It is a well known fact that bringing a new furry friend into your life, whether it be a dog, cat, or other pet, can be beneficial in many different ways. Are you looking to adopt? Many animal shelters in our area have the pet you are looking for. Today, we’ll look at the Windham County Humane Society in Brattleboro.
It’s a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring the safety and well-being of animals and enhancing the relationship between pets and their owners through adoption, education, advocacy, and compassion for animal welfare.
They help stray, abandoned, neglected, and surrendered pets by giving them a second chance at a healthy, happy life. All their animals receive excellent health care from local staff and veterinarians.Their goal is to reduce the number of unwanted animals in Windham County, so their animals are spayed or neutered prior to adoption and they stay safely at WCHS until the right new home comes along.
Windham County Humane Society relies on the local community for support. Other than grant funding, they receive no funding from national humane organizations or from state or federal sources and deeply appreciate donations from this wonderfully supportive community.
They’re located on Route 30 just 3 miles north of Brattleboro, Vermont and online at WCHS4pets.org.