Allow us to introduce you to this week's Pet(s) of the Week from the Vanderburgh Humane Society! See them in action!

More info about them -

 

The 18 from the house are not very well-socialized, have likely never experienced leash-walking, and are not housetrained or spayed/neutered. All of them need full vetting and will probably need extra medical care like dentals, treatment for ear infections, and other issues. They will be an expensive bunch, but underneath their fear, most of them just want to be cuddled!
These dogs are NOT up for adoption yet. We are still processing them and determining ages, sexes, & names. Once they are available, they will appear on our website at www.vhslifesaver.org. No pre-applications are being accepted at this time, so please let us focus on getting them healthy first. There will be much demand for them when the time comes.
These dogs’ expenses will likely be $300-$400+ per dog, not including daily care.
Shout-out to all the other local shelters & rescues who also assisted with this case. Together we nearly emptied EACC of dogs today. (But as always, tomorrow there will be even more cats, dogs, and rabbits who need help.) #TeamworkMakesTheDreamWork!”
The dogs in the video did not have names yet at the time of recording. They’d all had names at Animal Control, but the ones who hadn’t been vaccinated yet didn’t have much paperwork and they all got mixed up in carriers anyway, so those guys will get renamed. (And since the owner passed away, we do not know what their original names were.)

 


 

REMINDER - Pet Pictures with Santa November 1-3 at Washington Square Mall.


 The VHS now has several litters of kittens in foster care and even a few at the shelter ready for adoption, so the “Kitten Season Please Help” plea begins now. Foster homes are needed. For kittens by themselves, and also for moms with kittens. Fostering is 100% free. We provide everything INCLUDING food (not all organizations do.) Fostering is also not indefinite with us. The goal is for you to have the kittens as short a time as possible until they can come back to the shelter for adoption — the littler they are, the more people want them. You will not have the same foster animals for years on end.

All the info on fostering is at www.vhslifesaver.org/foster.


 Wanna watch cats playing LIVE 24/7 (if they’re not sleeping) on their new Petcube Play in the Cageless Cat Lounge. Download the free Petcube app, create an account, and find “VHS Cat Lounge.” The camera runs all the time and if you turn your phone to landscape, you can control the built-in laser pointer and play with the kittens!

Get more info on Iris or other adoptable pets at vhslifesaver.org!