Today at the Humane Society of Culpeper
Thank you, everyone for your interest, effort and support for our programs this past year.
We are always evolving to best meet the needs of the community and always welcome your input!
This year will feature a renewed focus on fundraising, outreach and more educational workshops.
We are also looking to potentially reinstate our foster/adoption program. If you or anyone you know is able to help us in this area or would like to set up a meeting to talk more - give us a ring or send us a message!
February's Dinner & Dance
February's Dinner & Dance Fundraiser was a hit and we sincerely thank our guests, volunteers, musicians, venue staff and several others for making the evening so enjoyable.
We appreciate your participation. Let's do it again next year! We also appreciate Ian Chini for the great photos, and I&L's DJing for the stage lighting, the live karaoke band, THE STINK BUGS and their guest keyboardist, Eric Dombrowski. What a great job they did for our guests, And, our fabulous emcee, Karen Henderson.
Luigi of Culpeper and his family and staff of their new venue, Tuscany Hall, were most supportive as well.
Thanks to our event sponsors this year: Remax Crossroads, Blue Ridge Animal Hospital, Dr. Larry Finkel, MD, Holly Brim CMT, LLC.
Thanks to all our Silent Auction donors, volunteers and more! Thank you, everyone! What a big difference these funds made for the beginning of 2013!
Pet Food Pantry
Cher will be accepting pet food donations as well as handling requests for distribution in our Main Street Office.
Pet Food Pantry Office Hours:
Mondays 10AM to 1PM
Wednesdays 10AM to 1PM
Saturdays 10AM to 1PM
If you're interested in participating in one of our local food drives, give us a call at 727-7554 or email us today!
Local churches - we'd love to come and present our program to you and partner to keep this program going strong!!
Be Proactive this Season
April 1, 2010
Be proactive and spay or neuter your dog or cat this season!! Remember that the initial cost of this life-saving surgery is much less than if your cat or dog becomes pregnant.
Veterinary care can be costly to responsibly care for their offspring and many others await the chance of finding homes in our county's Shelter.
Spaying females has been shown to decrease the potential for developing mammary cancers.
Neutering males decreases his urge to roam (contributing to becoming lost or hit by a car) or show certain forms of aggression such as biting.
The surgery is safe, effective and very beneficial to us all.
Know that all of the people and animals that have been helped truly appreciate your support. Together we can certainly make a difference in our community and become closer to the reality of no more suffering - when a helping hand is all that is needed.