Honoring a Loved One

Throughout our lives, people and animals often become important to us and make a great impact. There are many ways to remember or honor these special individuals. One way is to make a donation in their name to Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS).

For animal lovers, a terrific holiday or birthday gift might be a donation to RCHS. A donation is a great way to remember a favorite pet or family member who meant a lot to you. Joyous occasions, such as birthdays and weddings, are other reasons to donate.

When someone asks you what you want as a gift, suggest a donation to RCHS. So next time you're thinking about the "purrfect" gift for a loved one, please remember the homeless animals at RCHS. Your donation can really make a difference. If you have any questions about donating to RCHS please call us at 483-9171 or visit our website at www.rchsvt.org.


1 year old. Neutered Male. St. Bernard mix.

I am a loveable lug. I enjoy affection and I am happy to meet new people. All in all, if you are looking for a happy-go-lucky dog to be an enthusiastic companion in your adventures, please visit me. P. S. I know "sit", "shake", and "down" already.


9 month old. Spayed Female. Rottweiler mix.

I am a sweet and affectionate puppy who is ready for a loving family ready to make a lifetime commitment. I should fit well into most households-I will be on the big side when all is said and done. I know sit and shake.


1.5 year old. Neutered Male. Domestic Short Hair Black and White.

I'm a loving, affectionate and all around good kitty. When you come to visit I will be the first to say hi when you enter my room. I like to play all the silly games that cats do and I absolutely love cat nip.


3 year old. Neutered Male. Domestic Long Hair Orange and White.

I was abandoned at the shelter on November 26, yes that's right, Thanksgiving Day. My friends here at shelter say I am sweet guy. I am very playful and affectionate and I need a nice warm lap where I can take a nap.

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