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Recently, I was in a thrift store and ran across a very old Companion Walk shirt that looked brand new. As the shirt found its way into my cart, I found myself reminiscing about those early Companion Walk days.
One of the immediate benefits of Tri-County Humane Society’s new shelter is how much more space it has for both people and pets. Although TCHS still does all its intakes by appointments, with more space the shelter is able to help more animals.
Hundreds of bidders helped Tri-County Humane Society’s virtual Wine, Kibbles, & Bids pull in a great haul for the shelter’s animals.
When we moved into our new shelter last fall, we knew many things would change. They would have to, by nature – we’re in a facility with twice the square footage of the building that served us so well for 30-plus years!
Who says you can’t buy love? Not us at Tri-County Humane Society! Forget dating apps or reality TV shows; this outstanding organization has been making love matches for more than four decades. We’re happy to say that 2021 is starting off very strong in adoption numbers, after an already impressive 2020 (more on that later!). There are clearly a lot of people out there with plenty of love to give to a shelter pet, and for that we’re grateful.
Tri-County Humane Society knows you want to treat your pet – but you also may need to go easy on your wallet. It was that thinking that led to our organization opening the TCHS Re-Tail Revisited shop in our Training Center in mid-December.
I’m happy to report to you, that in the 11th month of what can only be one of the most atypical years ever, we’re in our new shelter. In fact, by the time you read this, we’ll have been occupying it for almost two months. This new, greatly expanded building has long been a dream of TCHS supporters, and a professional goal of mine for almost all of my career. Quite honestly, in 1984 I couldn’t have comprehended a shelter like this to even dream of. I considered pinching myself when unpacking my new office, just to make sure I wasn’t dreaming. I caught myself sitting and staring into space more than once.
It seems with every newsletter, I have something exciting to share and celebrate. This one is a major milestone for us. It’s one I’ve been waiting a long time to share: This is the last newsletter that will be published while we’re in our current shelter! We’re set to starting moving into the new building sometime in mid-August, not too long after this hits your mailbox. Finally, right?
Tri-County Humane Society staff are moving into the new animal shelter this month. It’s a moment that has been long awaited by staff, volunteers, TCHS friends, and other community members.
Tri-County Humane Society staff had big plans for the spring. There was a Wine, Kibbles & Bids celebration to plan, and the new TCHS shelter was midway through construction. Also, staff were getting ready for something that comes every year without fail: kitten season. Then COVID-19 hit, and like many businesses in Central Minnesota and beyond, TCHS had to make major changes to how it does just about everything. Click the title to read the rest.
Tri-County Humane Society has been improving the lives of pets and people in Central Minnesota for more than 45 years, two-thirds of them from the current shelter building. Most of you have met at least one four-legged family member within these walls. Happiness Happens Here.
I don’t think most of us had any idea how drastically everyday life would change in response to the COVID-19 crisis. I know I didn’t. Playing the hand we’ve been dealt, Tri-County Humane Society worked creatively to find the right balance of keeping staff and volunteers safe while still being available to take in strays and other animals needing a place to be and then rehome them.
We asked for you help, and dog-gonnit, you responded!
Tri-County Humane Society was lucky to count many successes in 2019, but one of the most significant ones was opening the TCHS Kitty Korner.
The 2019 Annual Report is here and ready for you!
Cities of St. Cloud, Sartell, Sauk Rapids, and Waite Park are celebrating the nonprofit’s efforts with a Mayoral Proclamation by making December 11 Tri-County Humane Society Day.
Tri-County Humane Society opened Kitty Korner as a secondary adoption location for cats and kittens! This site is adoption only, no surrenders or donations of materials, please. Thank you to WJON for the photo and video in this article!
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