Shebah ran the streets last fall scavenging for food, her ribs protruding against her skin. With support from Lawrence Humane Society, she is healthier now and making strides toward a forever family.
Shebah captured advocates’ hearts as she made her way to Lawrence Humane Society, and hopefully, toward a better life.
Lawrence Humane Society’s shelter is full, so it’s offering dog and puppy adoptions at heavily discounted rates during its Cozy Paws Adoption Special.
When the sun goes down Thursday night, the undead will breach downtown Lawrence.
It was another successful Clear the Shelter Day for the Lawrence Humane Society Saturday as 99 cats and 64 dogs went to their new furever homes. And adoption fees will be half off Sunday for the animals who are still there.
All animal adoption fees will be waived Saturday at the Lawrence Humane Society, and staff members are hoping to send at least 75 dogs and 100 cats home with loving furever families.
This past week, people all over town have reached out to the Lawrence Humane Society to help mitigate the animals’ stress from being in such close proximity to last night’s fireworks.
Some local pet lovers are concerned that the city’s upcoming fireworks display will be popping, fizzing and ka-booming too close to the Lawrence Humane Society.
The Lawrence Humane Society urgently needs fosters to take in dozens of kittens, with plenty more on the horizon as kitten season continues. Here’s how to help.
If you’re a cat purrson, we have good news. Brittanie Sinisgalli and Mary Costello have a shared dream that’s coming to fruition — to launch Lawrence’s very first cat cafe.
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