The KHS Homes for the Holidays kickoff is on Saturday December 5th, with free hot cider and a giving area to receive donations and assist those who want to help local animals in need this Christmas.
“We want everyone to know that the Kingston Humane Society is more than a shelter for animals in need at Christmas time. We have our adoption centre as well as gift suggestions that make giving more meaningful. ” says Connie Ball executive director. “There are Our Best Friends Calendars, T-shirts, sling bags, re-useable cotton tote bags and pet safety lights that can be purchased. A selection of handmade items including knitted hats and scarves, mittens, slippers, cards, baby blankets and more are made by local volunteers who support the Humane Society.”