Did you lose your pet? Did

Can't find your pet? Did you find a pet that's not yours? Make sure you contact the Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) and let them know. In many cases, stray animals are brought to RCHS. Additionally, citizens who find stray animals will contact RCHS with the hopes of reuniting them with their owners. RCHS also puts pictures of the stray animals they're caring for on their website (www.rchsvt.org) so if you've lost your pet please check the website to see if it's at the shelter. If you want to report a lost or found animal, please call the shelter at 483.6700.


1 year old. Neutered Male. Domestic Medium Hair Gray and White.

Looking for a Love Bug? I am the one for you. I have a very sweet personality and I love to play and greet you at the door when you visit. I came from a home with children, dogs and cats so I will fit in nicely with any family.


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

I think you will agree that I am a handsome guy. I was abandoned by my last family and brought to the shelter to find a new home. I am declawed in the front so I will need to be an indoor only kitty. I am a love bug looking for a big comfy lap to curl up in and take a nap.


5 year old. Neutered Male. Chihuahua mix.

Underneath my tough guy exterior, I am a sweet little dog looking for love. I enjoy affection and cuddling as long as I have time to warm up to you and I don't get startled. No doubt about it-I am a big package in small body.


3 year old. Spayed Female. Hound mix.

I am a sensitive, submissive dog who only shows a wild side on leash-I'm not used to it. I am friendly and enjoy human contact although I am timid upon meeting strangers...a bit of a wallflower.

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