The Lawrence Humane Society wants to wish everyone happy pawlidays. Naturally, that includes your pets.
The Lawrence Humane Society has two specials going on this month to help some local pups find their humans — and one of them “might just be the cutest adoption special we’ve ever had,” according to staff.
The projected forecast for cuteness this weekend is high. Two kitten-centered events are scheduled in partnership with the Lawrence Humane Society.
Lawrence Humane Society staff members were tired Sunday morning after Clear the Shelter Day — sending 159 animals to their furever homes is a lot of work — but the annual event was “absolutely fantastic.”
The Lawrence Humane Society will implement an all-staff approach Saturday as it strives to match at least 200 cats and dogs with loving families.
Lawrence city commissioners on Tuesday gave staff a consensus to use federal COVID-19 relief funds to ensure that the Lawrence Humane Society will receive the same amount of funding in the next city budget as it has for the past few years.
Zoë Leos, who is in her second year working as a camp counselor at Prairie Park Nature Center, got emotional as she asked Lawrence City Commissioners not to take their budget problems out on the kids who come to camp.
Staff members and current dog residents of the Lawrence Humane Society are grateful for the community’s response to their call for help last week.
The Lawrence Humane Society is above capacity and really needs help from community members who can foster and adopt some dogs.
The Lawrence Humane Society has been shifting its focus away from bringing animals in need into the shelter to instead providing support to people struggling to keep their own pets at home.
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