We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting Photos with Santa on Nov 18 at the Revelstoke Curling Club. This event helps fund our low cost spay/neuter program in Revelstoke. The RDHS will also have a bake sale, raffle and concession at the event. Photos are $10 and all family members 2 legged, 4 legged, scaly and furry (did I miss anyone? 🙂 ) are welcome.
Photos are from 10am-4pm (Santa takes a break from 2-2:30pm).
All dogs must be on a leash and all other animals safely contained.
We are so excited to annouce that we are able to offer our increased assistance spay/neuter program again this fall. From Sept 15 to Oct 31 (or while funds last), the Revelstoke Humane Society will cover up to 50% of the cost of spaying or neutering cats and dogs. Applications can be filled out at the Revelstoke Veterinary Clinic. Your pet must be 6 months of age at time of application. Limit 2 animals per household.
Missing since July 2nd – 5 mins South of Big Eddy in Revelstoke
1yr old Male Mixed Breed Polydactyl Cat.
He is greatly missed by his owners.
Dash is a 5 month old kitten who is looking for a palliative care foster home. Dash has been diagnosed with Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP), a fatal disease process that typically affects young cats and kittens who have come from stressful living situations. Cats with FIP typically have only a few months to live. Dash is currently living at the RDHS shelter, but is hoping to find a home where he can be an only cat and enjoy the rest of his time in a stress-free environment. Dash will be on medications periodically through the rest of his life as he sometimes has diarrhea when he isn’t feeling well. Otherwise, Dash is very playful and interactive and extremely loveable!
Please help us make this handsome little kitten’s life the best possible. If you or someone you know are interested fostering Dash, please contact the RDHS.
A RDHS supporter is looking for a foster home for 2 dogs for up to 60 days. Please contact us if you can help.
“Buddy” is a 15 year old Pomeranian x Terrier who is looking for a new home as his elderly owner is unable continue caring for him. If you or someone you know would be able to help “Buddy”, please contact us and we will pass on your information to his owner. (Photo to come soon)