Hi! I am one of several bunny siblings and we are looking for our forever homes and are beyond excited about this. We hope our new families will do their homework and learn about everything "bunny". Right now we are eating alfalfa hay for 6 months along with pellets and then it shall be timothy hay, pellets and veggies. Yum O ! Like all baby animals we love to play and are practicing our binkies and "who can bounce up the highest contests". We groom each other, snuggle together and have round the clock companionship. We talked about it and decided it's ok to be separated but we'd love to go home in pairs too. We are learning pick up and hold with our human volunteers so we become accustomed to gentle handling and petting. Want to have a bunny in your life? Come visit us!
Act quickly to adopt Lil Kim. Pets at this Shelter may be held for only a short time.
The Calgary Humane Society is a non-profit organization with a rich history of grass roots work on behalf of animals in our community. Founded in 1922, with just a single inspector, several committed volunteers and without a shelter, we have definitely come a long way. Calgary has one of the lowest euthanasia rates in Canada, a full service veterinary clinic for Shelter animals, cutting edge educational programs, an extensive post-adoption support system, more than 300 dedicated volunteers, a wildlife referral network and many ongoing partnerships with vets, the City of Calgary and other animal welfare organizations.
The Calgary Humane Society is very much cause-based, born from a need for animals to be recognized as significant beings. As the community struggles to right the wrongs towards its human members, the Calgary Humane Society is there to speak on behalf of the animals.
The past and future success of the Calgary Humane Society is the undoubtedly the result of the hard work of many dedicated volunteers and employees and our donors' support - all sharing the vision of realizing a better world for animals in Calgary.
Our Adoption Process...
Cost to Adopt: Cats Adult Cats $145 Cats 7 years and older $105 Kittens under 7 months $185
There's a reduced rate if you adopt two cats.
* First vaccine * first deworming treatment * health exam at the Shelter * complimentary health exam certificate at a participating veterinary clinic * microchip * registration on PetLynx a national pet identification and recovery service * information on how to care for your adopted cat * spay/neuter surgery and tattoo * optional complimentary pet insurance for 6-8weeks after adoption * help with questions on the adopted animal through our behaviour helpline.
Cost to Adopt: Dogs Adult Dogs $195 Dogs 7 years and older $155 Puppies under 7 months $275
There's a reduced rate if you adopt two dogs.
* First vaccine * first deworming treatment * health exam at the Shelter * complimentary health exam certificate at a participating veterinary clinic * microchip * registration on PetLynx a national pet identification and recovery service * information on how to care for your adopted dog * spay/neuter surgery and tattoo * optional complimentary pet insurance for 6-8weeks after adoption * help with questions on the adopted animal through our behaviour helpline * low-cost obedience classes * free six-month dog licence (Calgary area only).
Cost to Adopt: Rabbits $45
* Health exam at Shelter * spay or neuter surgery if necessary * complimentary health exam certificate at a participating veterinary clinic * information on how to care for your adopted rabbit * help with questions about the adopted animal
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