The Prince George Humane Society has opened it’s doors and is already helping animals in need. It will serve as a safe place for abused, neglected and abandoned animals in northern, B.C.
The society has been around for the last year, but until now did not have a place to call home. The new facility features cat adoption rooms, a 24/7 “Kitty Cam”, dog kennels, and an education room.
The society’s Angela Lotze says the non-profit is run entirely by volunteers and donations from the community. It hopes to serve as as a place for people to learn about proper treatment of animals.
“Our hope for the organization is to make it easier for people to come and adopt. But also to give the opportunity for people who want to get involved with the organization to actually come and do a lot of sheltering work with us. Cleaning kennels, working with the animals, doing obedience, and taking them on walks. So our hope is that people will use the facility, be able to volunteer, but the real focus of the facility is on humane education.”
To learn more about the PG Humane Society or become involved, click here.