Current News 2021/22

Giving Tuesday

“Maybe Christmas doesn’t come from a store. Maybe Christmas, perhaps, means a little bit more.” Your gift this Giving Tuesday will enable us to continue

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Save the Date!

TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW! Big big news! Our first annual Hep Cats & Atomic Dogs fundraising event is happening March 11, 2023. This is sure to

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Pawtraits 2022 Finished

Winter Photo Event

UPDATE November 20, 2022: Event finished for the year UPDATE 11/18: Just two appointments left! Appointments available now for our Winter Pet Pawtraits photo event!

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Black Kitten Special

Our black kitten adoption special kicks off Wednesday 10/19! Bring home a tiny “house panther” for just $31 — includes spay/neuter, age-appropriate vaccinations, de-worming, microchip,

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Thanks So Much!

We were absolutely bowled over Friday when Murphys residents Kevin and Sue showed up with box after box after box of goodies. Dog food. Cat

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Emergency Intake

It was all hands on deck this week for an emergency kitten intake. A very sick, malnourished litter now has a fighting chance thanks to

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Thanks, Hadessa!

Many thanks to Angels Camp resident and soon-to-be first grader Hadessa for having a lemonade stand to benefit the Calaveras Humane Society! She donated half

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Thank you!

Four paws up and MANY thanks to San Andreas residents Shelley and Bud Steffen for their ongoing generosity! The Steffens pay us a visit almost

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Kitten BOGO Special

The kitten BOGO is on through Saturday 8/6! This might be our last discounted adoption event of the year, so don’t miss out. Adopt one

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Transfers from Tuolumne

For those following the news reports regarding overcrowding at other area shelters: We picked up four dog transfers today from our friends at Tuolumne County

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Electra Fire Pet Evacuations

Electra Fire evacuees from Amador County can bring animals, large and small, to the Amador County Fair and Event Center: 18621 Sherwood St., Plymouth. If the fire encroaches

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