Minnesota winters can be tough on animals
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'Forever home' is a common term shelters use to describe an animal’s adoption. Yet many dogs, cats, and critters will be loved by more than one family, under more than one roof. Learn more about this term, and why AHS avoids using it in an effort to change the stigma around animal surrender.
Think a career as a veterinarian may be in your child's future? AHS's Virtual Shelter Vet Camp is a great way to introduce them to veterinary medicine and explore their interests — all from the comfort of home. Register your animal-loving child today.
From all the homeless animals who were adopted, from all the families who were made whole, from all the people who received support to keep their beloved pets, from all the children who found their new best friend, and from all of us at Animal Humane Society…
We’d like to extend our deepest gratitude for your support this past year. Thanks to you, thousands of animals know there's no place like home this holiday season.
Caring, compassionate advice and resources to address all your animal concerns.