This last year, you made happy endings (four-legged happy endings, as we sometimes call them) possible for thousands of local animals. Willamette Humane Society is dedicated to establishing, maintaining, and enhancing the bond between companion animals and people of Marion and Polk counties. Together, we … Continue reading
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Planning a trip to Willamette Humane Society soon? The pets would love to meet you! The shelter will be closed to the public on Monday, January 15 for a staff-wide training day. We will reopen on Thursday, January 18 at noon. If you have any … Continue reading →
A loving home could be the best gift you give this holiday season. Be sure to stop by the shelter on Friday, November 24 for our “Black Furday” adoption special from 12-7 p.m. Adoption fees will be reduced up to 50% for cats and dogs … Continue reading →
Willamette Humane Society to Host First No-Fee Adoption Weekend The event aims to promote adoption awareness and connect rescue pets with loving homes SALEM, Ore. ─ Feb. 7, 2017 ─ Willamette Humane Society will host its Full Hearts, Empty Kennels no-fee adoption event on February … Continue reading →
Thank you for your patience! We are working hard to return all phone calls and inquiries. It’s a busy day here at the shelter and we want to make the weekend as pleasant as possible for pets and people. Do you have a Valentine yet? … Continue reading →
Good news! Starting Tuesday, January 10, Willamette Humane Society is upgrading the shelter’s current phone system. Office dog Girlie, along with the entire WHS team, is working hard ensure a quick install! During the transition this week, we do anticipate some interruptions to our current … Continue reading →
Adoptions and Sheltering Every pet deserves a happy ending. This Fiscal Year a combined 4,512 animals came through the doors of Willamette Humane Society. This includes 3,184 cats and 1,317 dogs that were found stray, surrendered by their owners, and transferred from other rescue organizations. … Continue reading →