Christmas Trees At The Kingston Humane Society


HO HO HO! Freshly delivered to KHS are beautiful Nova Scotia Balsam Fir Christmas trees!

All trees $40 regardless of size and $10 from each tree sold goes to supporting the homeless animals who temporarily live at the Kingston Humane Society....

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Holiday Hours


Holiday Shelter Hours

CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY, BOXING DAY, & NEW YEAR’S DAY
(December 25th & 25th and January 1st)

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“One Night With Elvis” 2016

On Saturday, October 22nd, 2016, you can support local animals in need by joining the Kingston Humane Society in celebrating three decades of Elvis Presley and all that he contributed to the world of music. Come out for a night of live...

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Big Paws 2016


KHS 18th Annual Big Paws Pledge Walk

– Sunday, September 11th, 2016

Bring your friends and family – canine or human – for an afternoon of fun at Lake Ontario Park with all proceeds going to our animals in need! Registration begins at...

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Shelter Day – Sunday, June 5th 2016

The Kingston Humane Society invites the community to their annual Open House to learn more about their work and support to care for injured, sick, homeless and abused animals. The day includes tours of the shelter, a clinic to microchip pets (by...

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Annual General Meeting 2016

You are invited to join the Kingston Humane Society for a review of the affairs and highlights of 2015 and to participate in the election of directors to the Board. Attend our Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, May 10th, 2016 at 7:00 PM. The...

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From Abandoned to Adored

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...

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Leo goes to Newfoundland

Hello KHS! Just wanted to send an update and pic of Leo (a.k.a. “Hal”) who we adopted Feb. 9th, 2012. We moved from Kingston to Bay Bulls, NL in June. Leo adjusted to the move without a hitch. He seemed to enjoy the 4 day drive down and stopping...

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