ETOBICOKE (March 20, 2012) – The Etobicoke Humane Society (EHS) – now over 25 years old and still an all-volunteer charity – has announced that it will soon be moving to a new location at 67 Six Point Road in Etobicoke. While the exact moving date has not been set, EHS expects the new facility to be operational in May for cats, dogs, small caged […]
Thank you to Nestlé Purina for their recent donation of six pallets of cat food and one pallet of dog food and to Loblaw Companies Limited for their recent donation of 240 cans of cat food. As EHS operates entirely from donations and our own fund-raising efforts, we greatly appreciate the support we receive from our community.
Meg was surrendered to EHS several months ago. At her previous home, she was kept in the basement with no attention for two years. When she came to us, she did not socialize with any of the cats or for the most part – people. Foster mom Emily has taken her in, and as the pictures below show, Meg is looking […]
Matthew Johnson of Waggz and Whiskerz with EHS Shelter Manager Pia on Paws Talk.
FELINE IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS (FIV) Note: The following information has been reviewed and approved by the Cornell Feline Health Centre at the College of Veterinary Medicine. It includes compatible information from the Cornell Feline Health Centre, the University of Guelph Small Animal Hospital and the American Association of Feline Practitioners. The Etobicoke Humane Society (EHS) does not – as an […]
Important Note: The Etobicoke Humane Society does NOT euthanize any animal due to lack of space, taking in only those animals for which we have shelter and/or foster space. In 2008: (Most recent study stats from Cdn. Fed. Of Humane Societies: http://cfhs.ca/athome/shelter_animal_statistics/) 220,000 cats and dogs entered shelters. CATS out-numbered dogs two to one. 80,000 […]
Each year in Canada, approximately 80,000 cats and dogs are euthanized in shelters. That is almost half of all animals admitted to shelters. The number of cats euthanized is almost three times that of dogs. Across North America, almost a half millions cats and dogs are euthanized. Many thousands more die lonely, painful deaths outside. Many are family pets that […]
May 15-21, 2011 is Dog Bite Prevention Week. Young children account for the largest percentage of dog bite victims; however, with a few precautions, bites can be reduced. The Etobicoke Humane Society offers the following bite-prevention tips: DO Ask for permission before petting someone else’s dog. Look at the dog’s paws while you greet him, not directly into their eyes. […]
ANIMAL HOARDING “Loving” Animals to Death On January 21, 2011 Jerry Higgins – a volunteer cruelty agent with the Etobicoke Humane Society – with a warrant and assistance from Toronto Animal Services removed 30 cats – many very ill – from an Etobicoke residence. Two of the animals were so ill a veterinarian recommended euthanasia. Some of the felines […]
LOST: TABBY, MALE, NO IDENTIFICATION TORONTO (May 3, 2011) – Losing your furry friend is not something you want to contemplate, but it happens often enough; the Etobicoke Humane Society (EHS), in support of 2011 The Year of the Cat, is encouraging pet owners to microchip their cats and all their pets. It is the safest bet for ensuring a happy […]