Wednesday, October 25

Lucy does not know she is a muted calico cat and should, by definition present an attitude of haughtiness and entitlement, rather, she is so glad to be cuddled by any humane, her purring demeanor wins over absolutely everyone! We know she was abandoned. We know she was desperately trying to survive away from the creature comforts she should never have been separated from.  Lucy is so incredibly affectionate and likes to wrap herself around your shoulders, impersonating a warm, fluffy scarf. Read More

Monday, October 16

Stache gets his name from the dapper mustache that he has. Stache is another resident of our small cat social room, which means he like all the others in  there are nervous of new people. He will do best in a quiet home with other cats for him to socialize with and learn from! He is one of the more outgoing cats in that room and with the right fit in a new home could become a very social butterfly. A busy house with small children and a lot of people in and out would most likely be too overwhelming for Stache.  Read More

Sunday, October 1

Join the NH Humane Society and Subaru of New England in a social media campaign to  make a difference for pets - #SNELovesPets! Simply post pictures of your four-legeed, furry, feathered or fanged friends on social  media throughout October and Subura of New England will donate $5 per pic - up to $60,000 total!! Read More

Tuesday, September 19

Introducing any new member into an existing household requires at least some sort of an adjustment period and adding a new canine into this mixture is certainly no exception. After all, these furry new friends are about to become the newest member of our family and since they’ll be treated as such, we can make the transition better for everyone involved. Decisions, Decisions Read More

Monday, September 18

Big fat cats seem to be the order of the day at New Hampshire Humane Society, we love them, the adopting public is in awe of  their size, our staff veterinarian says “ must lose weight!”  Read More

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Matt Cookson, Cookson Communications
Phone: 603-782-8192