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We triple dog dare you to help us save lives!

Vicki and abbiDear Friends of Animals,

With your help, we’ve been able to make our Humane Society a place that cares for the animals we all love with amazing results.   You help us “fix” them in many ways.  We don’t just neuter or spay them – we fix whatever needs fixing.  That may mean figuring out what’s wrong with several tests or x-rays.  Or we may need to take care of an old injury that didn’t heal properly.  And sometimes, it’s fixing a behavior that would keep them from getting adopted.  We’re extremely grateful to you for giving us the means to fix these wonderful animals.

Right now, our need for your support is greater than ever.

The building where we care for the animals is getting old.  We’re facing major repairs – including a new roof – and we need to raise the funds to do those repairs. The last thing we want is for the building to affect the outstanding care we provide to our furry clients.   I know you don’t want that either.  Together, we have an opportunity to make great things happen for the animals while still keeping the roof from leaking into the kennel rooms.  But we need your help!

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Check Out Our New Kitty Portals!

Cat Portal webIf you visit our cat room you will notice a lot more purring and happier kitties these days, thanks to a grant from the ASPCA which allowed us to purchase 13 cat portals.  These portals combine two cages into one, giving our feline friends twice as much space!  With the help of volunteers who installed them, these portals came at no cost to the Tri-County Humane Society, but their value is immeasurable.  Come and see for yourself! 

Kitty Portal Video

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Barn Cat Placement

George the barn catOn occasion, we receive cats that would not make good indoor pets, either because they strongly prefer to live outdoors or they do not use the litter box.  We have successfully placed these cats with adopters looking for barn cats.

All barn cats are spayed or neutered, still have all of their claws, have been dewormed and have been given a rabies vaccination.

If you or anyone you know is looking for a barn cat, please contact us at (320) 252-0896.  We will gladly add you to our barn cat wish list for when barn cats come along.

*Adoption fees are waived for barn cats, but donations are always welcome!

Walk for a Dog App

wooftraxSupport your local animal organization simply by walking your dog! Use the app each time you grab for the leash. It’s healthy for you, your dog, and your favorite shelter or rescue.www.wooftrax.com