Don't Forget the Homeless Animals this Holiday Season

The homeless animals at the Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) would love to be added to your holiday list this year. Each ornament on the holiday tree in the RCHS shelter represents a different item the animals at the shelter need this holiday season. Stop by, pick out an ornament, purchase the item and watch the homeless animals howl and meow with glee. Some of the items on this year's wish list include HE laundry detergent, 13 and 33 gallon trash bags, sturdy 8 foot dog leashes, pig ears, big rawhide bones, brooms and dustpans, gift cards to local pet merchants, paper towels and Q Tips. RCHS is always in need of supplies for the animals and is grateful for your continued support. Please stop by the shelter, pick out an ornament and help the animals in our care. For more information please contact the shelter at 483.6700. Thank you for remembering the homeless animals at the Rutland County Humane Society.


7 year old. Neutered Male. Siberian Husky.

I love to play with my toys and I fetch balls quite nicely. I have polite leash manners and I would be a nice dog for an owner looking for a moderately active dog. I'm a friendly, happy fella who knows how to sit and lie down.


1 year old. Spayed Female. Beagle/Basset Hound mix.

I'm a high energy dog who needs a lot of exercise. I love toys so playing with me and my toys will be a good way for me to get my exercise and have some fun. I need some basic training to better control my actions and to build my confidence.


1 year old. Spayed Female. Domestic Short Hair Black.

My owner surrendered me on August 30 with a litter of kittens. My friends here at the shelter placed us in foster care for a short time until my babies were old enough to be adopted.


2 year old. Spayed Female. Domestic Short Hair Tortoiseshell.

I like to snuggle into tight places to take a nap and dream of finding that special place. A home with a nice cozy bed and a lap to snuggle on when it is time to sleep would be fabulous.

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