 2017, and review our plans for continuing our mission in 2018.  Light refreshments will be served.  Plus, you'll have the opportunity to meet Senator Jeb Bradley, Majority Leader of the New Hampshire state Senate! Read More

Pages