ANGIE ADOPTION SPONSORED Oh Angie is such a silly girl! Who could resist such a unique face? This girl is a whole lotta lovin! She loves to go on adventures through the woods and is not afraid to get wet. Angie is around 5 years old and her adoption fee of $95 has been sponsored so she is free to adopt with an approved application. To adopt one of our animals, please visit our shelter, open Tuesday-Saturday from Noon-5pm.
You may also submit an application online from our website. CASSANOVA Cassanova is a handsome adult male domestic shorthair. He is neutered and up to date on shots. To adopt one of our animals, please visit our shelter, open Tuesday-Saturday from Noon-5pm. You may also submit an application online from our website To adopt one of our animals, please visit our shelter, open Tuesday-Saturday from Noon-5pm.
You may also submit an application online from our website or our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/HelpTheAnimalsInc DEVITO ADOPTION SPONSORED What a face! You gotta love Devito. He is a smushy guy who just loves treats and attention. If you have a cookie in your hand he will sit and then tap dance with his toes excitedly until you give it to him. Devito is around 2 years old and his adoption fee of $95 has been sponsored so he is free to adopt with an approved application.
This includes his neuter, vaccinations, worming and flea treatment. Donate HELP the Animals relies solely on donations, fund-raisers and grants to be able to continue helping lost, neglected, abused and abandoned pets in Wayne County, Indiana and beyond. All funds provided by donations will help keep our doors open and continue providing shelter to our furry residents. We do not receive assistance from any city or county government agencies and rely on your generosity to be able to help animals in need.
Please donate generously and make a difference in the lives of shelter animals. Financial Donations Our Wish List Amazon Wish List Sponsor Your monthly tax-deductable contribution keeps our doors open and able to provide veterinary care, food and shelter to all the animals in our shelter. By sponsoring an animal, kennel or cat cage, we have a more dependable way to gauge our ability to intake all the animals we possibly can.
Animal Sponsor Sponsor a specific animal in need at the shelter. Guardian Angel Sponsor Sponsor a specific kennel or cat cage at the shelter. Corporate Sponsorship Volunteer HELP is a volunteer based organization. We are always appreciative of our volunteers and have many opportunities for direct animal care, animal behavior/training, clerical help, building maintenance, and of course fund-raising.
Animal Behavior & Socialization Are you looking to directly help a dog or cat in need? We need volunteers to help us with our mission and you can become directly involved with animal care, exercising, grooming or socializing the animals. Shelter Administration Don’t want to get your hands dirty? We are always in need of someone to help us with data entry, answering phones and general office help.
Foster Care Open your heart and your home temporarily to the special needs of recovering animals, seniors, puppies and kittens that require extra love and care. Fund-Raising We have many events throughout the year and on-going fund-raising programs and projects that need man/woman power to keep us going. We also welcome the community to create their own fund-raisers that benefit the shelter.See Also: Animal Care Veterinary Clinic
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HELP the Animals, Inc. · 13 hrs · Oscar Bones has left the building!HELP the Animals, Inc. shared an event. · 15 hrs · FEB2Greg Hahn Comedy ShowFri 6:30 PM EST · 4th Floor Blues Club · Richmond, IN53 people interestedHELP the Animals, Inc. · 16 hrs · Sweet little dash was adoptedHELP the Animals, Inc. · 17 hrs · Our dogs would like to say a sincere "THANK YOU" to Ted Black and First Bank Richmond for delivering our new freezer.
Now the kongs are cold and so delicious! Thank you to https://www.facebook.com/FirstBankRichmond/ for caring about our shelter and homeless animals in our community. First Bank will also have Pink Paws at their offices to help homeless animals in our community. Be sure you pick one up. Hint hint...they make perfect valentines.HELP the Animals, Inc. · 18 hrs · This boy was found on Salisbury Rd North by Osborn Inc.
Not Neutered and does not have a microchip. Must show proof of ownership.HELP the Animals, Inc. · January 20 at 2:18pm · Brandy is off to her new home with her new family. Best wishesHELP the Animals, Inc. · January 20 at 1:11pm · Little Zico is gonna be reunited with his brother that was adopted a few weeks ago!HELP the Animals, Inc. · January 20 at 1:07pm · Alvin is off to his new home! Have fun handsome!HELP the Animals, Inc.
added 3 new photos. · January 20 at 10:50am · Dallas, lilbeth and perkins all went home together in there new home today.HELP the Animals, Inc. · January 20 at 10:44am · Thank you to Shawnee Rismiller and Jeffery Billups for donating 500lbs of cat litter to us. The cats love you for it. We appreciate it.HELP the Animals, Inc. · January 20 at 10:43am · Dewey just went to his new home today.HELP the Animals, Inc.
· January 20 at 9:41am · UPDATE - owner found Missing Dog- Cambridge City Female Basset hound/Cocker Spaniel Wearing a pink collar Name is "Hannah"HELP the Animals, Inc. shared their photo. · January 20 at 7:08am · Urbana/Peanut came to us at the end of 2013 from a Cleveland shelter, she was just a pup but already had been through so much. Theresa saved her life by bringing her to HELP the Animals because she knew this dog was worth saving.
Peanut found her forever home and was very loved. She went to the Rainbow Bridge this week. RIP Peanut.HELP the Animals, Inc.October 4, 2014 · Peanut's Bio: https://www.facebook.com/HelpTheAnimalsInc/photos/a.671880106190736.1073742026.123075387737880/671887256190021/?type=3&theaterHELP the Animals, Inc. · January 19 at 11:18am · Huge thank you to whoever sent us 160lbs of scoopable cat litter through chewy.
com! The homeless kitties appreciate so much!HELP the Animals, Inc. · January 19 at 10:36am · Takina and Tundra went home together!