There are numerous pets that come into the Kingston Humane Society as lost or stray animals. Help make sure your pet finds its way home by getting it micro-chipped. A microchip provides an easy way for your pet to be returned to you should it become lost or injured. When an animal arrives at the Kingston Humane Society it is scanned by an electronic scanner that can read microchips and thereby determine who the owner is.
It’s always sad when an animal’s owner passes away and the animal is left on its own. That’s what happened to Ruckus. This sweet senior dog came to us in May as a stray, but we later found out that his owner had died, leaving Ruckus by himself. Ruckus was a gentle soul who loved attention. He quickly became the front office mascot and liked to greet people when they came into the shelter. Although about 10 years old, his gray muzzle was the only thing that gave a hint of his age. He loved to play and cuddle. Sadly, though, his age worked against him, as many people are not looking to adopt an older animal.
A FUNDRAISER WITH ONE OF THE TOP 15 ELVIS TRIBUTE ARTISTS IN THE WORLD
On October 3, 2015, at 7:00 PM, “One Night With Elvis featuring MATT CAGE” will take place at The Grand Theatre. This is a brand new show featuring Matt Cage who has performed to a sell-out crowd in “The Three Decades of Elvis” show at the Grand Theatre for the past two years. This new show offers fans a chance to experience the music of Elvis in all three areas of his career. In this quick fire, rapid changing show, you will see the iconic gold jacket, jailhouse rock suit, GI uniform, movie wear, leather, and of course, the jumpsuit as Matt sings songs from the Sun Studio Years to the 1977 tour.
The 2016 Best Pet Friends Calendar is currently in the works!
Do you have a great photo of your best friend?
We are looking for submissions to the Kingston Humane Society’s Best Friends Calendar. We are accepting pictures of your best pet buddy(s) to include in the calendar. A $40 submission fee includes one calendar and guarantees your pet a small spot in the 2016 calendar.
On March 3rd, 2015, our OSPCA agent seized a cat who had been left without food or water in an apartment building. She was immediately assessed by our veterinary care staff. Her skin was scaly, her fur was coarse, her nose was swollen, and it was observed that her right eye was injured. Now affectionately known as Kate, this sweet girl seemed to have a number of medical conditions. After consultation with several veterinarians, it was determined that her eye injury was a result of some sort of trauma. We don’t know Kate’s story, but it was clear that she needed a new home and a second chance in life.
Give your pet the gift of permanent identification by registering for the Microchip clinic on Sunday, June 14, 2015 11:00am to 1:00pm.There are numerous pets that come into the Kingston Humane Society as lost or stray animals. Help make sure your pet finds its way home by getting it micro-chipped. A microchip provides an easy way for your pet to be returned to you should it become lost or injured. When an animal arrives at the Kingston Humane Society it is scanned by an electronic scanner that can read microchips and thereby determine who the owner is.
Voting for Board of Directors by proxy Members of the KHS who are entitled to vote at the AGM may appoint, by written proxy, another person (not a minor), who does not need to be a member, to attend the AGM and to vote on behalf of the member. The written proxy must be dated and must contain the signature, the printed name and the mailing address of both the member and the appointed person. The appointed person must produce the signed proxy form and show photo identification at the AGM.
Download the proxy form here.