Post Title: Thank You So Much!

We’re just bowled over by the incredible response we got to our latest request for food for our Pet Food Bank. A huge, heartfelt THANK YOU to everyone who supported us so generously with your dog and cat food contributions, whether brought in person, sent via Amazon, or even (this one fellow was clever!) purchased … Continue reading “Thank You So Much!”

Posted On: September 3, 2021

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Thank you for your pet food drive donations

Post Title: Temporary Closed For Adoptions

Our Angels Camp adoption center is temporarily closed for adoptions. 😕 We transferred in animals that unfortunately had ringworm, and we are now dealing with an outbreak among our cats and kittens. We don’t want to inadvertently send home any kitties that may be affected. We are taking ALL steps to treat the infected animals … Continue reading “Temporary Closed For Adoptions”

Posted On: August 18, 2021

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Temporary closed for adoptions

Post Title: Tween Kitty Blowout!

We are up to our ears in kittens, y’all, and we’re having our first-ever TWEEN KITTEN BLOWOUT: Half off our already-low adoption fees for kittens 11 weeks or older! Yes, you read that correctly. Just $37.50 to adopt! This unprecedented discount includes everything you’d normally receive: Spay/neuter surgery, age-appropriate vaccines, microchip, de-worming, flea control, free … Continue reading “Tween Kitty Blowout!”

Posted On: August 8, 2021

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Tween Kitty Blowout - adoption sale

Post Title: In Need Of More Foster Homes

We continually have both types in need of foster care. The spicy variety are typically the orphaned offspring of a feral mama cat, and need to be almost literally smothered with affection till they become purring, attention-seeking love nuggets. Whether you like ’em spicy or sweet, we’re always grateful for new foster volunteers. This kitten … Continue reading “In Need Of More Foster Homes”

Posted On: July 30, 2021

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Spicy and mild purritos in need of foster homes

Post Title: Donate At Local Stores

The CHS donation banks found in local businesses throughout the county are an important fundraising tool for us. Every handful of coins or dollar bill goes directly to help the animals in our care, and we thank you for sending those funds our way. We appreciate all the merchants who generously feature our donation banks … Continue reading “Donate At Local Stores”

Posted On: July 27, 2021

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Gypsy BBQ in Murphys CA

Post Title: Secure Your Trash!

When wild animals become habituated to eating human garbage, it can have deadly results. In addition to being incredibly unhealthy for them, trash-eating critters can be deemed “nuisances” and put to death. Make sure your garbage is secured in such a way that wildlife cannot access it. Based on where you live, this might be … Continue reading “Secure Your Trash!”

Posted On: July 21, 2021

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Secure your trash and save a life!

Post Title: Volunteer Transport Needed

Our Feral Feline Program is working on doing TNR (trap-neuter-return) for a colony of 15-20 cats in San Andreas, and we’re seeking volunteer drivers to transport cats and kittens from San Andreas to their spay/neuter surgeries in Jackson beginning in early August. The cats will be going two at a time in the morning, then … Continue reading “Volunteer Transport Needed”

Posted On: July 17, 2021

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Volunteer Transport Needed

Post Title: Find Out About Senior Veterinary Assistance

At the Calaveras Humane Society, one of our goals is to keep pets that are a beloved part of the family right in their homes where they belong. One of our programs that helps with this is our Senior Veterinary Assistance, made possible by a grant from the Calaveras Community Foundation. Calaveras residents aged 65+ … Continue reading “Find Out About Senior Veterinary Assistance”

Posted On: July 12, 2021

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Senior citizen with his pet dog