Central Alberta Humane Society

The Central Alberta Humane Society currently has about 130 cats in its care. (Photo contributed)

Equipment needed for cats at Central Alberta Humane Society

Fundraising goal of $6,000 for filtration units

 

People still have time to register for Central Alberta Cupcake Week to raise money for the Central Alberta Humane Society. (File photo by Advocate staff)

Home bakers, start your ovens — it’s almost Central Alberta Cupcake Week

Central Alberta Humane Society fundraising campaign stars Feb. 14

 

Angel, who is partially paralyzed and was found abandoned in Sylvan Lake, has been treated at the Central Alberta Humane Society. (Photo contributed)

Paralyzed dog finds a foster family

Donations to Central Alberta Humane Society to fund treatment

 

Angel is partially paralyzed and was found abandoned in Sylvan Lake. She is now being treated at the Central Alberta Humane Society. (Photo contributed)
Angel is partially paralyzed and was found abandoned in Sylvan Lake. She is now being treated at the Central Alberta Humane Society. (Photo contributed)
(Advocate file photo from flickr.com).

Too many cats, not enough homes is prevailing problem in central Alberta

Fewer options exist for older cats since ARTS Rescue stopped taking more felines

(Advocate file photo from flickr.com).
Animal care manager Shelli Steeves checks on Berlin, who recently had one of his front legs amputated. He was a stray that was transferred to the Central Alberta Humane Society, where it was discovered he needed surgery. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Animal care manager Shelli Steeves checks on Berlin, who recently had one of his front legs amputated. He was a stray that was transferred to the Central Alberta Humane Society, where it was discovered he needed surgery. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Kim Taylor helps pet owners find their lost animals with her tracking dog Brandy. The Sundre-area resident says her case load has increased significantly, pointing to dog fighting rings in the province. (Photo contributed)

New measures to stop dog fighting applauded

Central Alberta animal rescue societies are encouraged that the Senate has passed…

Kim Taylor helps pet owners find their lost animals with her tracking dog Brandy. The Sundre-area resident says her case load has increased significantly, pointing to dog fighting rings in the province. (Photo contributed)
Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff                                Tara Hellewell, executive director of Central Alberta Humane Society, visits with Max, a three-year-old tabby cat, who was declawed by a former owner. He was surrendered to the society and now needs a new home.

Cosmetic surgeries are on the way out for pets in Alberta

Central Alberta Humane Society commend decision

Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff                                Tara Hellewell, executive director of Central Alberta Humane Society, visits with Max, a three-year-old tabby cat, who was declawed by a former owner. He was surrendered to the society and now needs a new home.
Advocate file photo                                There’s a cat crisis as well as funding shortfall at Central Alberta Humane Society.

More cats to feed at Red Deer shelter with less money for pet food

Deadline has been extended for 50-50 fundraising lottery

Advocate file photo                                There’s a cat crisis as well as funding shortfall at Central Alberta Humane Society.
Tara Hellewell, executive director with Central Alberta Humane Society, said the shelter has about 200 animals at the shelter or in foster care waiting for families. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)

Donations are down slightly at Red Deer animal shelter

Central Alberta Humane Society lottery has returned

Tara Hellewell, executive director with Central Alberta Humane Society, said the shelter has about 200 animals at the shelter or in foster care waiting for families. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Bonny Marchment, animal care attendant at Central Alberta Humane Society, visited with kittens in the kitten room. (File photo by Advocate staff)

Red Deer is ready to howl at Raise the Woof

The season of giving for animal shelter

Bonny Marchment, animal care attendant at Central Alberta Humane Society, visited with kittens in the kitten room. (File photo by Advocate staff)
UPDATED: 15 cats abandoned in plastic containers in Central Alberta
UPDATED: 15 cats abandoned in plastic containers in Central Alberta
Lane Campbell, camp counsellor at Central Alberta Humane Society, has some indoor fun with Koya. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)

Smoke and pets do not mix

Take care of your pets during the smoky weather

Lane Campbell, camp counsellor at Central Alberta Humane Society, has some indoor fun with Koya. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
More items were donated to Central Alberta Humane Society’s garage sale this year to help raise more money than last year. (File photo by Advocate staff)

Humane society garage sale raises $80,000

Money going towards veterinary care

More items were donated to Central Alberta Humane Society’s garage sale this year to help raise more money than last year. (File photo by Advocate staff)
Central Alberta Humane Society says the handling of its animals is paramount. (File photo by Advocate staff)

Forgetting animals won’t happen at Central Alberta Humane Society

Edmonton Humane Society puts new procedures in place

Central Alberta Humane Society says the handling of its animals is paramount. (File photo by Advocate staff)
Izzy Robinson, of Red Deer, examines some deals at Central Alberta Humane Society’s annual garage sale on Friday. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Izzy Robinson, of Red Deer, examines some deals at Central Alberta Humane Society’s annual garage sale on Friday. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Kitten found in engine is “so far, so good”

Kitten found in engine is “so far, so good”

It’s kitten season at Central Alberta Humane Society in Red Deer

Kitten found in engine is “so far, so good”
Amber Fraser is looking after a mother and her three kittens as part of Central Alberta Humane Society’s foster program. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Amber Fraser is looking after a mother and her three kittens as part of Central Alberta Humane Society’s foster program. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Gently used and clean donations will be accepted May 10 to 27 at the Pidherney Curling Centre. (Image from Facebook)
Gently used and clean donations will be accepted May 10 to 27 at the Pidherney Curling Centre. (Image from Facebook)
Winning tickets were drawn for Central Alberta Humane Society’s For the Love of Animals Lottery on Monday. (Photo by Susan Zielinski/Advocate staff)

Humane society lottery a hit with Red Deer and area

More than 2,000 tickets sold in Humane Society lottery

Winning tickets were drawn for Central Alberta Humane Society’s For the Love of Animals Lottery on Monday. (Photo by Susan Zielinski/Advocate staff)